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Grabber Lime Restoration Update
#31
Looks very nice, Mike. Well done. Grabber Lime, the best color for 1971 Mach 1!

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Tim: Restoring 71-73 Ponies, Restoring People
#32
(10-24-2017, 05:49 PM)jpaz Wrote: Oh man that's a cool garage, would love to see that too! I'm all for a forum meeting...not far from there either. thumb
Anytime the group or members of the group would like to have a meeting or stop by, just let me know as I will down there quite often now that I am retired!!

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#33
Congratulations on your retirement. Did that a few years ago unexpectedly. Lets just say I had enough. I remember you saying about needing to move things when I got the fender from you. Around here, that's not a garage. That's a warehouse....The only problem I found with retirement is the wife keeps the camper packed to go places. I would like to find one more car project someday, but I'm afraid I'll never find the time to finish it. Rich
#34
(02-13-2017, 10:23 PM)Motorcity Mustang Wrote: Mike:

The Grabber Lime looks beautiful. Great work. Love to see it up close and personal. You do great work. Grabber Lime is The best color in my opinion. I'm putting together a Grabber Blue 71 SCJ, C-6 with drag pack, so I can identify with how slow everything goes. Looking for a 780 Holley Carb.



Work slowly continues on putting the Mach back together.  Headlight Buckets, Hood Bumpers,  Windshield Stops, Shock Tower caps and Hood weatherstrip all restored and installed.   Finding out that everything going back on the car is not as easy as taking it off!!!
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Tim: Restoring 71-73 Ponies, Restoring People
#35
Mike, Congrats on retirement! You clearly have enough to keep you busy, enjoy. Chuck
#36
(01-14-2018, 10:41 AM)red351 Wrote: Congratulations on your retirement. Did that a few years ago unexpectedly. Lets just say I had enough. I remember you saying about needing to move things when I got the fender from you. Around here, that's not a garage. That's a warehouse....The only problem I found with retirement is the wife keeps the camper packed to go places. I would like to find one more car project someday, but I'm afraid I'll never find the time to finish it.  Rich

Thanks Rich!!  I need to quit buying project cars!!!  My plan is to spend time growing the parts business (I want to help younger kids get involved with the Mustang hobby, what better way to help tear cars apart and restore the parts and make money), and spend time restoring my cars!!

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#37
(01-29-2018, 10:14 AM)c9zx Wrote: Mike, Congrats on retirement! You clearly have enough to keep you busy, enjoy. Chuck

Thanks Chuck, this should be fun!!!

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