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  1. I spoke with Gary again and here's what the PCB layout will look like. See the attached PDF file Per Gary, "I have 12 white LEDs for the reverse lights. Intermixed there are 9 amber on a separate circuit. This way, someone can use the reverse light lens as an amber turn light. May be useful in Europe and Australia." They'll cost $295 a set Anyone ready to sign up for a set? I'm in for 1 right now myself. Curtis PCB 3D Print.PDF
  2. Thanks for the reply David. I never said my lights were dim. I want and will have LED lights on my cars and I know others want the same. I'm also looking into reconfiguring my tail lights to 3 full red segments so they can be different and fully sequential instead of a reverse light in the middle. Curtis
  3. Hi, I'm in talks with Gary from VintageLEDS.com over on vintage-mustang.com about LED tail light setup for our cars. Here's the discussion: https://www.vintage-mustang.com/threads/vintage-leds-product-expansions.1182195/ He asked me to ask you all about who'd be interested in a setup for our cars and how it needs to be installed. Are you more interested in just plug and play insertion into the current tail light housing with no modifications? He said these would be more expensive b/c have to split it into 3 boards vs 1 to go into the 3 segments. I asked about removing the 2 partitions in the housing and utilizing a cone to direct the backup white light to that lens and let the rest of the area be the usual stop/tail/turn light. This way it can reduce cost and be 1 board, although you'd have to modify your tail light housing by cutting out the partitions. What's your pick? 3 segments or 1? He mentioned Dapper lighting @ https://www.dapperlighting.com/products/1971-1973-ford-mustang-advanced-sequential-led-tail-lights Their product uses 3 boards but cheaper quality, smaller LED's than he utilizes and isn't the quality product he produces. Let me know your input here and I'll pass it on to Gary, then post back here for you. No investment in the product, just trying to help a fellow Mustang guy and small business man (now that he's laid off from company merger) Curtis
  4. Interested in the msd pickup coil. What's your price on it?
  5. That's not a 71-73 tail light panel. Looks to be for a '70 if I remember correctly.
  6. Please send pictures to cdesaulos at g mail dot com. Interested in it.
  7. Aw, crud. I didnt realize they're pickup only. My brain went right past that . Oh well. They can go via greyhound reasonable if I could convince you to wrap them up somehow and I pay for it. Ot maybe drop off at a ups store where they wrap and ship.
  8. How much for the black, right side seat back panel? Curtis Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  9. I'm interested if David passes on it. Sent from my hammer and chisel using Tapatalk
  10. David, Send you a pm. I need 2 please. Thanks, Curtis Sent from my hammer and chisel using Tapatalk
  11. I'm interested in the fold down parts. Pics of what you have? I'll pm my email. Thanks, Curtis Sent from my hammer and chisel using Tapatalk
  12. I'm interested in the wiper bezel and the lighter bezel, possible the fuel line. What are the prices on those items?
  13. Love the Calypso Coral color. Paint it that again, not black. Sent from my hammer and chisel using Tapatalk
  14. I received it all. Thanks again. Sent from my hammer and chisel using Tapatalk
  15. I'd like the 73 vacuum and wiring books, Hollander and Ford interchange and the 9" video. Sending you a p.m. Sent from my hammer and chisel using Tapatalk
  16. I need the rear window panel for my convertible D1ZZ-7640310-A should be the part number Sent from my hammer and chisel using Tapatalk
  17. There's no water going thru a 351 Cleveland intake. That looks like a thermactor air pipe that's been thru a fire. Sent from my hammer and chisel using Tapatalk
  18. You would think they would include the splice connectors if they aren't including the vacuum switch connector. Sent from my hammer and chisel using Tapatalk
  19. The mirror control chrome bezel is a nut that screws on. If you're careful, use a pairbof water pump pliers/ channel lock pliers, tape the jaws well so they won't mar the finish and grab the outer ring and twist it counter-clockwise. It'll spin off. Be sure when you remove the control from the old door panel you also get the tabbed washer on the control body to reinstall it. Curtis Sent from my hammer and chisel using Tapatalk
  20. David, tried to pm you about my earlier post. Your pm box is full. I need the transition panel at the front of the trunk opening to the convertible well opening. The flat panel immediately in front of the trunk lid when closed, mine is rusted thru although my car doesn't have much rust elsewhere. Thanks, Curtis Sent from my hammer and chisel using Tapatalk
  21. You could always name the car "Ilean" lollerz Sorry, couldn't pass it up after the day I've had.
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