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post #61 of 64 (permalink) Old 05-09-2017, 08:30 AM Thread Starter
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Then I took a break to build my 1937.. Then I got back on the Mustang and started on the engine bay









I also enlarged the radiator opening, and put in a bigger radiator. Probably not needed, but can't hurt.

Stock size in enlarged hole.



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Then I got to start putting on a lot of new parts !

Got the ride height squared away I think..









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Then I took a little break to work on my 69 C10.. (too many projects)

Now I am back on track.. Ordered a lot of parts for the Mustang (and a few for the truck) this past week. This weekend I did a test fit of the new power brake booster, and adapter bracket. Going to work out great! Also got a GPS speedometer installed in the stock bezel.
It's going to take a bit to get all the new stuff on, but it is slowly getting there..
Off the road since 1993.. This may be the year.. lol



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Now, If I can keep on track, I hope to be driving it this year.
Maybe I should just wait for 2018, so that it will have been off the road for a full 25 years
Have I mentioned that this car should have been scrapped?!?!
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