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77 mustang
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Weel my daughters 77 is back from school. Did all the body work and removed all of the surface rust. Had the daughter stop by school with the wife and for the first time she was speechless. The car came out better than I thought it would. The paint is a PPG base/clear.
Jim


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drive it like you stole it
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I'da sucked puss off a maggot before I'd be caught dead in one of "those"... once upon a time. Now, I'd love to have one in the stable. Very nice car you have there! Your daughter should be proud!
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nice, good job
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#4
Very very Nice. I had a '75 with plans to make a street/strip car out of it but a move made it go by before I could get to it.

There's a fastback about a mile from me but the BOSS explained that I don't need it. Maybe if I get her '67 on the road....
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The Boss... LOL, does that mean I own a 1965 BOSS and didn't realize it? LOL
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1972MustangSVH;189484 Wrote:The Boss... LOL, does that mean I own a 1965 BOSS and didn't realize it? LOL




As soon as I said "love, honor and obey" the BOSS said "Just worry about obey".

Can't complain....complaining just leads to "The Look". Additional complaining leads to a size 5 1/2 where it was not meant to fit.
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Damn, that looks sharp, Jim! Daughter should be happy as heck!

Doc

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#8
Very nice! Funny how time changes your perspective on things. A few teas ago I wouldn't have wanted one of those if they gave it to me for free. Now I would really like to have one.

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Mike

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#9
Very cool and you really don't see these on the road very often.

Check this one out...

http://www.autotraderclassics.com/classi...nId=279406

Pretty sure my youngest daughter would love this car!!

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73StangCoupe;189593 Wrote:Very cool and you really don't see these on the road very often.

Check this one out...

http://www.autotraderclassics.com/classi...nId=279406

Pretty sure my youngest daughter would love this car!!

Might be a great buy at that price! I would drive it.

The blue looks great coilwire! I bet your daughter is thrilled, or are you going to take it from her!



Mike AKA Ole Pony & Rare Pony

Our current Mustang garage/driveway
1973 Mustang Convert - Bought in 1974 - Still have it!
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