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#1
Any guesses on how they "reinforced" the shock towers?
It looks like there are no shocks..

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#2
Ummm, why would a new engine need to be torn down and cleaned up if it isn't seized and turns freely? Also, it's interesting that he had the 351 bored "10 to 1", didn't know that was an option, lol... Must have meant compression right? Another interesting point is where his modified Monte Carlo bar is welded, behind the shockless shock towers! I am scared to see what those quarters look like under the paint and body work. Interesting indeed Smile

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- Nik
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#3
A lot of time and money devoted to his flip front stang dream. I hate to see that... He probably planned to never sell it.
For the buyer looking for such a car, this may be a great opportunity to get it at a bargain.

Ray

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1972 Q code 4 speed convertible 
1971 Mustang Sportsroof  351-2V FMX 
1973 Mach 1 (parts car)
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#4
This cat has got to be a Shotgun Rider for sure!Tongue

Greg.Smile

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#5
Guessing it sat so long because after he butchered the nose , it's handling may be a bit disappointing ? Dodgy

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