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red/white Mustang
#1
Hey guys, for once I'm not asking a noob mechanical question. Smile Came across a picture on the site awhile back of a '71 or '72 red Mustang (coupe or convertible) with a NASA hood and Mach I stenciling in white. It also had white Mach I stripes down the side with no Mach I lettering. I spent all night last night trying to find it again but no luck! Has anyone come across the picture or know which thread it might be in? Thanks for any help!

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#2
I am confused what you mean by "Mach I stenciling"?
You mention Mach I lettering later so I am confused with the difference.

The hood would not normally have any stenciling other than possibly "351 RAM AIR", "429 RAM AIR" or just for the Boss 351 - "RAM AIR".

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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(12-17-2012, 04:21 PM)Boss1Ray Wrote: I am confused what you mean by "Mach I stenciling"?
You mention Mach I lettering later so I am confused with the difference.

The hood would not normally have any stenciling other than possibly "351 RAM AIR", "429 RAM AIR" or just for the Boss 351 - "RAM AIR".

Ray

Actually there are stencils for the black on the hoods (there painted on). I did not use one but instead used a diagram provided by Don at Ohio Mustang. All lettering is from a kit similar to the side stripes.
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#4
Yeah sorry, just meant that the body was red and the hood paint and stripes were white. Can't believe I still can't find that pic on here...

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#5
I think I know the picture

was it this?

http://www.fordmuscleforums.com/imagehos...115bac.jpg

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#6
I have seen a picture with white stripes before. I think it was custom as I think the traditional colors were black and argent.
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#7
maybe this one


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Thanks for the pictures guys. Unfortunately they weren't the one I had seen awhile back. Instead of driving myself crazy searching for it I just mocked it up in Photoshop real quick. Smile It's not the coupe but I get a much better idea of what the color scheme would look like. Seriously thinking about doing this once I get the bodywork done since bright red was the cars original color. Anyway thanks again for helping me search!

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