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American Autowire Classic Update Kit - 1971-73 Ford Mustang
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All,

A Very interesting wiring kit here.

https://www.americanautowire.com/shop/19...update-kit


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mustang7173 Thankyouyellow

"Courage is being scared to death but saddling up anyway" -- John Wayne
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#2
For $1100 I would want something that is concours correct, but it's a good alternative for cars that don't have a harness.

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Mike
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#3
No kidding, and the single best upgrade - relays for the headlamps, is not incorporated. Boo hiss.....


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#4
I would love to rip the guts out of my stang and upgrade all the wiring, but damn, that's a crap ton of work. Maybe one day when its all blown apart to paint I will get to that. It would be great to have some modern fuses and wiring.

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#5
I actually have this kit. My car is completely stripped for a restoration and this option is much cheaper and easier than getting someone to make one up.
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#6
I have no comment.

Actually, I do, but I'll keep quiet.

Let me check your shorts!
http://midlifeharness.com

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(04-12-2019, 04:05 PM)CobraJet351 Wrote: I actually have this kit. My car is completely stripped for a restoration and this option is much cheaper and easier than getting someone to make one up.

You should have sent your harnesses to Midlife, a forum supporter and advertiser, for refurbishing. All circuits would then be easily traceable with the original circuit diagrams.



“If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.”
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#8
runninpony 
+1 on midlife, best $$$ I've ever spent!

71-73 Mustangs never die, they just go faster!
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#9
I messaged Midlife a while back and this turned out to be a better option. Keep in mind that I’m in Australia so that creates another issue.

This kit was the easiest option for me personally. I can easily install it myself. I don’t know how it is in America, but over here good auto electricians and insanely expensive. Getting one made up would cost a small fortune, more than twice what this kit is worth. It works for me but I can’t speak for everyone though.
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(04-16-2019, 05:50 AM)CobraJet351 Wrote: I messaged Midlife a while back and this turned out to be a better option. Keep in mind that I’m in Australia so that creates another issue.

This kit was the easiest option for me personally. I can easily install it myself. I don’t know how it is in America, but over here good auto electricians and insanely expensive. Getting one made up would cost a small fortune, more than twice what this kit is worth. It works for me but I can’t speak for everyone though.

Did you actually install this already? Any comments on the quality? Are the wire colors correct?

I'm going to replace mine eventually as well and though I recognise Midlife's good reputation this is certainly another option.
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