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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 03-22-2007, 12:42 PM Thread Starter
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I'm ready I'm ready (too much Sponge Bob...)

I finally got the Rally pac sorted out, changed the driven gear on the speedo, and just about have the overflow tank done on SWMBO's vert.
Bring on the rain to clear the roads up. I'm ready to cruise

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I have a little more work to do before I'm cruising anywhere, but I am ready to get out into the garage and finish getting the 5.0 together. Which reminds me its time to pm some people and see if they are looking to lend a hand. :thumbup: I'm loving the warm weather!

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I'm ready to cruise, too bad my fastback is all cut up. I guess I can cruise around in my GT/CS if I have to... :p

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post #4 of 20 (permalink) Old 03-23-2007, 04:40 PM
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Although it's been another winter with nothing accomplished on the Mustang (I have at least $12K in power R&P, transmission and engine parts spread across the basement), it really doesn't matter too much because the car is in driveable condition. I was thinking that if the sun breaks out tomorrow (3/24), I may get it out on the road.

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I am ready to go. As soon as the snow melts and the mud dries up I can go out back to the garage and see if there is a car thats ready. I sure hope there is no "sitting all winter bugs" to work out.

I had projects for the winter but my stupidity and a rotator cuff put an end to them.

Hope for nice weather, keep the cars running good, and maybe Ill see you passing by.

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I'm most definitley ready!

Get my cars out of storage on Saturday and the weather looks decent so far ... finally!!

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Hi,

If the weather holds, I'll be driving this weekend.

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post #8 of 20 (permalink) Old 03-30-2007, 08:58 AM
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well fortunetely I used my gt in late november so i do nt forsee any issues to deal with, so i am ready to go, i just wish more was accomplished on my 68 project. I am still waiting on decent 1/4's

I get a little tired of having to say" do you come here often"
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No that was LAST week

The vert comes out tomorrow!!

The Fox has just been a BLAST after the AOD->T5 swap
The Bassani pipe is a bit loud though... :p

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Hi,

90 miles Sunday, driver's window down the whole time. Good to be out.

Snow, Thursday
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Need to put in the new passenger's floor pan and seat riser, finish welding in the new front rail extensions, drop the motor back then hand off to its new owner. Hopefully should be done and gone by the end of June - after almost 19 years of ownership. After that, I can go shopping for something much newer without a roof, maybe even something foreign :blush: :thumbup:
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