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Making progress. Got new quarters, doors next week. Then haul it to my brothers for the real work. He is Getting some small stuff out of the way. Practicing on a spare hood. I think he has the shine figured out.
               


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I don't know if you wanted the dash to look original or not. The black dash was done with a metallic paint. I think same paint from 65 through 73 for black. Any of the Mustang supply dealers have it. Too much shine in the interior makes them hard to see out of, lol. It is a flat finish from the factory.
Good to see you are making progress for sure.


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(03-31-2019, 08:48 AM)Carolina_Mountain_Mustangs Wrote: I don't know if you wanted the dash to look original or not. The black dash was done with a metallic paint. I think same paint from 65 through 73 for black. Any of the Mustang supply dealers have it. Too much shine in the interior makes them hard to see out of, lol. It is a flat finish from the factory.
Good to see you are making progress for sure.


Although I’m not going for 100% original that’s going to be changed. He hasn’t painted in several years so mostly for him just getting the feel back. Might end up getting a inflatable paint booth. Any experience with them?
Or what’s the best way to paint without a paint booth?


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#25
That looks like major progress, Well done

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Indeed, some serious step done here! Great work!

Small question, I see your floor has the extra fold, just like the new one that I have and need install.
How did you weld it with the drop offs? Did you keep a bit of the old floor as A on the pict or is it as on B.
Or something else, like adding a L shaped profile and weld both onto that profile?

[Image: floor-drop-off.jpg]

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(05-02-2019, 07:03 AM)Fabrice Wrote: Indeed, some serious step done here! Great work!

Small question, I see your floor has the extra fold, just like the new one that I have and need install.
How did you weld it with the drop offs? Did you keep a bit of the old floor as A on the pict or is it as on B.
Or something else, like adding a L shaped profile and weld both onto that profile?

[Image: floor-drop-off.jpg]


Honestly I’d have to look. The trunk floor was already replaced when I bought it


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Deal of the day     $500


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Here goes nothing. Digging in to attempt a fold down rear seat conversion            


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Round 2    


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