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I finally got some pics of our new 69 Mach 1 that we got last Sunday, and they are all on my new website, which is here. Check it out....
If anyone has any suggestions on my website, go ahead and post them. I just got done making it.
Also, if anyone could tell me what the name of the paint on my stang is, please do. Is it alcupoco blue? Kind of sad when I don't even know the color of my own car. /forums/images/icons/smile.gif
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http://albums.photopoint.com/j/View?u=1617612&a=12349055&p=45163239&Sequence=0&res=high.jpg
[color:blue]1969 Mach 1-in restoration</font color=blue>
[color:green]I got my stang on April Fools day. I wonder if that means something....</font color=green>
 

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The car looks to be in pretty good shape for a restoration, hope it goes well. You might find the color on this page: http://www.69mustang.com/69colors.htm but it looks more like a 70 grabber blue : http://www.69mustang.com/70colors.htm . Are you planning on bringing it back to original looks and condition or just getting it presentable?

69 Sportsroof, 351C, 4spd toploader, Restomod BOSS 429 clone - the one and only (?) 1969 BOSS 351

http://home.swbell.net/boss351/mustang/boss1.jpg
http://stangnet.cardomain.com/user/adamg69
 

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The pics actually make it look a lot better than it actually is.(except for the interior...it really is in great condition) There is rust in the doors, front frame rail(that's gonna be a bi*** to fix), and a little on the rear passenger side behind the fender. We are going to do a ground up restoration, with some mods. We are going to start disassembling next weekend hopefully. Oh, and yeah, I agree, the color does look like grabber blue. Thanks. Hope it all goes well.

http://albums.photopoint.com/j/View?u=1617612&a=12349055&p=45163239&Sequence=0&res=high.jpg
[color:blue]1969 Mach 1-in restoration</font color=blue>
[color:green]I got my stang on April Fools day. I wonder if that means something....</font color=green>
 
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the stang looks sweet! are you going to make it totally restored to orginal?
 

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Cool car. I love the 69/70's. Good luck on your restoration. Word up. If you're going to be driving it, start with the brakes. Then the steering. I hope you and your dad really have fun with this. I'd like to do something similar with my kids when they get to be your age.

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'65 Convertible (with many mods.)
http://www.blueriver.net/~finite/Pony.htm
 
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Congrats on your car Sean. And your website looks great! I hope you and your dad make many memories doing the restoration together. To see the father-daughter restoration I did with my dad, go to

http://albums.photopoint.com/j/ViewPhoto?u=1262793&a=12244861&p=30538472&f=0

He was the Director of Restoration and I was the Chief Financial Officer *G* (hope that link worked)

Jill(CA)
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Thanks for all the good comments, and no, we aren't going to keep it all original. We are going to do some mods on it. Not too sure what yet. Oh yeah, rubypoo, your father-daughter project looks great! Very cool. I hope we get this one looking that good! /forums/images/icons/smile.gif
Sean

http://albums.photopoint.com/j/View?u=1617612&a=12349055&p=45163239&Sequence=0&res=high.jpg
[color:blue]1969 Mach 1-in restoration</font color=blue>
[color:green]I got my stang on April Fools day. I wonder if that means something....</font color=green>
 
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