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Discussion in '1965 - 1973 Classic Mustangs -General/Talk-' started by Stallionlover, Jan 21, 2007.
New to the site, but I recognize a couple peeps
Anyways, here's my ride....
Nice car 65mojoe, I really like under the hood clean and uncluttered.
Ditto, nice ghost flames as well.
here are some of my wifes car....and my new project. Hers is the blue 65...with some before and after with the new wheels:
BTW, Both cars were purchased in Germany...the blue one was 8K, and the Orange 64 was a trade for $1200 truck and 300 bucks
Wheel Tire Size
The wheels and tires came off a 2005 Mustang and I'm using 1" wheel adapters front and rear. There's some minor tire rub in the rear if there's more than 50 lbs in trunk and I hit a bump at road speed, otherwise, they have worked out great.
here is my wife's 66 mustang
and my 67
Those gt wheels are where its at...
Here's a pic of mine from a crappy cell phone cam. Sorry about the quality.
One last try...
boss- car looks great! you should cut that heater hose down some!
ITs a 65 ,I have the 289 , 4-speed out and a 351 roller cam motor is going in . I have a lot of plans for this car.
65 MOJOE, i recognized your ride from the mustang plus ad.
BOSS 302 .030 over solid roller cam and lifters by Crower
HI-PO 289 dizzy w/pertronix
11inch Centerforce w/40lb flywheel
front cover Mustang Monthly and featured May 1983 and 1985
I have some work to do:
The 69 that I am halfway done with, and the 393 in it:
Ya I was suprised when I went looking through their online index of the new catalog. Kept going down the list, and there was my name.
This is my 67 Vert that I'm still working on. The motor is a 408 with a nitrous plate system. The trans is a built C4 with a GearVendor overdrive unit. Custom interior and trunk, cloth top and that's about it. It was my first car so it has always meant a lot to me. Great site guys. Thanks for all the help along the way.