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  1. Mustang "Inspired" Electric SUV

    General Discussion (Non-Vintage Mustang)
    Ford, if you're reading this, no matter what you call that, it isn't a Mustang. So, please don't call it a Mustang or anything associated with a Mustang, and kindly remove the signature Mustang tail lights from the rear end. Thank you. That is all.
  2. Crossing Over

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    Dad has a 2005 Chevy 1500 4x4 with the 5.3. He likes it a lot, has had a 4x4 actuator cable replaced and the speedometer / cluster crapped the bed and he ended up replacing it himself because the local dealers jerked him around. My brother's family GMC Acadia spent a TON of time in the shop for...
  3. Heater not hot?

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    Drain it all and flush with water until clean water is all you see then drain that. Fill the entire system with white distilled vinegar, run it until operating temp, then let it sit overnight. Drain all that and flush everything with clear water until that's all you have again. You may want to...
  4. Front end upgrade opinions.

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    Disc brakes are a big plus if it doesn't have them. OE type is still great, many other mods to choose from, but in any case a dual-chamber reservoir adds a margin of safety. For suspension, stock still rocks. Nice tight Moog components like ball joints in the upper and lower control arms, tie...
  5. Heater not hot?

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    The gauges are basically design for a normal range but don't actually indicate temperature, not terribly consistent one to another. You'd hafta take the Tstat out and see if it's marked, possibly even submerge it in water (but don't let it sit directly on the bottom of a pot) brought nearly to a...
  6. hanging door solo

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    Put some split loom or at very least a bunch of tape on all your edges so you don't chip up your paint.
  7. GPS Tracker for your Mustang (or any Vehicle)

    General Discussion (Non-Vintage Mustang)
    I disagree on both. My agency will track, close in and recover. And unless you're already on the radar for something, nobody gives a flip what you're doing with your car.
  8. New Guy from Ky!

    New Member Introductions
    @wicked93gs is right, sometimes there's some gray area, and in 53-55 years previous owners also tend to modify things (the Mustang is STILL "the car designed to be designed by you"), and we're still learning about these cars every day. I was speaking generally. The curved glove box door is...
  9. New Guy from Ky!

    New Member Introductions
    Those are the most obvious. For 1966, the real refinement is in the 5 dial instrument panel gauges and supporting electrical system that gives the driver a real-time look at what's going on under the hood and more of a sports-car look . The glove box door is thicker and flat to match the gauge...
  10. HAPPY VETERANS DAY & THANK YOU VETERANS !

    General Discussion (Non-Vintage Mustang)
    WOW. What an incredible tradition, @Mustangerbob1.
  11. HAPPY VETERANS DAY & THANK YOU VETERANS !

    General Discussion (Non-Vintage Mustang)
    A salute to you and all you have done and continue to do for the Land I love. Here's a pic of my grandmother, a nurse during WWII and civilian service in the 60s, giving all she could while her husband moved munitions Stateside and her brother served in the Pacific Theatre. I wonder whose 65 or...
  12. What did you do to/for your Mustang today?

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    Come on down - the crusin' is fine ! I can't wait to be off work the next 4 days with sunshine in the forecast for 3 of em. I have a full tank of non-E, fresh oil, tires at 35, it is washed and vacuumed and I am ready to ride on my old thundering steed.
  13. Heater not hot?

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    What engine thermostat are you using? The cars originally had a 190 to 195 I believe. I run a 180 in the deep south. I once tried a 160 and it messed up my heat and the engine was never happy.
  14. Need User Images for New Banner

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    Here ya go!
  15. Dentisty deal, what to do?

    General Discussion (Non-Vintage Mustang)
    @Turnall they used to use Novocaine but not sure they still do.
  16. Rally pac

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    I changed mine to LED while I was in there, as well as my other gauges and it made a big difference in visibility.
  17. If your'e looking for a laugh

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    My old rough carport floor looks like somebody tried to clean up a murder scene with baby wipes because the last time I was pouring my new oil in with one of those new BIGAZZ 5 quart jugs and my funnel split... poured new oil all over the driver side of the engine and into the floor...ran across...
  18. Greetings from Central Texas

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    She's a classy drop-top ! Good to see ya on VMF.
  19. More front spring craziness

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    You still might have to let it sit for a while and drive it some to see the final ride height. I have the 620s. I would be reluctant to go with shorter springs on a street car bc of risking tire scrub on speed bumps or dipping driveways while turning. Somebody put coil spring spacers on the...
  20. how to open rear end ?

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    Cast iron is a little brittle. I prefer a heavier tool to wedge in and twist rather than heavy impact. A 90° tire tool is perfect.
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