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  1. Here ya go https://www.ohiomustang.com/store/order_page.asp?itemid=3263 Ryan
  2. Jeff, I don’t believe that Wes’s spoiler is on backwards. It looks right to me. By the way Wes, the wheels look really nice. Ryan
  3. Thanks for the info guys! I have the SEM Landau black on order. Ryan
  4. I know that they are in this kit https://www.ohiomustang.com/store/order_page.asp?itemid=3289 but I don’t know if you can buy individuallly. Ryan
  5. Tim, the package tray is a piece ordered from CJ Pony Parts. I then covered it with black vinyl upholstery. The speakers are Alpine 6x9. I mounted them in the stock hole location under the metal package tray, that way I didn’t have to cut any metal away, I then cut the holes out in the package tray board and mounted the covers on top.
  6. I test fitted all my rear interior panels and rear seat today, now it’s time to take it all back out and paint the panels. What color is the quarter and the small pieces below the sail panels supposed to be? This is a 72 Mach 1 black standard interior. The dash is the black charcoal metallic color
  7. Mike, looks like your making some good progress. Sorry to hear about the sway bar, that sounds like something that would happen to me. Just the other day I started getting all my dash pieces down from my garage attic to start putting together. I had painted everything some time ago, wrapped it all up with bubble pack so it would not get scratched up and put it up in the attic until I was ready for it. Well to my surprise when I unwrapped it all it had little round bubble pack spots all over everything that I painted. Lesson learned, I guess it got to hot and the plastic melted into the paint. Won't be doing that anymore. Also I noticed that one of the pedestals on my rear spoiler is cracked, so I'll be ordering a new set for that. Anyway, that's the kind of luck that I have been having, hope yours is going along smoothly. Ryan
  8. I’ve been off work for the holidays so I made a little progress. Installed the sail panels, package tray, rear speakers, heater/ac box, new door window glass, window felts and door panels. Next will be the dash.
  9. Thanks for all the suggestions guys. I bought the push in style interior fasteners, works great! Thanks again, Ryan.
  10. I’m starting to install the heater and ducts, what is supposed to hold the duct to the heater duct assembly. There are holes but nothing to go in them? Is there some kind of clips? Thanks, Ryan
  11. Glad your back at it Mike, looks like it’s coming along nicely! Can’t wait to see the finished product. Ryan
  12. Oh Man. DO NOT follow the directions on this video for '71-'73 Mustangs. That video is a great example that one size does not fit all - you shouldn't use those instructions for the later model cars with factory shoulder belts. I almost have to say, "Shame on CJPP for not making a separate video the later model cars - how many people have unnecessarily drilled new holes in their later model Mustangs following these directions?" That, and that headliner is so poorly installed, I had to look again because I thought the car might've been a convertible - what a horrendous job. Come to think of it, I don't recall having instructions for my kit, either. I guess it all just made sense to me, or something. '71-'73 Mustangs have anchors for 3-point belts from the factory, just not in such a tidy package like the Scott Drake system. The upper anchor was for the shoulder belt that tucked up against the headliner trim piece when not in use, and clicked into the receiver along with the lap belt, which was mounted at the factory lap belt retractor/anchor point on the inner rockers just behind the door openings. Use the shoulder belt upper anchor for the pivoting piece of the 3-point belt system, and the factory lower anchor points for the retractor & belt anchor, and receiver (transmission tunnel) locations. I don't know if the 'verts have anchors for shoulder belts in what I would imagine to be the same location as where they have you drilling the first mounting hole, but I would expect that method to work for the 'verts. But as for the coupes and sportroofs, you won't have to drill any new holes. I hope this helps someone to not punch any more holes in their '71-'73 Mustangs. UPDATE: That video is for the $110 No-Name/CJPP 3-point seat belt kit. The Scott Drake 3-point belt kit runs about $185 and are for the later model Mustangs ('68-'73' with factory shoulder belts) - requiring a separate set of mounting hardware for earlier models. Eric, thanks a bunch for the pictures. That helps out a lot. I kinda thought that was the way they were supposed to be mounted but i kept seeing others doing it differently. I didn’t want to drill holes in my new floor pans. Thanks to everyone else who replied, all input is appreciated. Ryan
  13. Do you have any pictures? I would like to see where and how you mounted the retractor. Thanks, Ryan
  14. I was under the impression that I could just use all the original mounting points, shoulder and the retractor. So I basically have to drill holes in the floor for the retractor?
  15. Has anyone installed these belts in there 71-73? https://www.cjponyparts.com/scott-drake-seat-belt-black-3-point-retractable-with-vintage-push-button-front-pair-coupe-fastback-1968-1973/p/SBR9B/ If so, any pictures on how they mount? I bought these but there is no instructions on how to mount them. Thanks, Ryan
  16. Sorry about that, I misunderstood which parts you were referring too. They are called1971-1973 Mustang Fastback Interior Rear Sail Trim Panels. The ones that you need are not available new. I got mine used from Don at Ohio Mustang. Ryan
  17. There is basically a small square piece of material (same material as the sail panel) with a hole in it to slide a door panel clip in it, glued to the back side of the sail panel. The clip gets pushed into a hole, this holds the panel in place. My new sail panels didn’t come with the small piece, I had to use my old ones. Hope this helps. Ryan
  18. I ended up going with autocityclassic. The glass was shipped and packaged well, no damage. There is no factory logos but I wasn’t concerned with that. Thickness and tint is correct and the prices are reasonable. Ryan
  19. That is good I o hear. This one of the places that I’ve been researching. The factory markings are not a concern. They seem to have the best prices that I’ve been able to find, I’m just worried about having glass shipped to me. I haven’t had the best luck with car parts being being shipped to me. I’m going to check locally at a glass shop to see what kind of price they have also, if this doesn’t work out then I’ll look into auto city classic. Thanks for the recommendation. Ryan
  20. I’m really looking at new rather than used. The used ones that I have looked at have scratches just like my own.
  21. Has anyone replaced their door window glass? If so, where is the best place to get it?
  22. My 72 Mach has the center latch and my 73 Mach has the side latch. Ryan
  23. This is one of the sharpest modified 71-73 Mustangs out there! Very tastefully done. Ryan.
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