Build thread - Guy

Discussion in '1974 - 1978 Mustang II Talk & Tech' started by Guy Krogermeijer, Dec 22, 2011.


  1. Guy Krogermeijer

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    I performed many modifications the past year. Since I am new here I'll post up some progress pictures.
    How I bought it:
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    69 valence:
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    Extended and pointy header panel:
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    Current near- finished header with shaker hood:
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    Rear bumper removal and small steel replacement:
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    Marker lights filled (they leaked):
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    Roll pan added and tail light openings modified to accommodate 71 tail lights:
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    Filled:
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    Glassed:
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    Rear with fin shortened and fiberglassed in place. 69 spoiler and pop open gas cap:
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    Unusual battery placement:
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    My wife's dog Mamau Mamau:
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    Matching stripes, as it turns out(Mach I seats):
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    Sequential tail lights:
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    Looks great...glad to see that some one else doesn't shy away from a cut off wheel...LOL
     
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    I like the front end, but the back end looks like it is missing something. Are you leaving it the way it is, or are you going to try to put a chrome bumper on to match the front?
     
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    I like what you did with the 2. It has the road warrior look to it. Do you still have the 4 lug rims that was on the car when you got it?
     
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    I give you props for the workmanship, the work is great, it's got to take dedication and skill to do that. So good job there, but I can't say as I like the end results. I guess I am too much a purist, I like the II mostly the way it came. It looks like your trying to turn a II into a 68 or 69.
     
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    where did you manage to find the roll pan??
     
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  7. Guy Krogermeijer

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    I traded the old outlaw wheels and I now have 5-bolt axles.
    The back is rather corvette looking without any chrome steel but I haven't come up with an idea that I like.
    The 69 Mustang Mach I is my favorite and the influences are apparent.
    I got my fiberglass roll pan from a boat guy in British Columbia and I don't recommend him. He over charged and it didn't fit well. But Scottrods in Ohio has a great price on a better fitting one and even has a "bumper molding shape" built in.

    I should turn on notification if I can find it.
     
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    it is little bit confusing to me not clear?
     
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