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rocro

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About rocro

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    Mustangs are cool

Vehicle Info

  • My Car
    72 Mach 1
    351 4v CJ Q code
    Ram Air
    Auto, P.S., Front Disc
    Wimbledon White

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    The Villages, FL
  • Region
    Southeast

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  1. 1972 Ford Mustang Mach 1 – 351 Cleaveland Q code Cobra Jet, Ram Air (functional), C6 Auto, 3:50 Trac- loc Differential Rare (one of one), Original, Numbers Matching car. Very well equipped with: Pwr Steering, Pwr Disc Brakes (frt), Pwr Windows, Sport Interior with Full Guage Package, Cold A/C (converted to R134a). Wimbledon White with Vermillion Red/Black Interior. Paint, Chrome, and Body is in excellent condition. 15” Magnum 500 Wheels with BF Goodrich T/A’s. Interior has been Newly Upholstered with New Headliner, Carpet, and Dash Pad. Car is in Very Good Mechanical Condition – Driv
  2. Great looking car - I'm a bit partial to that color scheme myself!
  3. +1 on the Retrosound Model 2 - I installed the same system in my "72 Mach 1, and love the sound and look.
  4. Welcome from FL. Thank you for your service!
  5. My '72 Mach 1 build date was 5/16/72 - the lid is painted blue with 351 4V decal.
  6. Congrats from another Q code owner - Great looking car!
  7. My next door neighbor had three Mustangs (a '65 Fastback, a '66 Shelby Hertz GT350, and a '72 Mach 1) stored in an aircraft hanger that he owned. He sold the hanger, and asked me to help him get the cars home. He was able to put two of them in his garage and asked if I could keep the other (the Mach) in my driveway for a while until he could sell it. At first, the '72 was my least favorite of the three, but the longer I looked at it sitting in my driveway, it really grew on me and I ended up buying it from him. The other deciding factor was that I couldn't afford either one of the other two ca
  8. Hey Ron, I'm assuming you had A/C before the Classic Auto Air install? If not (and it was a non-A/C car), how did you handle the idler pulley/belt set-up? My complete CAA replacement kit (mine was non-A/C) did not come with an idler pulley, belt specs, or anything for that portion of the install - everything else was absolutely perfect (as you said with your experience). I was advised to run the belt off the water pump/crank/power steering circuit and use the "string method" to figure out which belt fits. As 72HCODE mentioned, converting to R134A from R12 is doable without major compon
  9. I just (two weeks ago) completed the Classic Air conversion kit (new Sanden compressor, hoses, condenser) and am very happy with the outcome. I had the system completely flushed, evacuated, and charged with 134a at an A/C shop. It may not be quite as cold as the original York compressor with r12, but is keeping the car very cool even with the 100+ degree weather we have been having here in the DFW area. The folks at Classic Air were also very helpful and great to deal with. - just my experience. Ron
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