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The single most item (so far) was the engine rebuild on my 390, almost $1,600 and I paid for the intake manifold and camshaft separately. The single most expensive part so far, I believe, was the Edelbrock 750 carb.

[color:red]1968 Coupe, "Murphy" - Original (car and owner)</font color=red>
[color:blue]1968 Fastback, "Trouble" - Restomod
[color:red]1967-1968 MCA Certified Judge</font color=red>


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5.0 EFI and T-5 conversion $6,000+
TCP R&P $1,000
SSB disc brake conversion $800 +
3" synchronizing crossover exhaust $500+
Misc $$$$+++++

...and it still looks like crap (pass the doofus). Nice sleeper though

Tom Nash
68 Coupe, 5.0 EFI, 5sp
 

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My Weber 48IDA1 carb setup... It was my graduation present to myself.

Tom Kubler, Long-time Mustang Enthusiast & San Antonio Mustang Club Founder
 

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Most expensive thing on mine was fixing the front end. From this..........http://a1060.g.akamai.net/f/1060/597/30minutes/www.zing.com/picture/pc7e1de4f0e257d39a85cd6f4db41625c/febec020.jpg to the one at the bottom. Paint was second bc/cc $500 in materials did the spray myself.

Opal frost pearl metallic 67 coupe http://www.jps.net/binay/webdocs/febef75b01.JPG
also have a 95 opal frost pearl G/T BOSS edition convertible belongs to swmbo
 

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mostly because of a major doofus early on that now has me rebuilding it for the third time!!!
No I never explained that one.
 
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