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I brought in my 1967 Mustang to the body shop to get some damage repaired! Here is a before picture of the body that had never been mounted! as you can see it was not well cared for over the years, But it was 100% rust free! HA HA
http://www.jrcentral.com/images/67mustang009.jpg
The body man used the front portion of my 65-66 body mold to make a replacement valance panel that was grafted onto the body. He also repaired all the scrapes and cracks and gave it a nice shot of gelcoat (still wet).
http://www.jrcentral.com/images/67mustang016.jpg
and another shot
http://www.jrcentral.com/images/67mustang014.jpg
This may be on it's way to the Netherlands but if not I think I will keep it and relive the memories of CF1?
 

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Here is the infamous Midlife himself at CF1 in my original 67 Junior! This was before the hubcaps etc were done! kind of rushed it to make it to the Corn Feed
http://www.jrcentral.com/images/67mustang10.jpg
 

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NETHERLANDS :jawdrop:

Lee, I hope you mean Denmark. I tell ya - quit some difference there :lol:

/Paul
 

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Netherlands? Denmark? :: it's one of those countries on the other side of the globe! I was a Pacific coast sailor so i am familiar with that side of the globe. Never been anywhere around Europe. yes Paul I meant you! I never claimed to do well in Geography! :naive:


Now to answer acmjg
Where can someone find one of these bodies?
You have to turn over a lot of rocks! This is the only 67 body I have. I can make as many 65-66 bodies as you need with the original factory tooling. but with the 67s you will have to find an original!
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I was kidding of course. Actually, compared to the size of your country, the Netherlands isn't that fare from Denmark.

Looking forward to hear from you.
/Paul
 

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Gee, Thanks for that thought. (puke)
 

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Your feet go clear out by the grille! that is where the gas and brake pedals are. The steering linkage is above your legs not between them like a regular go kart. The engine and transmission are in the trunk!
here is a picture of my nephew (speedbump) he is 6'4" tall and actually took the car airborne at CF1
http://www.jrcentral.com/images/my67f.jpg
I can not drive them but I am 6'6" and over 300 pounds :(
There are a few videos on this web page if you think this is a photoshop trick!
 

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I was kidding of course. Actually, compared to the size of your country, the Netherlands isn't that fare from Denmark.
I heard Holland is surrounded by Dykes!
I also heard they use sandbags to keep the water out.
badda bim badda boom!

just kidding of course.
 
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