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71 Mach 1 Restomod
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Hello fellow mustangers. Just wanted to introduce myself as the new 71-73 mustang guy, to the forum. I've been building a 71 mach 1 restomod for the past 2 years now. I'm doing 100% of the car myself from top to bottom. If you get bored and wanna check out the pics of the progress my webpage is below. I have tried many other parts and kits from other mustangs to see what fits or could work on the 71-73's. If you have a question, just ask because I've probaly already tried it. Just a few details....
4.6 2v Mod motor w/overdrive tranny (with stock shocktowers still in)
custom aluminum driveshaft
Dutchman street rod rear axle with traction lock
front 13" cobra brakes and cobra disc on back
TCP front airbag suspension
70 mustang Airride Airbar modified to fit 71-73's
RRS Power rack and pinion
stainless steel exhaust,spintech mufflers with side exit
20" bonspeed wheels/rear, 18"/front
Massive amounts of bodymodifications....
On top of being completely rebuilt with all new metal, driveshaft tunnel was raised, subframe connectors and custom rear crossmember added, firewall completely reworked to fit modern mustang heater box, I've lowered the rear quarter panels 2.5 inches, custom made roll pan that covers gas tank,custom rear bumper flush fit to car, flush mount gas cap, rear spoiler lowered and moved back,trunk lock gone,door locks gone,rockers lowered,exhaust cut outs added, drip rails gone,roof and post completely reworked, fenders lowered to meet rockers, front valance lowered 1", all side marker lights shaved, front, custom brackets and bezels to house new driving lights, front bumper flush fit to car, custom billet hood pins, headlights and taillights will be custom made aswell.
The biggest hold up on this project has been the money and I was hoping to be one of the first 71-73 restomod cars out but, that pegasus stang built by goolsby customs beat me to it. Hoping to have this thing wrapped up within the next year. Once I paint this thing, I Still have an entire custom interior build, then just reassemble everything. www.7173modstangs.com
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7173Modstangs;44943 Wrote:Hello fellow mustangers. Just wanted to introduce myself as the new 71-73 mustang guy, to the forum. I've been building a 71 mach 1 restomod for the past 2 years now. I'm doing 100% of the car myself from top to bottom. If you get bored and wanna check out the pics of the progress my webpage is below. I have tried many other parts and kits from other mustangs to see what fits or could work on the 71-73's. If you have a question, just ask because I've probaly already tried it. Just a few details....
4.6 2v Mod motor w/overdrive tranny (with stock shocktowers still in)
custom aluminum driveshaft
Dutchman street rod rear axle with traction lock
front 13" cobra brakes and cobra disc on back
TCP front airbag suspension
70 mustang Airride Airbar modified to fit 71-73's
RRS Power rack and pinion
stainless steel exhaust,spintech mufflers with side exit
20" bonspeed wheels/rear, 18"/front
Massive amounts of bodymodifications....
On top of being completely rebuilt with all new metal, driveshaft tunnel was raised, subframe connectors and custom rear crossmember added, firewall completely reworked to fit modern mustang heater box, I've lowered the rear quarter panels 2.5 inches, custom made roll pan that covers gas tank,custom rear bumper flush fit to car, flush mount gas cap, rear spoiler lowered and moved back,trunk lock gone,door locks gone,rockers lowered,exhaust cut outs added, drip rails gone,roof and post completely reworked, fenders lowered to meet rockers, front valance lowered 1", all side marker lights shaved, front, custom brackets and bezels to house new driving lights, front bumper flush fit to car, custom billet hood pins, headlights and taillights will be custom made aswell.
The biggest hold up on this project has been the money and I was hoping to be one of the first 71-73 restomod cars out but, that pegasus stang built by goolsby customs beat me to it. Hoping to have this thing wrapped up within the next year. Once I paint this thing, I Still have an entire custom interior build, then just reassemble everything. www.7173modstangs.com
AWSOME WORK !!! What more can one say ! From one body guy to another
Your on the mark dude ! Gonna follow your build for sure.

LOVE OF BEAUTY IS TASTE..THE CREATION OF BEAUTY IS ART
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#3
Awesome build! Keep up the great work! I too will be following your build for sure.
welcome
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#4
Very nicee work!

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My Mustangs:
71 M-code Mach 1, Medium Blue/White Sport, 4R70W, 3L50, Factory Ram Air.
72 Q-code Mach 1, Pewter/Black Sport, 4-spd, 3L25.
65 Convertible, Britney Blue/White/White, more modified than original.
05 Convertible, Legend Lime/Tan/Tan, future classic??
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#5
That's a real nice project.

Jeff T.

Low buck, touring style, '73 Convertible "rolling restoration", 351c, 2v heads with a shave and a haircut, Performer intake, Holley 650(ish), roller rockers, screw in studs, guideplates, stainless valves, Duraspark / Motorsports MSD, T-5 conversion. 1-1/8" front, 3/4" rear swaybars KYB shocks and some home brewed subframe connectors. Future plans; JGC steering box, Cobra brakes and... paint, interior, etc.

When I die I want to die like grandpa, peacefully in my sleep... not screaming, like his passenger.

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#6
Welcome ..

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Qcode351mach;44951 Wrote:
7173Modstangs;44943 Wrote:Hello fellow mustangers. Just wanted to introduce myself as the new 71-73 mustang guy, to the forum. I've been building a 71 mach 1 restomod for the past 2 years now. I'm doing 100% of the car myself from top to bottom. If you get bored and wanna check out the pics of the progress my webpage is below. I have tried many other parts and kits from other mustangs to see what fits or could work on the 71-73's. If you have a question, just ask because I've probaly already tried it. Just a few details....
4.6 2v Mod motor w/overdrive tranny (with stock shocktowers still in)
custom aluminum driveshaft
Dutchman street rod rear axle with traction lock
front 13" cobra brakes and cobra disc on back
TCP front airbag suspension
70 mustang Airride Airbar modified to fit 71-73's
RRS Power rack and pinion
stainless steel exhaust,spintech mufflers with side exit
20" bonspeed wheels/rear, 18"/front
Massive amounts of bodymodifications....
On top of being completely rebuilt with all new metal, driveshaft tunnel was raised, subframe connectors and custom rear crossmember added, firewall completely reworked to fit modern mustang heater box, I've lowered the rear quarter panels 2.5 inches, custom made roll pan that covers gas tank,custom rear bumper flush fit to car, flush mount gas cap, rear spoiler lowered and moved back,trunk lock gone,door locks gone,rockers lowered,exhaust cut outs added, drip rails gone,roof and post completely reworked, fenders lowered to meet rockers, front valance lowered 1", all side marker lights shaved, front, custom brackets and bezels to house new driving lights, front bumper flush fit to car, custom billet hood pins, headlights and taillights will be custom made aswell.
The biggest hold up on this project has been the money and I was hoping to be one of the first 71-73 restomod cars out but, that pegasus stang built by goolsby customs beat me to it. Hoping to have this thing wrapped up within the next year. Once I paint this thing, I Still have an entire custom interior build, then just reassemble everything. www.7173modstangs.com
AWSOME WORK !!! What more can one say ! From one body guy to another
Your on the mark dude ! Gonna follow your build for sure.

Thanks alot man, not many people can appreciate the amount of work I have put into this. Sometimes, I look at the pictures and can't believe all the work I've done already. But, its all part of a plan thats finally starting to come together.
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#8
Yes - WOW! I am looking forward to following the progress and to see the outcome.
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#9
welcome from East Tn very good work
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#10
wow! your a serious Restomod guy, I respect your determination and passion, love to see you post some pics on this forum of your project, your work is appreciated here. We are a special breed of Stang Heads here

1965 FASTBACK GT350 Replica 1989 5.0 Roller EFI ENGINE, PORTED GT40 INTAKE, PORTED GT40P HEADS, E303 ROLLER CAM,
65MM T/B, 24 LB INJECTORS, 350 HP, FLAMING RIVER RACK N PINION,
QA1 FRONT COIL OVER SUSPENSION, 4- LINK COIL OVER REAR SUSPENSION,
ALL WHEEL DISC BRAKES, 1995 MUSTANG SEATS,
REAR SEAT DELETE, 6 gauge POD, T-5 5-SPEED, 4 POINT ROLL CAGE
1973 MACH 1 351C w/T-5 5 SPEED
2007 GT500, SHAKER 1000 AUDIO, EIBACH SUSPENSION,
PYPES LOUD MOUTH EXHAUST

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