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Another Cowl repair thread
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    Another Cowl repair thread

    this repair was done 3 years ago by our member here 'Twinturbomach1'

    It was part of a more extensive repair involving my engine bay and frame rails.

    the cowl was sectioned without removing the front windshield, and the interior fully installed, and the heater box left in place for mock up.

    I did not have any indication of a cowl leak problems were discovered later as metal work continued.

    This is a 72 Mach1 A/C car:

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    more work was done by me later on to complete the engine bay.
    Offline 12-30-2010 09:21 PM
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      RE: Another Cowl repair thread

      Great write up! The first pic is the piece I am looking for...now I know what we are going to be getting into! LOL
      Offline 12-31-2010 08:43 AM
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        RE: Another Cowl repair thread

        Nice work.
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          RE: Another Cowl repair thread

          Nice work
          It gives me some idea of what i will be doing in February
          Offline 12-24-2011 11:50 AM
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            RE: Another Cowl repair thread

            Very well done and great documentation.
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              RE: Another Cowl repair thread

              Nice work!
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                RE: Another Cowl repair thread

                Let me guess, ya gotta make the patch panels.
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                  RE: Another Cowl repair thread

                  Back then 6-8 years ago yes,, today no,, contact don at Ohiomustang.com
                  He makes reproduction cowl sheet metal now


                  (10-28-2013 07:34 PM)captthundarr Wrote:  Let me guess, ya gotta make the patch panels.
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                    RE: Another Cowl repair thread

                    (10-28-2013 08:54 PM)72HCODE Wrote:  Back then 6-8 years ago yes,, today no,, contact don at Ohiomustang.com
                    He makes reproduction cowl sheet metal now


                    (10-28-2013 07:34 PM)captthundarr Wrote:  Let me guess, ya gotta make the patch panels.

                    Woo hoo, Don's gonna be my buddy. I have that same repair on the drivers side.
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