Post them pics!!!!!!

Discussion in '1965 - 1973 Classic Mustangs -General/Talk-' started by Stallionlover, Jan 22, 2007.

  1. Stallionlover

    Stallionlover New Member

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    lol i agree w/ her haha, about how long would that car take to restore if you couldn't do any of the body or paint work and also how much money?
     
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    OKAY so it's not my Stang but

    it's a Ford and one of my projects and currently my daily driver.....
     
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    double post and still no F&*$!#G pics:nonono: Whay can't I get them to attach?????????
     
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    I had $40k in my RX-7 when I was finished. It was in great shape when I started on it too. I swore I wasn't going to keep track of my next project! I am planning on about a 5 year rebuild whenever I find me a 65/66 fastback. 5 years because I've got a lot of other things on my plate. I usually work 600+ overtime hours a year and I'm working on my masters degree in engineering management. I'm still undecided on the body/paint work. I'll do some but probably not all.

    RX7 information and pics:
    http://www.heathmoore.net/CarPics.htm
    http://www.heathmoore.net/RX7.htm
     
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    66 Coupe
    289 bored 0.040 over
    Edelbrock Performer Series 1406 (600 cfm) carburetor
    Edelbrock Performer 289 intake manifold
    Edelbrock Performer Series Cam
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    100 amp alternator
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    Ram Diaphram Clutch Assembly
    3.00 8" Ford Open Rearend
     
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    still a work in progress - many parts are still in the garage :)
     
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    Hey Enferno, I'm not sure what you normally park there...but it MAY have an oil leak? My garage looked like that until I was told to clean it up!

    Cool ride!
     
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    yeah that's the collective stains of many cars :p mine is leak free, i've checked.
     
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    Here's my '68 hardtop at last October's Run to the Pines car show:

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    my pic is actually a photoshop pic, but i do have the wheels and all that you need to make them work are 1" bolt in spacers...they will run you around $120-$150...
     
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    Here is mine as of now. It should be done sometime in March.
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    And one day I am going to put air ride suspension and forged wheels on it to make her look like this:
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    My 66 with her old rims.
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    With new rims
     
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    New to the forum.... but here is my car. I Just added Autometer gauge package and JME billet bezel and a shift light. Will take photos soon and post.

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    Really nice paint!:nice:
     
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    DLF- Are those just straight take offs from an 05-06? Or did you put different sized tires on?
     
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