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My 1st 71-73 Project.. it's a great day!
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(01-23-2018, 10:18 PM)Wide-body71 Wrote: Congrats on the Grandé. I think a stock build would be great. I’d only add that you consider a lower than stock stance. Car takes on another look

Thanks.. I may think about that ... but I am wanting to maintain the stock look using oem full wheel covers with the 70 series whitewall tires.
 I know that goes against the grain of most who are building these coupes.. I just want to keep that stone stock look on this one.
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#12
Wow, looks almost finished, no missing parts, nice! ;-)

Enjoy your project buddy :-)
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#13
Soonerbillz,  I still have the complete parts car Rocketfoot mentioned
It has the vinyl top trim you need
Lots of good parts on it

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(01-24-2018, 06:22 PM)OMS Wrote: Soonerbillz,  I still have the complete parts car Rocketfoot mentioned
It has the vinyl top trim you need
Lots of good parts on it

Thanks.. I will contact you when I know what I am needing for sure!
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(01-24-2018, 10:11 AM)Vinnie Wrote: Wow, looks almost finished, no missing parts, nice! ;-)

Enjoy your project buddy :-)

LOL!... Yeah almost!
 someone did rob the carb and power steering pump though!
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(01-25-2018, 12:24 PM)soonerbillz Wrote:
(01-24-2018, 10:11 AM)Vinnie Wrote: Wow, looks almost finished, no missing parts, nice! ;-)

Enjoy your project buddy :-)

LOL!... Yeah almost!
 someone did rob the carb and power steering pump though!
I have those from other parts cars

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440-949-2556

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#17
I know to some of you more experienced well heeled guys , those of you that have already been down the road of restoring or rebuilding and working on these cars may find this goofy or childish...but for me this is all new territory.
Last year I bought that terribly rotted Grandé Coupe. So far the only thing I've done is look at it set .. or just checked it hasn't been stolen from where I have it parked ... but most generally I just just just fantasize about really getting going on this.
There's been so much in my life going on over the last several months both physically and in other directions that are personal that have kept me from doing anything not even just on the car the Mustang but on motorcycles and other things that are so dear to me.
But today is the new day and the start of where I'm going to be going ..behold the pictures that I posted this is the first part that I have bought for this car of the thousands I will have to purchase or restorein the future but this is the first one and I'm happy and proud to say that my dream is in motion...?

(PS... I posted this earlier on FB.. but felt it also belongs as a update to this thread)

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#18
How is it coming along?

Gas is for cleaning parts, alcohol is for drinkin, nitro is for racin
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#19
runninpony 
Congratulations on your "NEW" ride!

71-73 Mustangs never die, they just go faster!
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(09-24-2018, 04:48 PM)Studdley Wrote: How is it coming along?

Not too much going on right now.working on a new building/shop where the project will be done ...
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