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1971 Grandé Concourse Restoration
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(04-12-2019, 08:51 AM)bkdunha Wrote: Great work Pegleg!  You are putting alot of time, effort, and money into this.  Sorry I had to add the money part, but it is a reality.  If you would like to see what a single exhaust looks like here is my car as an example.  Also, I noted you had the center section in black on the rear axle.  For concourse that should be red oxide.  Not sure if you have revised your plans from concourse over time.  It happens, just wanted to help id still going down that path.

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Thank You for your feedback. The other thing i noticed on your car is the spring perches are grey or silver and not black. I am trying to stay true to original but as you know origial parts/NOS are expensive. Where i can restore i am. Where there is repop that looks same i will use. The judging here in UK is nowhere near the standard you guys have to come up to. I will make changes based on your pictures now i have a true reference to work with thumb   How did you get the right shade for those painted stripes yellow, green, pink, red?

Steve
1971 Grandé
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Yes, the spring perches are "natural" steel. Basically from the factory they were bare steel. Mustang Club of America rules allow for a painted finish to duplicate the factory finishes. The painted finish is to allow you to fend off the rust and corrosion a bare steel part would experience. I am fortunate that I located my build sheet 30+ years ago when I was a teenager and this being my first car. I saved that and it has the codes for the paint colors on the driveshaft. If you are careful cleaning your drive shaft with mineral spirits you may be able to locate the color stripes on yours. If you car is a 351 V 2V (H Code) with an automatic (FMX) and a 9" rear you will probably have the same paint codes. I will help out any way I can to help you reach your goal. If you have not already printed the rules out from the attached post in the Concourse category you may want to. It will help you towards your concourse goal.

https://www.7173mustangs.com/thread-71-7...ging-rules

BKDunha
72 Mach 1 H-Code (Concourse driven restoration)
67 S-Code Factory GT with 4-Spd

68 Mercury Cyclone (Pro-Street project)
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