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  1. Currently listed on Ebay......lots of flaky buyers...... A pair of used fenders (Driver and Passenger) for a 1973 Ford Mustang. These came off my 1973 Mustang Mach 1 (replaced with new metal and I should have kept these). The insides are painted black with some undercoating to protect against rust and corrosion---outsides were primered when I got the car.....there is some surface rust and it looks like to over-spray that will need to be sanded, conditioned and ready for paint and install. I do have a set of front moldings and side marker lights and bezels I can include for an additional $50....they are in good condition. Located in Grand Prairie, Texas (Dallas area)....free local pick-up, however, I can ship...but it is expensive....looking to get $300-$400 for the set.... Anthony 468-658-5622 ursinitx@gmail.com
  2. My 73 Mach 1 had damage on both sides and I replaced the damaged areas with replacement rocker panels....no issues or problems. Cutting the old ones out and shaping the area took more time then welding in the new pieces----just take your time.
  3. I removed my seat pans and moved them back 2"....welded and sealed...then re-installed the seats...plenty of room.
  4. Welcome to the Forum...from another Texan....
  5. I may be able to assist you....I have a trunk pan that I cut out --in 2 pieces that could be welded and seamed as one....and a used tank from my 73 Mach 1 in great condition..... Let me know if you are interested and I can get some pics.... Anthony
  6. I do have a spare one----I was fortunate to find an NOS one for my car--pricey, but did the trick. My spare is in excellent shape---needs some sanding and a coat r primer.... Anthony
  7. arursini

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    Welcome from the great Land of Texas....
  8. I live in Dallas and travel Texas....I have seen that car and I would not give more than $4K---too much concealed rust that you will need to ferret out and for a restoration--- you will be replacing metal....
  9. Contact Don at Ohio Mustang....
  10. Too much work for me....I just replaced the cowl on my Mach 1....not too hard and the welding was easy.....used POR 15 on the inner clamshell before sealing together....
  11. I have a few.....I am restoring a 73 Mach 1 Q Code without a heater and have pack ratted a few....let me check
  12. I relocated my floor pans back 2".....all the room I need and I am 6 foot 255
  13. Tom, I have a 73 Q Code Fastback and bought my rear X-member from NPD...fit perfectly and I even bought new fuel tank straps....see link below for the following: National Parts Depot #010780-2A cost is $109.95 and is a normal stock item. https://www.npdlink.com/store/products/mustang_rear_floor_crossmember_repro_exact_fit-146898-484.html Best, Anthony
  14. All, Don has been a savior for me, not only for hard to find parts, but the information and "Mustang Tribal Knowledge" he has is invaluable. OMS's prices are always competitive, normally in stock and comes with Don's support; when needed. I have bought from the other Mustang Suppliers...most do a good job---some make mistakes---however the biggest issue I find is lack of knowledge about you intricacies of the vehicles. When you want the right part and correct info to ensure proper fit and long term use----call Don at Ohio Mustangs. Anthony Ursini
  15. I mounted mine 2" back for legroom....it is a fastback and the rear seats, in my mind, are for show.... Anthony
  16. I believe I may have one....if you are still looking. I will need to check Anthony I am still looking! Mike, I found the pedal---it still has the bushings and brake switch attached....send me your email and I will send you some pics....my email is ursinitx@gmail.com Anthony
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