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rio1856 last won the day on October 5 2020

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  1. I uploaded a pic of the safety wire you're referring too. I hope it comes up and you can see it Fabrice. In my opinion I think it looks neat and professionally done. 164134485.webp
  2. If you gently apply pressure to to gas pedal as the car rolls forward the ash tray cover won't slide open. So, obviously, the issue you are inquiring about involve two things. The first mechanical issue is the forces of gravity exerted on the lid and the second mechanical issue your ash tray lid suffers from is called the "Hauling Ass Syndrome", which activates the aforementioned first issue causing it to slide violently open and is a very common problem most of the ash tray covers in our cars, suffer from.
  3. WOW!!! Sir you are a very tough MAN!! Praying for you that you heal quickly and make a full and complete recovery.
  4. My wife named my mustang "The Mistress" due to the amount of my time and money I invest in it. I just call my Q code "The Sled".
  5. Check with either Don at OMS or Mike at Motorcity Mustang. Both are vendors here and both are OUTSTANDING!!! in supplying parts to help all of us, with our restorations and repairs.
  6. Hey man that's a very vert!! Welcome aboard from another Mustang owner in south Florida.
  7. I measured the gap on my Q code and it measures 0.35 in.
  8. I'm with Tony, I jumped back in the ring and joined him for round two.
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