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  1. New Member Introductions
    Greetings fellow mustang enthusiasts. Quick introduction? I'm a 42 year vet bush pilot. My first car in 1972 was a turquoise 1965 Mustang. Now, 50 years later, retiring from the bush flying, i picked up a lovely 1965 turquoise mustang. I am desiring to totally restore it. It took me 6 months to...
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    I have always wanted a Ford mustang from either 66 or 68. I now have the opportunity to buy one! It's a C code V8 coupe from 1966. For the most part, it's rust-free with one or two (badly patched) rusty areas. At some point in the 70s, the owner swapped out the V8 for an inline 6. In 2021 the...
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    Hello all, i have always wanted to own a 1968 mustang and went to local garage that claims that he can restores them and make them road legal (not in US), so initially i didnt research the project throughly and now at a later stage i just feel that i have been tricked. Im worried about the car...
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    Hey everyone, so I've recently ran into two issues while almost completely finished, for now, with my '66 coupe. The main issue is installing new weather-stripping for everything door related (doors, smoker window, quarter window, and the stripping between the front window and quarter.) and the...
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    Classic car restoration is a very broad term that can mean almost anything, depending who you ask. Deciding what it means to you is crucial to making sure your restoration project goes smoothly and doesn’t end up as a never-finished pile of parts. Decide exactly what you do and don’t want to do...
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