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Discussion in '1965 - 1973 Classic Mustangs -General/Talk-' started by BlueOvalStangGT, Aug 7, 2005.
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Here is my 68 Falcon. Close anought to a Mustang.
Here is my Bosses 69 Mach 1
Here is My '65 GT:
Love those Torque-thrusts on that Vintage Burgandy! If I didn't have Cragers I would have those. Great looking car, I hope mine comes out that well really soon!
Soon to be my new baby! Soon as I get some money.
Heres a picture of me and my car.The picture with ballon was like 2 weeks ago across the street from my house. Heres also some pictures of my 1969 super cobra jet 428.
since someone posted a falcon.... so heres the stock 380hp 1971 Ford Falcon GTHO Phase III.
i'd really like to take a us falcon, probably a 69, and clone that car only i'd have to do a "phantom" clone though. it would have to be a 2 door GTO phase III. i really don't like 4 door muscle cars but i understand that's about all that was available down under. but you guys did have some other really kick ass muscle cars there. if was to ever live any place besides the US it would definitely be Ozz, that's for sure. only problem i think i'd have living there is the warm beer thing, i have to have ICE COLD BEER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
only the beer we export is warm.
Another falcon for your viewing pleasure:
Australia's most legendary muscle car, one of only two ever built... the 620hp GTHO 'Super Falcon'.
i've always thought that the falcons looked ****in with mini-lites
here is a pic of my 69 stang
well, that's refreshing to hear.
Noticed the 70 mustang emblem on biggie's 69. Howd ya do that? Thinking of putting the 69 one (off center) on my 70. Heres my dogs coupe. Ive got a fastback thats all in pieces ...