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  1. .... the mirror fell off during the trip. ....and battery was flatter than a witches tit He arrived yesterday ... so I'm BACK ! ! ! ! The only real items that are exciting my OCD is... the shifter seems looser than my green one, passenger door is tight - it needs a little more heft to shut it (all the weatherstrip is new I noticed) The ignition leads are a bit yukky -- I'm swapping those Fuel filter close to carb has a slow drip - pipe is a bit perished Nice bits It is clear that this has been super loved No oil -trans-differential leaks ... I always ha
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  2. Just had her 50th a couple of months ago. Built on August 14, 1970 at Dearborn Assembly Plant. 1971 model year production began there on August 3, 1970, making this a very early (1,779th Ford) build. Sold to her first owner at Richards-Heath Ford, Villa Rica, Georgia, on September 25, 1970.
    2 points
  3. Interestingly the VIN of Mike429cj's B1 is one earlier than the VIN of my Boss (1F02R146446). How many miles does Jonnywrench's Boss indicate? When you say that it is all there, does it have the original Autolite 4300D carburetor, original distributor, space saver spare, rev limiter etc? Has the vehicle previously undergone an engine refurbishing/ Does it have the original camshaft? Ther is a lot to being "all there". Thank you for advising the forum of your vehicle.
    1 point
  4. I know, it’s been awhile....no less respect for this Mustang generation or the folks that love them! Been having some serious fun despite the travel restrictions imposed upon us this year. No trips to the USA, but we got out in our own back yard a bit. 😊 New PB since the last post...10.85 at 121 mph - 1.41 60ft.
    1 point
  5. I have a Boss 351 that I bought from a guy named Gene in August 1978 in Springfield Missouri. Been stored since, am now retired and going to start refurbishing the ole gal. She’s silver and black; most important she’s all there🤠
    1 point
  6. 1973 H-code convertible with C-6 trans.
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  7. Not much has changed, been collecting parts for the 71 mustang rebuild. Need to replace rotted out lower cowl been waiting for that part number to get into the books as they stated A/C cowl coming available this fall/winter. Did get a complete rebuilt tilt steering column and got a new built rim blow correct steering wheel. The mustang sets on the go-jacks at our shop waiting to get worked on. Ron
    1 point
  8. My 1971 Mach 1, 429 SCJ, was assembled at the Dearborn plant on 12/11/70, sold on May 14, 1971 in Conover, North Carolina. But the original owner was killed in 1975. So, the Mustang was put in storage and sat unmolested until 1990. It was then completely disassembled (down to a bare shell) and remained that way until 2015 when I purchased it. Took 5 years to rebuild, restore, and reassemble. Finally, in 2020, after 44 years, it's back on the road again where it belongs.
    1 point
  9. Here is what I used when my mirror stub fell off... https://www.permatex.com/products/specialized-maintenance-repair/rearview-mirror-repair/permatex-rearview-mirror-adhesive-kit/?locale=en_us
    1 point
  10. Of all the adhesives for affixing the rear view mirror, the longest lasting one for me is the "kit" produced by Permatex and sold at NAPA.
    1 point
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  12. I realized my mistake. as you guys have a mail box We have an item called a letterbox hammered into our front door ... it also means the mail man has to get that extra workout of actually having to use his .... and I realise these are redundant items these days ... "legs".. and stuff huge quantities of "junk mail into said slot. and we use these hairy "draught excluder" things so that you do not lose any house heat when said tax bill is delivered to your door ...or Rocketyfoot's new calendar, which I was delighted with a few months back.
    1 point
  13. Nice compilation. Thank you for posting it.
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  14. Hello everyone,more progress and by that I mean welding,welding,welding,welding,welding.....................................more welding have a coffee followed by welding,and more welding with periods of grinding and finishing.Been kind of a rough week with EVH passing.I tear up just thinking about it...................So I just keep working on the car. As before I am skip welding 2 inches ,skip 2 and weld 2 inches.working my way to the rear of the car.Welding the rocker pinch welds sucked royally,because of the galvanizing and I am doing all of this on the floor overhead. So after I did those
    1 point
  15. Nice try Kilgon -- but no ...its that silly rubbery gator inside the shifter get one of these to do this
    1 point
  16. Few picts dry before leave the place.. I wasn't 2 meters out of the shop, some heavy rain started and drove it back with wipers on fast speed, glad they did their job fine. I have no idea yet how it looks (dry) under the wonderful dutch skies as I needed cover it in a hurry as ofc, water was pouring in not having roof rails or any rubber back on :(
    1 point
  17. Welcome to the forum the more the merrier. I have a 73 Mach 1 I ordered it new. I am keeping my 3/4 vinyl roof.
    1 point
  18. My Mustang club hosted a get-together for members at a local airport. Here's a shot of my mighty Mach with a vintage jet.
    1 point
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