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I have located a former Ford worker from 67 to 2004
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Just by chance a member of our local Mustang club knows someone that has moved to my area that was Ford employee. The great thing was he worked at Dearborn from 1967 to 2004 so maybe he worked with Mustang. I have asked him to get in touch. Keep your fingers crossed that he was a relief worker that moved around on the line and saw it all.
For now start putting together questions we all have about how it was made.
Things like the rear valance, Ram Air, interior material changes, primer colors, assembly processes. Just anything that we do not have a handle on as far as our Mustangs go.
Since he was there for so many years can pick his brain on other years also.
I have video and can do a video interview so it will be recorded and not word of mouth.
Hope this works out.
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When a man is in the woods and talks and no women are there is he still wrong??
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David
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#2
Sounds like you may have found an excellent resource. Nice going.
U Da Man!



“If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.”
--Albert Einstein
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#3
David, an excellent score if we can snag him! Once I retired I lost all my Ford insider contacts. Boss1Ray did post a interview with a retired line worker from the truck and Pinto plant that was informative.
Mustang production moved to FlatRock starting with the 2005 models so it looks like he was at the Dearborn when most of our cherished children were being built.
Fingers crossed David!!


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Steve

No Officer...I really don't know how fast I was going, my speedometer stopped at 140!
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#4
Yes! I do hope you can get his recollections about our cars.

Good work even trying.

Ray

1971 Boss 351  
1972 Q code 4 speed convertible 
1971 Mustang Sportsroof  351-2V FMX 
1973 Mach 1 (parts car)
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#5
Awesome idea, can’t wait to hear the details! Subscribed to this thread!

Jason

1973 Mach1 Q-code




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runninpony 
That would be awesome, you ARE the man David!

71-73 Mustangs never die, they just go faster!
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#7
very cool. My dad had a shop in Lincoln park and his buddies had one in dearborn. Some of the sites were very cool in the 90s

73 Coupe 302/c4 Project
65 Fastback Conversion Eleanor Project

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#8
Way to go David! I'd be interested to know what he can say about the Boss 351 test vehicles. Thanks!

1F03M, Maroon,Blk Int,Wht Top,A/C,Rim Blow,Posi
1F03M, Maroon,Wht/Wht,PW
1F03M, GrbrLime,Wht/Wht,A/C,CA Car
1F03M, Drk Green,Grn/Blk,4-Spd,Tach,R/A,Tilt,Rim Blow,PW
1F03M, Drk Grn,Blk/Blk,4-Spd,Tach,A/C,Tilt,Rim Blow,Mgnms
1F03M, Black,Wht,Wht,Tach,Posi
1F03M, Brown,Ginger,Blk,4-Spd,R/A,Tach
1F03M, Pewter,Blk,Blk,4-Spd,A/C,R/A,Tach,Mgnms
2F03R, GrabberBlue,Wht,Wht,Dcr Grp,Tach
2F03R, Brgt Blue,Wht,Wht,Dcr Grp,Tach
2F03Q, Red,Wht,Wht,Rim Blow,A/C,Tach,Conv.Grp,DcrGrp,Stripes,Mgnms
2F03Q, Rd,Rd,Blk,Rim Blow,A/C,Tach
2F03Q, Brgt Lime(Orig. Gld Glw),Blk,Blk,A/C,P/W,Tilt,Conv Grp,Dcr Grp
2F03Q, Grbr Blue,(Orig. Brt Blue)Wht, Wht,4-Spd,Tach,A/C
3F03Q, (2) Gold Glow(one Blk int,one Ginger int),both 4-Spd,Tach,Dcr Grp,Stripes,TuTone Hood,Frgd Whls
3F03Q,BluGlow,Blu,Wht,4Spd,A/C,Tach,DcrGrp,Stripes,TT,Frgd Whls
3F03Q, Copper,Gngr,Blk,4Spd,Tach,DcrGrp,Stripes,T-T,Frgd Whls
3F03Q, Trpl Wht,A/C,P/W,Tilt,Tach
3F03Q, Spcl Ordr Black,Blk,Wht,Tach
3F03Q, Spcl Order Purple,Wht,Wht,A/C,Tach,Tilt,P/W,Frgd Whls
And 10 more verts, 2 Boss 351s and 1 M-code Mach I! Big Grin
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