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1971 Coupe resto-mod
#81
Hi ups sorry for the wrong CountryShootselfHuh Hobe it's okay... But yes i am glad to own my original Mach 1.... Which i am renoveting slowly Because i am ild. But it help Mee to have the Mustang... But wee in Denmark Must only do one thing whit Oure Car's... Because of regulation on Classik Car's... But as I did on My car is My engien which i did stroked whit all the best part's. From 351"-408" so it Now has all the power as it was a bigblock!!! That is so awesome engien whistlingCool But i Love your Work on yours!! Regards Lars

So I'm a proud owner of one Mach 1 73! Regards Lars DK73whistling
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#82
Haha! No problem Lars, most cars here are in the US but great to see lots of people from around the world with 71-73 Mustangs!

A few more photos from yesterday.

   
   
   
   
   



DK73;246830 Wrote:Hi ups sorry for the wrong CountryShootselfHuh Hobe it's okay... But yes i am glad to own my original Mach 1.... Which i am renoveting slowly Because i am ild. But it help Mee to have the Mustang... But wee in Denmark Must only do one thing whit Oure Car's... Because of regulation on Classik Car's... But as I did on My car is My engien which i did stroked whit all the best part's. From 351"-408" so it Now has all the power as it was a bigblock!!! That is so awesome engien whistlingCool But i Love your Work on yours!! Regards Lars
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#83
Wow that is getting closer to you can startup the engine! That's so cool build your doing Regards Lars


Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Regards DK73

So I'm a proud owner of one Mach 1 73! Regards Lars DK73whistling
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#84
Yes getting closer and more trial fitting of everything back in place now it is a rolling shell.

Most of the Jag bits fit but a few modifications required where the Jag inner wings/fenders meet the original Mustang panels. A few more photos...

   
   
   
   
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#85
Wow, after looking at some of the build threads like this on this forum mine looks pretty lame. I'm basically just building mine back to the way it was, not much fabricating. I'm really impressed with your skills and courage for taking on a project like this. Your really thinking outside of the box with the Jag swap. Keep up the good work. Ryan.

1973 Mach 1, Porsche Guards Red, 429/C6
1972 Mach 1, Grabber Blue, 302/C4, currently under construction
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#86
Thanks. Great to see all styles and interpretations, some by choice and most of mine due to being in the UK the Jag parts are easier to source and the straight six is different. Need to load some more pics, more good progress this week and coming together.
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#87
More pics before being stripped back down to turn over and finish the welding underneath. Propshaft (driveshaft in the US I think?) has been sent away for shortening.

Modified inner wing to accept Jag aribox

   
   

Interior and dash fitment

   
   
   
   
   
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#88
You are really moving on it. Wow! Those seats look like they're made for the mustang. Fit perfectly. Dash looks great too. Are those back seats heated? Noticed a lot of wires underneath. Left you a lengthy email. We will catch up at your convenience Stuart.
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#89
Wow that is so awesome stuff 😎

So I'm a proud owner of one Mach 1 73! Regards Lars DK73 😎

So I'm a proud owner of one Mach 1 73! Regards Lars DK73whistling
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#90
Thanks Angelo, really pleased with the look of the interior and the fit is excellent!! Scott had some trimming here and there to get the dash to fit but means it will have a fully working and modern (ish) dash. Most of the wiring is just the way Jaguar wired everything up! Although not heated there is provision for it in the loom but will not be adding heated rears. The fronts are heated and with memory function.

All things going well it will have most of the Jag comforts. Great progress recently.


Wide-body71;248451 Wrote:You are really moving on it. Wow! Those seats look like they're made for the mustang. Fit perfectly. Dash looks great too. Are those back seats heated? Noticed a lot of wires underneath. Left you a lengthy email. We will catch up at your convenience Stuart.
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