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My neighbor has a very nice 67coupe which was immaculately restored some years ago. It has always been garaged, covered, and never driven in the rain.

Problem? Cowl rusted out.

How?

Washed it and put it away wet. Mustang owners should know better than that. Put about five miles on it after every wash, blow out the cowl and live happily ever after.
 

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Bummer.

Nice bit of advice for all of us (as if we need another excuse to take the ponies out for an extra 5 mile jaunt!) Dickson

1965 GT fastback
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I like the NorthWest humor here. For those who don't understand the joke, it refers to saving the Spotted Owl, which has been threatened by logging in the NW.

Whenever I wash my Stangs, I try not to get any water in the cowl vent.


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I hear that they taste like chicken *LOL*

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Maybe I should take out my leaf blower when I wash the mustang and blow out the cowl!! ;) Dickson

1965 GT fastback
There's a fine line between "hobby" and "mental illness" - Dave Barry
 
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