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  1. Not 71 related, but too happy to keep it for me! :) The 73 has its new jacket on! Yeeehaaah! It took only decades to get to this point :) Hard to catch the 2 green metallic as they are in real under this lighting with phone but this baby should look pretty ok with all the trim polished to chrome like back on! Tomorrow afternoon, I'll go place back on locks, door handles etc.. to drive it back home. If only it could stop rain just for an hour so I could see it by daylight...
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  2. I will say that pointing out differences over original vs modded is not a strike against any great looking car. To each their own. But it is important to keep the knowledge of how these cars were original equipped alive and encouraged. Many original equipment/packages on these cars are not obvious to most. And we who try and keep up with this info are always learning! I personally like many original and modded 71-3 Mustangs. Ray
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  3. A few of my related archived pics. I have more but would need to look harder to locate. :) That #25 car is the Tope car when owned and raced by Bill Maier, owner of a very well-known 'repopper' Shelby fiberglass body parts business. When I visited with him back in the late 70's/early 80's, he mentioned he had some extra fiberglass fenders/flare kits for that car and could make some more if needed. At t hat time - he was transitioning his racing the the NEW Fox body Mustang for his racing. Anyway, I think his son runs the business now. Bill passed away quite a few years ago. Nice guy.
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  4. Message one of our very valued members; Bkdunha (Brian). He performed an impressive concourse restoration on his 1972 Mach 1 to concourse level and should have information on that original exhaust setup. https://7173mustangs.com/forums/profile/292-bkdunha/ Good luck. Ray
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  5. The entire car..........I was just doing the fire wall today. So I skip welded the upper cowl to the lower cowl then the cowl to the firewall. Fire wall to rear fender aprons ,fire wall to torque boxes.......ect.....y'all get the idea. The whole car. You don't really notice it on Trans Am cars because of the speckled paint Bud Moore used, unless you look at a 69 Shelby as I recall they used white and I think gray. I also ordered the monoballs for the strut rods today. They should be a joy to get the front half welded in through the front of the crossmember............
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  6. I loved Hardcastle. Occasionally occurs to me to look it up and watch it...then I remember the gf and I watched the first episode of Miami vice a couple of years ago. . Omg, it was awful
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  7. For sure the 72 Q code verts got NASA hood Ford never used NACA call out that was very old school. I would also have to got to the Ford Facts Book to verify. All 72 & 73 verts also got the deluxe door panels 71 got flat unless you paid more.
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