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Hey,
Anyone know of any pics of '65-'66(actually, any years) Mustangs with pushbars in front? I am trying to decide if I want to try this out. I think it might look cool. What about side pipes? Anyone know of any pics with Mustangs with side pipes installed? Has anyone done either of these mods on their Mustangs? If so, did you use all custom parts or are there kits out there?
Take it Easy,
Chris
 

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sorry i cannot allow you to put a push bar on a mustang-----------unless you insist--i guess it is your car---------later.

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Just curious, what's pushbars?? Thanks!!

65 coupe 302
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something you push with? LOL

Rob
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whats a pushbar?

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Push bars are bars such as those seen on the front of the General Lee. There are other styles...usually associated with police cars or trucks. Yeah, they are bars to push with. I like the look of them on the General Lee. And, it is much cooler to have someone paralell park into some push bars than your hood or bumper.
Take It Easy,
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