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The begining of my sons car
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We've had the car for awhile took me awhile but got the frame all done,
now comes the bodywork I have been letting him work on it when he wanted to.
You can call me crazy but while I was at the local junkyard (yes I still call em junkyards) I picked up a 2004 Pontiac Grand Am hood with the scoops going to mold it into the flat hood, (sorry to the purist's),as soon as the weather breaks going to head to Kentucky Mustang and pick up the trunk floor and two quarter skins.
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#2
Although I keep mine stock, that sounds like an interesting mod. Looking forward to seeing the pics.



Mike AKA Ole Pony & Rare Pony

Our current Mustang garage/driveway
1973 Mustang Convert - Bought in 1974 - Still have it!
2004 Mach 1 Oxford White Auto, Bought Sept 06


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OLE PONY;164827 Wrote:Although I keep mine stock, that sounds like an interesting mod. Looking forward to seeing the pics.

I understand the stock look I have several that are stock well somewhat stock looking
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#4
Need to see some pics of this project
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caspianwendell;164873 Wrote:Need to see some pics of this project

Hopefully these load, these are the pictures of the Pinto attack in 84 it sat ever since in the ladies garage but old age slowly ate her away by the way her name is Loretta
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#6
Yes they tend to disappear a little more each year...damn rust!
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#7
This will be a good father and son project. Keep us posted with pics as the project progresses.
-jbojo

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351C 4V cc heads, 10.5 : 1 CR, 290 Herbert cam, Flat top forged pistons, forged connecting rods, Atomic efi,
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#8
Cut that rust outta there!! Quick! Go now!!!
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kidwithfastback=fast;165572 Wrote:Cut that rust outta there!! Quick! Go now!!!

Have already cut it out just waiting for the weather to break, haven't decided which way to go I am about halfway from Ohio Mustang or Kentucky Mustang and I have family in both those area's guess it'll boil down to a coin flip as both their prices on parts are with in several dollars Big Grin
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#10
Crazy thought on the way home (us old people have them) I have a 99 Explorer with a 5.0 in it runs very well has about 30k on it was t-boned early in it's life, I bought it for the transmission for my wife's Explorer anyways it's just sitting with a nice low mile motor should I pull the Cleveland and drop this one in, I know this motor runs very well Cleveland is unknown at this moment plus my son is handicapped and I want it to be as trouble free as I can get it (his handicap just affects his lower body)
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