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How do P335-30-20s look on a 72 mach1?
#1
Absolutely marvelous.
Check it out and see if you agree.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Total-AUT...495?ref=hl

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#2
I like it, looks bad ass! Smile

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#3
Hi that's looks good Regards DK73


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So I'm a proud owner of one Mach 1 73! Regards Lars DK73whistling
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#4
I'm not a fan. Sorry to say but you asked. There are enough new cars running around with hoops on them. I go old school and keep it close to stock.

Going fast is fun but life is short so slow down and enjoy the ride Big Grin Frank
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#5
Philt is conducting a super high-end restomod/conversion - this one will be electric when he's done, in addition to the performance and aesthetic mods he has planned... it's going to be right up there with the cars made by Ring Brothers and the Pegasus-caliber show cars.

Even though some of the things he's got planned aren't exactly my cup of tea, I can't wait to see how it all comes together. Who knows? Seeing it all done may change a few minds about certain things currently getting sideways glances. Wink Big Grin

Having cutting-edge builds like this and the others, brings more attention to the '71-'73s, and when that happens, more people will bring more interest, then the vendors will start coming along for the ride with more reproduction pieces to help restore, keep 'em on the road, and looking good. It's win-win, really. thumb

Hey Philt - I know the power plant is going to be a monster, but having such a wide tire footprint... won't that suck down a ton of power by dramatically increasing rolling resistance? Just thinking out loud - I know you're not building this thing for economy. rofl

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#6
Hi i would not have it on My Car;-) But on his Car it Will Fitt okay;-) When it's not a traditionelle Mustang. Regards Lars DK73

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So I'm a proud owner of one Mach 1 73! Regards Lars DK73whistling
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#7
    You know I'm a fan!! These are 315's on a 20x12" hoop. My cup of tea. Can't wait to see this EV creation on the road. Nobody said economy had to hurt. This looks like a "have cake and eat it too" situation.
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#8
I have always hated this project's desecration of an original R code car when any sportsroof donor would have done just as well, so my opinions are rarely voiced as I doubt their objectivity-but, for the most part this project looks well planned, well executed and pretty damned cool. The big tires will look good with the other modifications

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#9
This R code will possibly, for the rest of its life, get more attention and recognition than any other R code in the history of R codes. I don't think the car would be to angry about that. But then again I can't leave any Mustang in its original state, not because they are not perfect but because the car is an extension of its owner and in my case I have a big butt. Lol. so Im not speaking on behalf of any of the purists out there. I hate no car.
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#10
Thanks again guys for all the comments! Wow. A car like this definitely polarizes an audience but in many ways that's a good thing.
Would rather polarize than neutralize. The most I can ask for is people talking about it.

Yes, the tires will not be the most efficient for the battery range but this car is really a show piece to prove the technology and show real car guys (like me) that we can go electric and still have fun and great sound. Our ICE simulator will be demo'd later this year in a video.

You guys are great. The guys at the DIY electric car forum hate this project because we are putting a 3000 watt sub under the car in the original gas tank and mounting frame transducers to simulate a big block 428... One guy actually said that was an "abomination to Electric Vehicles"...

Unlike an Internal Combustion Engine, you do have a mute button. I guess he still didn't like what we were doing.

Goes to show you that its impossible to please everyone, best you can go for is to have people talking.

They especially hated our planned SEMA video that starts with this scene... Electric cars are gay... Now we be really polarizing. LOL.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQUiLuHAqbk

Every half hour the booth lights will auto dim and this video will start and then the lights come up, lightening across the booth and the car comes to life with its own V8 sound, torquing, vibrating, the whole 10 yards. Its going to be pretty dramatic. I hope I get to meet many of you in Las Vegas 2016.

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