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  1. I'm a clay bar guy as well. These photos were taken after clay bar and waxing the car. Last painted 1994 or 1995.
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  2. Hey everyone! We have a special prize to give away for the 2020 Winter Raffle! It is a custom made Mustang Tri-Bar logo trophy! It is 1 of 10 that we had made for a fund raiser a while back. This one was graciously donated back to the forum by an anonymous supporter for the raffle!! Made from multi layered steel and hand painted with translucent pearl paint, it sits about 12 inches tall and looks great displayed in a curio with your die-cast Mustangs or display it on your desk or wall shelf! It is a great conversation starter and stunning reflection of your Mustang pride! Raffle tic
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  3. Not very often I can be the first one to post in a new subforum. But saw this open up and figured I would share my little project with the car over the last little bit. The car had been sitting in a garage with a cover for many years, and the paint was feeling kinda gritty so it definately needed some love. So I ended up picking up a clay bar to decontaminate the paint, and then took some time with a polisher and some friends to finish it up. The clay I used was the chemical guys medium clay with their clay luber. It took likely the whole afternoon to go over the car and the whole bottle of lu
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  4. Avoid glass filters. If it breaks, you'll have a fire in the engine compartment.
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  5. No you can have just water to do the gas check. If you have deposits in your radiator you can take radiator off and lay flat and use CLR Calcium Lime Remover to clean the deposits. You can get at grocery in cleaning area. If you get new thermostat get a 195 deg. and drill a 1/32" dia. hole out near the gasket area. This will let the air out of block as you fill the system.
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  6. Several things to look at. Does the hose to the water pump have a spring in it? If not sometimes they collapse from suction and then no water flow. If thermostat is opening then I would get and exhaust gas checker for the radiator. You have a clear container you put the test liquid in and run the engine if there is exhaust gas in the radiator the liquid changes color. Here is link to one type. https://www.napaonline.com/en/p/BK_7001006?cid=paidsearch_shopping_dcoe_google&campaign=GSC-Chemicals&campaign_id=6478876245&adgroup_id=115972171828&adtype=pla&gclid=Cj0KCQjwt4X8BRCPA
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  7. I would check the thermostat first, typical failed thermostat symptoms.
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  8. Do you have a good 4 core radiator and a fan shroud.? I have known many people to have overheating Cleveland issues when they don’t have the fan shroud on 71 through 73s. I know the 69s has a lot smaller fan shroud and a narrower radiator than the 71s. is your 69 an original Cleveland car, or was this an upgrade from a Windsor or 302?. Let me know on the shroud thing, ok? kcmash
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