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Hello from Luxembourg
#11
Welcome aboard Mike, nice vert I like the scoop! I just got here myself and I'm sure you'll enjoy this club. Enjoy the ride!
#12
Mike, I spent way to much time in the bowling alley there as well. I used to go to a greek restaurant in Bitburg quiet often.
#13
willkommen hier im forum!!! nice to have you here too!!!
#14
Mike, Have you had any issues running the 18 x 10's on the rear?
#15
Good lookin' 'vert! It's odd, but without the 'corral' in the grille as a contrasting color, the car almost looks like something other than a Mustang.

Not a bad thing - just different.

Eric

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#16
Thanks to everybody for the warm welcome!
@ Tnfastbk: no issues with the 10s in the rear. The 285 fit without any problems and there is enough room for wider rims and tires. I guess an 11 inch and 300 tires would easily fit. My car has had no mods to the fenders and is lowered by about 1inch.

@ mister 4x4: yeah, it's funny how the blacked out corral changes the looks of the car. I tried taking off the horse too and it is then hardly recognizable as a mustang, but then you can see the holes and the base where the logo is supposed to be attached. Not at first sight, but it's there when you take a closer look at it. Not good!
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#17
Yellow and black, my favorite two colors. Nice to see that power window option... Welcome to the spot.

1973 Mach 1 - Medium Bright Yellow - (in restoration mode)
#18
(12-24-2010, 06:06 PM)luxstang Wrote: Thanks to everybody for the warm welcome!
@ Tnfastbk: no issues with the 10s in the rear. The 285 fit without any problems and there is enough room for wider rims and tires. I guess an 11 inch and 300 tires would easily fit. My car has had no mods to the fenders and is lowered by about 1inch.

@ mister 4x4: yeah, it's funny how the blacked out corral changes the looks of the car. I tried taking off the horse too and it is then hardly recognizable as a mustang, but then you can see the holes and the base where the logo is supposed to be attached. Not at first sight, but it's there when you take a closer look at it. Not good!
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Thanks you are thew first to actually be running the bigger tire and wheel combo. I am wanting to run 20 x 10 on the rear and 18 x ? on the front. I bought the gauge that tells me what I can run but is great to finally talk to someone already running them. THANK YOU
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