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JD79 last won the day on March 30 2018

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About JD79

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  • Birthday 11/30/1978

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    1973 Ford Mustang Q-code convertible


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  1. JD79


    Very nice collection! Room for 1 more ;-) A nice original Mach 1 maybe?
  2. Thanks! Always nice to read a mustang article:-)
  3. Welcome from the Netherlands. Nice car! I like the color
  4. No when I sent samples of all the bezels to the manufacturer, they decided the ones for the top and rear defrost would be too expensive Thanks for the info Don. Shame it is too expensive to repro those bezels. Most of the Top switch bezels have a lot of pitting. Guess the convertible production numbers of the the 71-73 are too low to justify the production.
  5. Hopefully the convertible top switch will be reproduced one day as well!
  6. That is horrible! Glad you are ok! I hope you get the insurance sorted out quickly. The amount of damage is shocking for the speed you were doing. It really shows how new cars have improved on safety. Good luck with the restoration.
  7. Beautiful car! I would keep it original if it was mine. Since it is a 1973 , my understanding is that you don’t need leaded fuel . The 1971 and 1972 apparently do need leaded fuel. Maybe somebody else on the forum has more info regarding the leaded fuel requirement....
  8. Great work David! Thanks for sharing. I am very interested in a correct layout for my car since my car will be restored as close to factory correct as possible.
  9. I had a look and found this one. There was somebody on eBay a while ago that had quite a few NOS light switch bezels , but they were gone really quick ... https://www.ebay.com/itm/1971-1972-MUSTANG-COUGAR-HEADLIGHT-SWITCH-WITH-KNOB-BEZEL-NUT-ASSEMBLY/274198526743?hash=item3fd7817b17:g:fDIAAOSwQGteGpjw
  10. The new buttons are very easy. Thanks for the photo! The interior looks great!
  11. Hi, do you sell the trim rings/ hubcaps together with the steel wheels or are they available as a separate set? What is your asking price?
  12. Looks really nice! Can you take some photo’s of the back of the new reproduction seat buttons as well. Are they easy to install? I still have to re upholster my seats as well. Did you re-use the original foam for the front seats?

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