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Old 05-27-2019, 06:11 PM
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Well, its not mustang monthly, but still starts at 21 second mark...middle son riding shotgun!!
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Old 05-27-2019, 06:31 PM
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Well, its not mustang monthly, but still!
Dig the 15" Cragar 500's in chrome! (I have two sets, 4 black centers and 4 polished I haven't used yet.) VMFer Dan Babb has them in 17" with gray centers.
It's sad Cragar discontinued that entire line.
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I know right? If I hit a curb that will be a pisser....I wanted them vs the real shelby cragers which were 4 times as much with caps and lugs...Went with the bling of full chrome, but like them either way...lots of positive comments so not sure why crager would discontinue them so quickly...maybe some legal bs....I still want Ansen slots with Goodyear polyglass though!
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Cruising with the stangs
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Where and when was this? Is this a regular thing? I'd love to know when this group gets together in case I'm in Cali!!

BTW... Installed the new injectors in my car this weekend for an awesome Memorial day drive today


It's just a little rust...

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1969 Mach 1: 1000 miles (almost) to get it....in progress(slow)
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I participated in a local car show on Sunday, and won my first ever trophy for my Mustang. Got 2d place for 60's modified. Not bad for a nearly daily driver. My wife was very excited over this one.
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Not my cars . 47,000 mile Boss 351 and an original GT350.
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Where and when was this? Is this a regular thing? I'd love to know when this group gets together in case I'm in Cali!!

BTW... Installed the new injectors in my car this weekend for an awesome Memorial day drive today
That's from a BBQ and cruise I host at my house once a year. I think we had 12 cars shoehorned around the house. We'll get you in next time we do it!

Besides that, our group tries to set up smaller cruises and meets all the time around here.

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Not my cars . 47,000 mile Boss 351 and an original GT350.
Original except for the repaint years ago---Look between the letters on the side stripe.

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How many cars do you have stuffed in there ?

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How many cars do you have stuffed in there ?


Lol!! 3 here, 5 at the shop, 3 in storage.


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I went for a drive to celebrate the freedom I have because of those who gave their lives, and to make a loop around the city in honor of Auburn Police Officer William "Beek" Buechner, killed in the line of duty May 12 in senseless act that also physically injured two other officers, and cut this community, all its law enforcement and first responders to the bone. It will leave a void in our lives, a scar on our hearts, but it will never stop us from serving.

Champ wanted to go, too.

Here's to you, Will.
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I went for a drive to celebrate the freedom I have because of those who gave their lives, and to make a loop around the city in honor of Auburn Police Officer William "Beek" Buechner, killed in the line of duty May 12 in senseless act that also physically injured two other officers, and cut this community, all its law enforcement and first responders to the bone. It will leave a void in our lives, a scar on our hearts, but it will never stop us from serving.

Champ wanted to go, too.

Here's to you, Will.
I've followed this story - totally senseless

Be safe out there

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That's from a BBQ and cruise I host at my house once a year. I think we had 12 cars shoehorned around the house. We'll get you in next time we do it!

Besides that, our group tries to set up smaller cruises and meets all the time around here.

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I'm overwhelmed. I'll PM when I'm headed to Rocklin!


It's just a little rust...

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5.0 SEFI complete from 1988 Mustang GT, world class T-5, 9 inch with 3.50 Trac Lok and Shelby style traction bars. Old Air A/C system.
Build thread:https://forums.vintage-mustang.com/b...5-0-resto.html

1969 Mach 1: 1000 miles (almost) to get it....in progress(slow)
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That's from a BBQ and cruise I host at my house once a year. I think we had 12 cars shoehorned around the house. We'll get you in next time we do it!

Besides that, our group tries to set up smaller cruises and meets all the time around here.

IMG_0194.JPG


I'm overwhelmed I'll PM when I'm headed to Rocklin! (Probably in a rental though...)
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It's just a little rust...

1966 secretary special originally 6cyl 3 spd coupe.(Goes to work twice a week)
5.0 SEFI complete from 1988 Mustang GT, world class T-5, 9 inch with 3.50 Trac Lok and Shelby style traction bars. Old Air A/C system.
Build thread:https://forums.vintage-mustang.com/b...5-0-resto.html

1969 Mach 1: 1000 miles (almost) to get it....in progress(slow)
https://forums.vintage-mustang.com/b...long-term.html
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