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Christy - South Carolina.
Recently purchase a 1967 Ford Mustang Coupe.
The car itself was taken apart to be painted, but was never put together again.
To say I have a lot of parts to go through is an understatement.

Looking forward to reading all the tricks and tips this forum provides.

Thanks!
Christy
 

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Welcome to the madness! We like pics, even if it's a pile of parts ;)
How's your '67 equipped - I6, V8, auto, stick, etc.?
 
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Welcome. Love to see pictures. Plenty of knowledge here.
 
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Welcome to the fray, Kristy. I just finished my '67 about a year ago. Did some stuff to it recently. If you need anything, please reach out!
 
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Welcome to VMF !!
I also have a rolling jigsaw puzzle of a '66 that was taken apart sometime around 1976...but it's my third so it should be fun!
 
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Just introducing myself!
Christy - South Carolina.
Recently purchase a 1967 Ford Mustang Coupe.
The car itself was taken apart to be painted, but was never put together again.
To say I have a lot of parts to go through is an understatement.

Looking forward to reading all the tricks and tips this forum provides.

Thanks!
Christy
Welcome from a fellow noobie. I got my Frankenstein’s monster in April.
Just do the research, ask a lot of questions and, even if you’re as old as I am, you can learn new tricks.😆👍
Good luck.
 
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