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  1. Hello Lazarus, No worries! I understand the dynamics of these cars. I appreciate the real world experience that you bring to this thread and the forum. Thanks!
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  2. Has anyone confirmed whether Addco is selling the new bar yet? I am eager to order one but their site still shows the old bar I think, unless I am looking at the wrong item... I know it’s been said before but thanks very much, jpaz, for going through the headaches to get them to make these right!
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  3. If you look in the NPD catalog they tell you not to use the foam tape. I did a bunch of pictures two years ago but i can never find the post so I cannot link it. I did use the 3-M strip calk two beads in the pics. My car leaked like a sive when brand new. First week I owned had inches of water in the back floor that destroyed my build sheet. It was roof rail leak. I polished my trim 2 years ago and went back with the 3-M. I use it anywhere you need to seal water out it does not harden so flexes with the body. All the ups and downs and holes in the roof rails make it hard to seal mine has vin
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  4. Really nice results! I have played with trying to make a template to do the same thing but with no luck yet....Great job!
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  5. Unfortunately Ford was slow to react to a known problem dated 7/1/1971 for 72 cars https://www.conceptcarz.com/recall/8569/ford-mustang.aspx And then taking even longer here https://www.conceptcarz.com/recall/8569/ford-mustang.aspx after the death of a Michigan Dealer Mechanic. The stickers didn't appear until will into the 1972 production, first as a campain then installed on the lines by late 1972. https://www.nytimes.com/1977/09/02/archives/ford-chief-admits-mistake-in-failure-to-recall-autos-late-ford.html Mark P.S. Though not part of production for a 1971 car (or
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  6. I thought it was for a clockwork 351 wind up engine
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  7. I have the Retrosound Hermosa. I think it is a good option if you want to keep the "classic" look. The only issue is that is not that intuitive to use because in order to keep a classic look the buttons are not labeled. For speakers I have Kickers 5x7 in the doors and 6x9 at the rear. I also added a hidden Kenwood narrow subwoofer to the passenger kick panel area. The subwoofer made a whole world of difference in sound. You can't get too much bass out of the door speakers. I recently added tweeters to the dash.
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  8. 73 Red, white top, white interior (used to be anyway...), 351C, broken top motor, now it's just a permanent soft-top roof, working on replacing the FMX with an AOD
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  9. they look close enough. I'll need to get some at some point, shipping to UK is just getting silly. I need to make a trip out to the US and do some serious shopping once we get back to normality....
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  10. Not to go too far off subject, but almost every bar I go to sways after a few replacement drinks...
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  11. There are probably more rare hot parts hanging on walls and in hoards than on cars. When our generation dies out they will be worthless. Next generation wants the faster cars.
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