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  1. Thank you for posting. Love to see some pics of your Boss. Do you get to drive it often? And what fuel do you use for the high compression motor?
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  2. I have a Grabber Yellow BOSS 351 built 23 Nov 1970 and it is in the land down under. I have nearly owned it for four years and I believe one of the driving forces (pardon the pun) was I had multiple Matchbox Grabber Yellow BOSS Mustangs (flutes through the black bonnet/hood) which I still have a number of. 71-73 are a great design and super tough and having owned multiple Australian Falcon Hardtops and a 69 Mach 1 the 71-73 is my favourite. Regards
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  3. Stunning paint! That’s going to look good when it’s done. Ryan
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  4. Carpenter's parts were always the anti-Scott Drake. Never had a problem with fit and finish. Drake's parts, on the other hand, never fit. I swear they were designed by Stevie Wonder.
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  5. Hey guys, every year again... Oh, wait, it's been two years since then... Sorry guys, I had to wait on the paint guy that long... Diseases and illness of him and many other not Mustang-related things took their time until everything fitted together like a guy and his Mustang! There were times I did not think I will be able to see a result in years! And there were times I weren't be able to hear the word "Mustang"! But: I am back! Tadaaaa! It's cold, ähem, gold outside, everywhere, just in time for christmas! My hard work on the panels has paid off! I
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  6. https://www.msn.com/en-us/autos/enthusiasts/ares-design-shows-off-the-retrolicious-panther-in-new-video/ar-BB16v6AY?ocid=msedgntp#image=1
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  7. While I can't prove it now as I have no pics of the door data stickers, both my 72 Mach's were dated 4/72. Why I remember that is because they were both made in the same month and I had both these cars at the same time. The red one was a Q code (that I should never have sold) and the pewter one was an H code. Both had pop-open gas caps. Oh! and if someone comments on the pewter one having 73 stripes, yes it did, I was given a set for free so why not.
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  8. Hell yeah! Pantera Rocks!! Oh...wait! You mean the Pantera car! LOL!! Actually, they should have named it Slayer or Static-X...you just shouldn't mess with a classic design!
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