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1973machi

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  1. I might be a little far for you but I have a 71 Mach I for sale. 351 cleveland 4v with a four speed. I am located outside of Lincoln, Nebraska.
  2. Thanks for the help guys. A dremel sounds a lot better than a drill. I assume just any bolts that fit will work and there is nothing special about them.
  3. On a 73 Mach I that has the riveted door glass, how easy is it to drill out the rivets through that access in the door and lift out the glass and bolt in the replacement? Or, what is the easiest way to do this?
  4. Do you still have the power steering hose bracket on top of the shock tower support?
  5. I need the power steering hose bracket and rubber for holding the looped hose on top of the shock tower support bracket.
  6. I just installed a pair of the Viking on the rear of my Mach I this weekend. Too much rain to take the car out and see how much different they are compared to the KYB that were on it.
  7. Are there any scratches in the door glass? Is it tinted?
  8. Has anyone smoothed out their firewall or cleaned up the cowl pinch weld? I would really like to do something with that area, just not sure what. I might possibly smooth out the aprons too.
  9. I attended a big indoor show this past February and beat a $200,000 build 69 Mach I for best Ford with my 73 Mach I. I have beaten several Camaros and so on for Best of Show and Best Engine awards. These years of Mustangs are actually starting to really gain in popularity. Well done. Yes, I think you might be right, our year Mustangs do seem to be gaining in popularity. I for one, hope it continues and a reason for the suggestion of a Virtual Car Show being as there might not be too many actual car shows to go to for quite some time. Unfortunately to this point, not too many have expressed any real interest. It's still up for discussion though. Since there are no cars shows going on right now, a lot of the smaller towns in my area are doing cruises on the weekends. This is also to promote people to get to go orders from the local eating establishments.
  10. I attended a big indoor show this past February and beat a $200,000 build 69 Mach I for best Ford with my 73 Mach I. I have beaten several Camaros and so on for Best of Show and Best Engine awards. These years of Mustangs are actually starting to really gain in popularity.
  11. Was this a pewter 71 fastback that you bought?
  12. I think I might be selling a 73 Mustang convertible. It will be a project or maybe a parts car. The floor pans, trunk floor and rear frame rails are really bad. The radiator support also needs to be replaced. I have new full length floor pans, trunk floor and frame rails that go with the car. The quarters and doors aren't too bad. It has used but good fenders on it. It has a running 302 automatic in it. No A/C but does have power disc brakes. The top is shot but it is all there. Even the rear glass window. It has a complete ginger interior that would need new seat covers and deluxe door panels. Someone that likes to weld would have a good time with this car. Just trying to decide if it is worth selling as a whole or parting out. Let me know what you all think. I'll try to get some pictures up later this week.
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