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More reassembly on the '65. Most of the rear is done, repro trunk lock cylinder isn't engaging...gonna use some advice from Midlife and SacBill that I found with search. Hood finally installed w/ the lip molding and pins...looks great! I decided against the F-O-R-D for the front, felt it would be too busy with the GT lights, hood scoop, hood pins and lip molding. Very clean IMHO. ::

http://home.comcast.net/~fastback65.com/images/resto/re_rear2.jpg

http://home.comcast.net/~fastback65.com/images/resto/re_front2.jpg
 

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Very nice. I love that part of the restoration. Takes alot of work to get to that point. Keep us posted.....Billy :: :: :: ::
 

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Love the pics. I went so fast restoring mine that I want to do all over again, maybe a 1967 Fairlane, well SWMBO???
 

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Great Progress, looks really good should have it bout done for rainy season up there, hope you get extra long summer this year.

Mark
 

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WOW :)

Great looking car. I don't have the hood pins, but everything else and the FORD makes it complete, IMO.

Nice job. I am not partial to red Mustangs but that car is one exception!

Frank
 

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::WOW! :: THAT'S AWSOME, MAN! Beautiful! I noticed you have Magnums now, what happened to the Edelbrocks?
 

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Yes it is, that's not the main reason...but, I'd be lying if I said it didn't factor in to my decision. I consciously waited to see what it looked like before any drilling was to take place. I'd seen one with the FORD before and thought it too busy. I'm glad I did, once I saw it...I knew it was just the way I wanted it. ::
 
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