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Welcome from San Diego.

- Mike
Welcome from Amsterdam, the NL’s. Looks like a great project, good luck!
Dope, from your close up pictures I see what you are referring to. There was only one version OE vinyl roof for the hardtop Mustang for the 71-73 's. Just guessing, is it possible that some time during the past 48 years the vinyl top was replaced and some of the original mouldings were damaged or misplaced? If not and it is a Dealer or aftermarket top, that has to be one of the closest I have ever seen to matching the production installed top. Definitely a difference in the  OE mouldings and the ones you have circled.
At this point I would invest in a Marti report and then you would have pretty good ideal of how your car was equipped  when built.  After all it's just money!   whistling


No Officer...I really don't know how fast I was going, my speedometer stopped at 140!
Mirrors definitely are not. Ford never offered a chrome swivel head sport mirror as an option. Factory sport mirrors were a painted body color and had a remote on the driver's side door panel. 

Wheels are probably factory, didn't have a good side view to really examine them. If they are painted body color, then they originally only had the center dog dish or "poverty" caps. 

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Welcome from Ohio
The video of the GT-350 was posted on our mustang clubs facebook page and I just moved to here, no more info.
Some of the race motors have very high compression 13 - 1 or more. My old boss man use to build them and use 327 chevy pop up pistons and hand work the domes and not use head gaskets to get extremely high compression. They you have to use the very expensive fuel.
His engines would go over 10,000 rpm. When they blew there was not much left, lol.
Here is a picture of the Lower Valance Guards that Secluff mentioned. They are hens teeth a one year only thing and not many out there. Has to have a bracket to mount them. They go from bumper down to the bottom of the valance panel in the front. I need on of the rubber strips and the mounting brackets. Going to put on a 72 even though they did not come on it.
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When a man is in the woods and talks and no women are there is he still wrong??
Welcome from the UK

1971 Grandé
Welcome from Oregon. Have fun with your car.

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--Albert Einstein
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