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On the Gambler both my halogen headlights broke off from the rattling. I also realized I need more storage space. So, I converted to LEDs and built a roof basket.













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Are those "suspension seats" I see mostly in the off-road scene? How are they? Would you use them is the '68?
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Are those "suspension seats" I see mostly in the off-road scene? How are they? Would you use them is the '68?
Yes they are. I can't say enough good things about them, very comfortable on and off road. I've been thinking of getting a pair for my DD, but now that you mention it they could work well in the 68 too.
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Looks like a blast!

Coyote build in 65 GT Fastback in body work https://forums.vintage-mustang.com/b...e-powered.html and on Facebook @65gtmustang
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