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  2. Answer depends on what the car is... If this is a mostly original car then this will for sure hurt the value with a hole cut in the roof. Since this is a Q code, that makes it rarer and also more desirable. If this is a non original or resto mod then if done correctly might not hurt and could be desirable to some. Below is a pic from my high school car that I cut a hole in roof for pop up sunroof ha ha.
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  3. It has been 7 years in the making but I finally have a spot to keep my dad's 1972 HO (mostly original minus paint interior and rims) and took delivery of it this past week. Very excited and so happy to see a very current relevant forum with good information. Brad
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  4. 2015 F150 5.0 Coyote 1995 Regal Destiny 240 The 1995 boat has a 351W in it that has GT40 heads and the same high torque cam the 94 and 95 Lightning got. Came that way. When Ford did the 95 Cobra R's they actually snagged 300 of the marine engines and used those, just swapped the cam for a different one . There was something about the way that the marine blocks were done that Ford felt made them the better than the standard automotive 351 blocks for the Cobra R's so they grabbed those. Pretty rare in general to find Fords in boats. They only did it for a handful of years in the earl
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  5. The code should be under TRIM on your door data plate. All of the codes I could come up with are in the spreadsheets in this thread: https://www.7173mustangs.com/thread-ford-code-numbers Vermillion knitted is CE, cloth and vinyl are 4E.
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  6. Hello CHIEFER69, It is a possibility that you could have a factory sunroof. If so, that would make your Mustang a rare car with an extremely rare option. Ford never offered the power sunroof as a regular production option (RPO) on the Mustang. Ford probably figured since the Cougar was more upscale and luxury orientated the sunroof would sell better on the Cougar rather than the Performance-oriented Mustang. Since Mustang/Cougar shared the same assembly line it was certainly a possibility to get any Cougar option as long as it would physically fit and if you had the $$. The sunroofs were ins
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  7. Sounds almost the exact same as my into last week, also had my dad give me the keys to his. Hello and welcome from your neighbour in Alberta.
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  8. If I remember correct when I was looking in 1973 the Cougar had the Moon Roof option, they also had leather seat option and I did look at them and Pantera. But I ordered the Mach 1. I do not know if Ford would have gone far enough on the Special Trim & Paint options to install Moon Roof in the Mustang at factory or not. If you have a six digit DSO code you might want to dig deeper. If it were factory the Build Sheet will have it noted on the bottom half of the sheet. Doubt it but possible. The Marti report will list a cost for Special Trim or Paint but get specific on it.
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  9. Read this, https://www.7173mustangs.com/thread-questions-on-front-end-rebuild?highlight=spring+compressor Go to hemikillers post on page 2 and it will tell everything you need to know.
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  10. Finally got to 90 degrees in the sun yesterday here in Kansas so I got out the boot to see if I could get it to fit. In early May i tried and would have sworn there was absolutely NO way it would ever fit. Well, after it got good and warmed up, it was a struggle but i finally got it on. Took me nearly 30 minutes but here it is. My wife and I went out to have ice cream for supper after I finally got it on. It even stayed on in the wind. I was very happy.
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  11. There really is no way to get to the upholstery there to put them on. Also the studs aren't long enough to push through the foam. Besides the seat foam there is a listing wire right where they go that has been hog ring to the frame embedded in the foam. The emblem would be where the grove runs across the foam. See pics.
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  12. Depends on the type. Standard aftermarket pop-up s are not a hot item and are usually too small. If I remember right the Cougars had an actual metal sunroof as an option, but I could be mistaken. If it's a really well done conversion, it might not hurt the value, otherwise, it's probably not a good thing. Pics would help.
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