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  1. One day, just for the hell of it, I looked at the Internet for any cool photos of our cars with girls, Models, if you will. Well, there's scads of late model cars with girls posing with them. There's scads of early model Mustangs with girls. But, I was suprised that there are few at best, of any '71-'73 Mustang photos with girls posted. Where is the love? I did find this one, which is cool, that I can share........
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  2. Shot I took in the garage today.
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  3. Hey all, I'm Cameron and I live outside Albuquerque, NM. I recently reacquired a 1971 Mustang convertible and am in the process of getting it road worthy. I was originally restored in about 1991 by my father. He was in the autobody industry from the time he was 14 years old and had his own shop from 86-05. The car was supposed to be my first car for high school but ended up too nice and he didn't want it destroyed in a high school parking lot. I ended up losing interest in the car and it sat in a garage for many years. We recently had it at our fabrication shop and again we had to do something
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  4. It is oversized. Grab-A-Trak makes the swaybar.
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  6. +1 On DSOM! Have you hot a link ti where you found the board? Mike
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  7. I screwed around making a transmission cooler line standoff / clamp. I have an aluminum radiator and wanted something more secure to hold the lines.
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  8. Finally I got Sallys Mach 1 back. I hired a pissed off attorney, tow truck, 3 big guys (Gweedo's ;-) and demanded it back through the Sheriff. I gave the date and time we would be there and it was setting out by the road when I got there. The damn pussys didnt even come out to meet us, HuH. Was 7.5 months of bulls%%T and wasted time. Im out 5k because they didnt do there work. I will let the attorney handle that part of there crap. I got a picture (one side) of the strip and epoxy primer before I payed, guess what they did? They stripped and epoxy primed one half the car and thats the
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  9. With good stock style bushings in your struts, sway bars, control arms, idler arm, plus good ball joints, steering gear, pitman arm and rag joint you will be surprised how well your Mustang will corner. I've always enjoyed driving fast, whether straight line or corners, I got started with a go kart when I was about 15 years old, geared up top speed was 96 mph, geared down was a blast on the track. There's a nicely curved road that runs from Reno to Virginia City that I had driven many times and I gave it a go right after I got my Mustang in good running condition, with my wife holding do
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  10. Don't put poly bushings on the strut rods, they will eventually fracture. I suggest the higher durometer number rubber bushings from Global West. I can't speak to the use of "fancy" strut rods, I've never tried them. Chuck
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  11. Today, I took a few more new pics of my Mach 1. Here's three, but checkout my garage for others.
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  13. Play nice you two. Not everyone has an original car whether a survivor or concourse resto. Obviously Auto likes what he has or sees. Dave you are obviously proud of your highly optioned hardly driven original car. But you both agree you like the 71-73 body style. Encouraging newer members is a good thing. If you want to point out flaws to someone do it in private message. Or just leave it alone. Make the hobby fun, too many guys have ruined the hobby and ran clubs into the ground. Found the common ground and respect each other.
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  14. I didn't use a kit, I just replaced my bulbs with the 194 style wedge based bulbs. I used 5k pure white LEDs and left my defusers in. My car only has 20K factory miles on it and it seems to have spent most of it's 41 years of life sitting in garages. The LEDs do make a HUGE difference, considerably brighter. I was able to go from not being able to tell my dash lights were on sitting in my garage with just the garage door opener light on, to being able to clearly see the soft blue-ish white hue of them on. That being said there were a few things of note: LEDs are a Polar component,
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