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About imusa76

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    Mustang Guru
  • Birthday 02/22/1976

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  • Vehicle(s)
    1972 Mustang Convertable
    302 v2 FMX 2.79 rear end

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    Rhode Island
  • Region
    Northeast

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  1. That's the Re-pop I bought 4 years ago, and it still looks great. but id rechroming is $109 that's sounds like a good deal because you still have the OEM part, so you know the Fit and texture is Perfect!!!
  2. My car was a stock single exhaust, the embedded nuts were in the frame on the drivers side from the factory. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  3. Pretty sure you are referring to the Pastel Blue vert. I have given it some thought as we touched base on this last year as I recall. I recently purchased a new F-150 so that I could tow a trailer once in a while. Still have to look at a trailer... I haven’t ruled out a trip south... would not be interested in any judging of the car, to inconsistent when it comes to 71-3 years IMO. Would be a great show to attend for sure! Yes we did touch on it last year, we also have a section with Display only (put up a barracade) I tought it would be really nice to have a car that was on a magazine
  4. you should bring it to the 2018 MCA Grand National in New Hampshire, my Club is hosting it, and I will be working the show, it would be great to see it in person. www.granitestategrandnat.com/ www.motosho.com/event/5a0cedb02112e
  5. I Installed this kit in the spring, it was complete and was worth every penny see my tread below https://www.7173mustangs.com/thread-my-car-finally-has-pwr-disc-brakes This is the brake kit I bought https://leedbrakes.com/i-23438943-power-disc-brake-conversion-1971-73-mustang-4piston.html
  6. His and Hers His- 1972 Mustang Convertible Hers- 2005 Mustang GT convertible
  7. A friend of mine Al just sold his 1973 Show car and is selling off all of his extra parts, Email him with any parts you are looking for, he is located in Seekonk Massachusetts, but can be reached via email al1973mach1@comcast.net
  8. I've been trying to sell mine for ever, this issue is the cost of freight
  9. I'm interested in the hood, I can Pick it up, I live in RI about 1 hr away. please Email me some pictures imusa76@cox.net is it an OEM or aftermarket? iyman
  10. Tasca Ford in Cranston RI is only 5 miles from me, I have bought a few cars from them, I only use their parts department because they are close to me, as for their service DPT, I'm not a fan at all, I've had my share of issues with them. I know many people have used the Tasca Mod shop for tuning and Dyno runs, they do a very good job, but they know the guys personally which I'm sure makes a difference.
  11. jowens1126, I bought my Manual brakes to Power conversion kit back in the spring from Leed brakes, no modification to the fire all at all, its fit right in the stock opening after removing the block off plate, they also show you how to modify the pedal for power brakes, it 2" lower then manual. http://leedbrakes.com/ag-645546.645576.645577-1972-ford-mustang.html
  12. I noticed the Wet and Dry seen, and also the skid plates when it rolled over too. also the wooden fire hydrant, watch how it falls apart
  13. I have a Standard Flat hood at my house, very good condition, date stamped late January 1972 first $100 can have it + freight :)

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