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    1972 Convertible - 351 Cobra Jet
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    Lakeway, TX
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  1. It’s a little dated, but a 1972 Convertible with 11k original miles on it. Not a ton of info, curious if it’s a Q Code. https://austin.craigslist.org/cto/d/austin-1972-mustang-convertible/7346572316.html
  2. Thanks for this, I think I can handle that repair. This is just a straight JB Weld Epoxy that you're applying?
  3. Hey Y’all, Is there any way to repair the vinyl on the door panels? It’s cracked and as we know, tough to find anything original. One is pretty badly damaged while the other isn’t too bad. Secondly, as you can see I have a black interior quarter panel while the car is actually a medium blue interior. Any recommendations for painting? I’ve used the AccuMatch interior spray paint on a few smaller items to freshen them up (seat hinge covers, etc) but that maybe doesn’t seem the way to go on something sizable? Very much out of my league on the interior.... Thanks, Sean
  4. Welcome from a fellow Austin area owner, Lakeway....looks like there’s a few Central Texans on here. Beautiful looking car!
  5. Hoping the experts here can help me with a rear seat belt question. There are no rear seat belts presently and I have 3 women who want to ride at the same time! Anyways, I have a 72 Convertible and the deluxe interior and I swear I saw somewhere that matters. It looks to me like these would just be the normal 2 point lap belts? I’m looking for the complete sets for both seats in the back. I don’t even care if they’re repro at this point, just want to verify that I’m on the right track before I waste time & money. Looking to get this trim panel off and get it medium blue to match the rest and get the seat belts in. Thanks y’all. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  6. Beautiful car, Sir!! Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  7. 72 Q Code convertible Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  8. From one new member to another, welcome! Beautiful car!!
  9. Awesome car and pics!!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  10. Sales Invoice also.... 1972 Mustang Ford Invoice.pdf
  11. New Member/New Owner..... Work finally slowed so I can finally post the Marti. Will post the sales invoice as a reply also. Sean
  12. They look great with the hubs, which is what my recent purchase was equipped with when it left production. Thank you for the links to Universal, I've been to Coker's website but I'll take any advice I can get.
  13. New Forum member and new owner of a ‘72 351-4V. Looking forward to bringing it up to the standards of many of the cars on the forum. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  14. Thank you for the reply/information Sir. I’ve already found these vendors and bookmarked them. Fair to assume the picture you posted of the wheel was the standard production line wheel? As I mentioned in a previous reply, I got the original invoice from Ford to the Dealer from Marti and the car was ordered with “Raised White Letter” Tires and Trim Rings/Hub Cabs. I’d have thought you’d go with mag wheels with non whitewall tires, but curious what you think. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
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