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You're making great progress. Looking forward to your updates! :nice:
I forget where I bought them but I've seen them at NAPA. You could paint them to match using touch up paint before you install them.
Plug those holes, your Fox will thank you for it. :nice:
@koala33, but you live in VA that requires a front plate (or have you moved?). I use to live there and was ****ed that I had to drill two holes in...
$85 a piece here;
$60 for the steel bumper. Free would be better....
That's the correct speedo found in GT's for 1987/88. In 1989 they changed it to 140mph.
Getting her ready for a couple of car shows in March and of course April. I fabricated a plate to match the ones you see in the 87 Ford model year...
You are correct, Canadian cars do have a metric speedo but all the literature photos are of US cars. They just changed the text to read Mustang...
Yup my thought exactly.
I don't think it's specific to the Canadian printing, I'm assuming the US Dealer Books have it to.
Anyone out there have...
I bought from these guys for a boat, they're in Florida. Buy the parts or have them make it.
I obtained the dealer order book for the 87 Mustang model year (Canada) and noticed something strange in one of the photos. There's a square...
@ smmackie, I had a plastic plate below my radio but just recently swapped it out for the factory storage box. I have no use for the plastic...
Google "Parasitic Draw Test"
The new fuel pump is in and I re-installed the fuel tank , she fires right up now! :nice:
Here's some exterior shots of how she sits.
Poker table drop in cup holders. :nice:
Here's some interior pics of my 87 GT taken yesterday.
Nope, not just you, add me too.
I agree with 89oem, the free airgun would be a bonus!
The finished appearance sounds like paint, it's all in the prep. Looking forward to seeing pics of it finished!
2/12, looks good 2 foot away...
That wrap looks great! I'd love to watch them apply that!
I hope it's not a 2/12 job.