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  1. Yes. it is really misleading but they get really good reviews for products! We shall see!! Here is the coupon terms from the deals page... Our items are store items so the coupon is invalid. Sorry guys! The calendars are listed below their recommended retail so you do get to save a couple bucks automatically anyways!!
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  2. Hello everyone, I would like to change my radiator support because in the old past, the car had a shock and it bothers me today to see the traces on the radiator support ... so I bought a new support but before launch I would like to understand and have your opinion: On the current support there is a leg on each side of the support which is screwed to the rail of the frame. But on the new support there are no legs. The question is should we add it and in this case make one and weld it or is it not the original one? how is that on your car? somebody could post a picture of how it is on an
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  3. I have bought the sticker from Marti. He will need pic of the sticker he does not have weight info in his info. They look same.
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  4. looks good! I had to do it at the same place but much smaller. Here you see the dark black parts, covered with the rust converter, and the blank part in the middle, where the rust converter Fertan didn't turn black but brown. And that's how it looks like after being painted.
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  5. If the new welded in section is pure and blank steel, you can try to get Fertan. In general it is a rust converter, but if used on blank steel it covers the surface from getting rusty. https://www.fertan.co.uk/ It's easy to use and a 0.25 litre bottle it totally enough for a long time. but it is necessary to follow the instructions. Cheers Frank
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  6. To answer your question about phosphate, here is what I use, hopefully there is something comparable over there. It can be used on rusted or bare metal. https://www.amazon.com/Krud-Kutter-Remover-Inhibitor32-Bottle/dp/B0044UP9XU/ref=sr_1_1?crid=TW6PLY68XXKN&dchild=1&keywords=must+for+rust&qid=1606245996&sprefix=Must+fo%2Caps%2C458&sr=8-1 It's good to use after you sand off a section of paint, so you don't have to immediately prime it to prevent flash rust.
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  7. Marti Auto Works can provide you with a correct reproduction door VIN sticker. https://www.martiauto.com/index.cfm Mine was in great condition, so I masked it well, did the basecoat on the doors, peeled the masking and sprayed clear over it.
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  8. That's a good one, needed to mask mine to repaint and it was a pain to sand properly around it. Plus the driver side one isn't great looking, it's hard to even read it. For my 71 I plan dip my doors in acid, so will have to protect them with a plastic film and hope for the best... removing paint around them will be tricky. Thx to your post, I'm gonna call the dutch RWD tomorrow to see if I can ask for new official ones (if they provide a solution or if they don't care and could just print new ones myself). Having new ones would be very handy.
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  9. I wouldn't unless I was doing a concourse 73 Q code restoration.
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  10. I found this on ebay https://www.ebay.com/itm/Nos-1971-1972-Ford-Mustang-Front-Fender-Support-RH/293659925218 At least you can see the pictures and see what its called. Check here with our site support vendors, Don at Ohio Mustang Supply and Mike at Motorcity Mustangs they might have used ones for a lot less money.
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  11. I myself use Bic lighters to find any fuel leaks ...
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  12. Started to rework the cowl area and thought I would share some pictures. Like most folks its hard to make that first Cut.......Yicks. But then confidence builds and you feel the progress of your endeavors. Lucky one half of the cowl was ok, just needed some por-15. When you have the area exposed use a rust preventor such as por-15, the car will thank you.
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  13. It's weekend and it's again a dog weather. But as my 73's brakes parts are still somewhere above the Atlantic I don't care as I'll be busy inside on my 71's apron! I've received last week the battery support that David kindly sent me (among other goodies, thx again David!!) That thing being made of steel and unprotected, rust already found her way. Not planning to install rusty parts, especially this one that is usually a bonk of rust... So I've started by bathing its light rust into acid, which gave me, after 30 minutes a pristine part which i've then massaged with e
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  14. We had an overcast day recently so I grabbed a few poser shots of the Mach1...
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