Here are some pics of my dads car getting the body work done to it.

Discussion in '1974 - 1978 Mustang II Talk & Tech' started by 90NotchBack, Jan 24, 2006.


  1. 2muchtime

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    can u take a few pics of the interior? i would like to see how you tubbed
    the rear, added frame sections, roll bar point location, and fuel cell..:shrug:
     
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    these are the onlypic I have of it right now. I will be getting a lot more. When we start outting the car back together. These pic don't tell you much but I'll be posting pic as the car gets closer
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    I will have pictures up either friday or this weekend. It's has a couple colors on it now. It's not done but I will have new pictures.
     
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    Well the paint job is done but when I went there to take pictures my camera was died, so I thought but when I got home and put new battery's in it. It still doesn't work. So as soon as I get a new camera or borrow someone's. I will post pictures of it.
     
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    thats gonna look pretty awesome when finished!
     
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    Well we got my dads car back Monday and started tearing it apart. So when It's goes back together everything will be new or look like new. The cage and chassis are going to be painted gloss black and all the aluminum work is going to be silver. All new wiring.
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    We just finished a Pinto for a guy on Wednesday. I thought we where going to go to Test N Tune next Friday but it's going to be sometime in December. It came out pretty good.
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    :drool: That looks amazing!!!
     
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    Cool Stuff!! How big is that motor in the Pinto?
     
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    Pinto 528ci it will go 8.60's-70's
     
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    All painted time to put the Mustang back together

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    Looking real trick!:hail2:
     
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    It looks awesome. I just have a few things I can't quite figure out... why is there a chevy logo in between the wheelwells? The engine certainly doesn't look like a chevy. Also what is the aluminum flat panel for that runs across the rear hatch area (directly below where the rear window would be)?

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    Look closer. That Chubby logo has a slash through the middle of it.
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    The Chevy emblem has a line threw it. We are going to detail that later. The chevy emblem with be blue and the oval with the cross threw it will be red. The other aluminum flat panel your talking about is to separate the driver compartment from the trunk because the battery's are back there. On any car that have relocated battery's have to have something to separate the compartments.
     
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    It's starting to look like a racecar again.
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    :eek:

    And I thought my 235/60/R15s lookd menacing on my II. those are some MONSTER tires!!!!

    I love it :)
     
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    thats one of the best IIs ive ever seen done right.
    you and dad should have alot of fun in the coming months congratulations...
    stay away from those walls!! they dont budge..
     
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