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71 ramair 4-speed mach 1

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  1. looks like a cougar or torino with that high vin number.
  2. Your account has PM's disabled, so I sent it through the forum email system. My PayPal info was included in my email to you. -Kurt ok thanks
  3. They're in great shape, very little wear. I won't part them out though; they're in too good a condition to take apart. That said, your tracks may be scored and scratched pretty badly from metal-to-metal contact; it'd probably be worthwhile to swap the whole units. I can probably get it all in a $11.30 Medium Flat Rate or $15.30 Large Flat Rate box. Let me know. Yes, yes, and yes, though one of the sportlamps has a crack in the rear where the lamp socket goes in - it's in the photos. Trim is bend-free and excellent. Polish and install. Still have them. PM sent with shipping cost. -Kurt Thanks Kurt there is no pm in my inbox please resend. do you accept paypal?
  4. There are 2 bolt holes in the metal panel below the radio that looks like a shelf. They are on the left side toward the back. Hope this helps
  5. When you say the wiring is all hacked up, Do you mean the underhood and how bad is it? I am interested in the underhood if not totally butchered. Please let me know. Thanks Tom
  6. I used to have a 73 Mach 1 Q-code 4-speed and joined a registry out of Canada that catered to the 73 Q cars, and they sent me a letter with some interesting facts in it one of them being that all 4-speed cars came with dual points( I had not opened my dist. up before then I ran right out all excited and was overjoyed to find mine still in place.) autos with single. And the 73 4-speeds were credited with being the lowest 4-speed production in mustang history up to that point.
  7. The number should be stamped on the left front corner under the dashpot bracket.
  8. Same goes for me worked 6 days this week 14 hours a day and starting a night shift tonight, So technically worked 7 days this week! Sorry I have not been posting much, the construction business here has been good the last few months. maybe this winter will slow down a little then I can post more.
  9. Thanks for noticing the ad, I grew up there it was a great place to keep me out of trouble! I learned a lot they are both very knowledgeable on all things Mustang, They are my half brothers, But brothers just the same! Shawn turned me on to the 71-73 mustangs they still have my first one in the back for parts I bought it from them in 1985 for $500.00 it was an H-code 72 mach 1 I gave it back to them in the early 90's when I moved out here to Utah. It was rusted beyond repair for me at the time.
  10. What a neat find I love the oddball cars!
  11. I started it and listened for a few minutes then got depressed that I can't drive it! Then I shut it off and thought that I was lucky to have it, Life is good!
  12. Well according to the Marti book mustang by the numbers not one car left the factory after 1969 with cruise installed. I hope this helps answer your question. Tom
  13. I have been doing this since 1985 when I bought my first Mach 1 it was a 72 Green w/silver accents under the red primer, my car had a baby blue 73 front end on it so I had to primer it.. I bought all the parts off a complete 73 Mach 1 back then for $100.00 which included nasa hood,grille,all wiring for tach conversion front to back w/convenience group,console,folddown,rear spoiler and rimblow wheel. I used to scour the junkyards just about every weekend with my friends. But yes the internet has been good for finding the more obscure stuff.
  14. I had 15X8 magnums with 245/60/15 tires on the Mach 1 and they fit and looked perfect! Regards Tom
  15. I am a white T-shirt guy! It gets way hot here in Utah in the summer very dry heat so the lighter the better. I think white with the black logos would stand out very well! I would be in for a 2X. :worthlesswithoutpics: Can we see the designs you would put on the back?
  16. Yes, That would be cool I put mine in the registry section and have had a lot of lookers for sure. Mine is one of the most viewed on the registry!
  17. The 15X7 dog dish wheels were standard on boss 351 cars. They were only made in 15X7 inch width's not 7.5 inch I hope this helps.
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