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Those photos look just fine, and so does your FB!!

That's the model I always wanted, but could never have.

I think your mods are tastefully done. Definitely not overdone.

And some good factory options!!

Nice neighborhood, BTW.

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1967 Acapulco Blue coupe
302 4V, C4, 9" 3.25:1
Torq-Thrust "D" 225-60-14
1968 PDB, Corbeau
LeCarra, Alpine in-dash CD
http://www.geocities.com/mlnielsen_67/index.htm
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Very nice car. And, also, great site. Man, I wish my mach looked half that good right now. If you look at the picture in my sig, take that and try to picture what it would look like 3 times worse. The pics make it look a lot better than it really is. hehe

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>
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Thanks for all the great responses I really appreciate it. Yes I did the resto myself and it was a great help that the car really had no rust on it in the first place. I was getting my car inspected when I first saw this car and it was getting inspected also, I couldn't help but notice the for sale sign in the window. So I inquired about it and I bought it 2 days later. This is what it looks like 5 years later. I feel I stepped in #$#% when I bought this car. Thanks for the responses.
 

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It is a labor of love, sweat, and tears. Congratulations, it looks great.

Russ

http://albums.photopoint.com/j/View?u=1595962&a=12199293&p=44358030&Sequence=0&res=high.JPG
 
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