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About Kilgon

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    I know some stuff
  • Birthday 11/15/1950

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  • Vehicle(s)
    71 Sportsroof Bright Red.

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    Ross, Ohio
  • Region
    Northeast

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    Male

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  1. I couldn't have said it better myself. Sounds like we are married to the same woman.
  2. Once again another great video. You are making a lot of progress and it is starting to show. I envy the fact that your wife is able to work along side of you. What a great way to be restoring your car. Keep up the good work. PS - if you get tired of your wife you can send her my way - I'll even pay the air fare.
  3. You also can pm machattack. He just did his and they came out looking great. I can't find the post on it. Might have gotten the material from the site horsin around mentioned. Not for sure.
  4. I had trouble with the repos on my 71 fastback. The original old one fitted fine. The repos were a little bigger and I had to beat the inner part of the bracket back in to make it deeper and wider. A great thing to have to do on a freshly painted car. Below are a couple of pics before I made any adjustments. As you can see the new ones are wider and stick out some. You might be ok. It seems that it varies from one door to another. I got mine to fit after making the necessary adjustments - last picture..
  5. Welcome from Ohio. You are a true stang lover!
  6. Looks good to me. From your pics can't tell any difference in color. I need to get my bumper redone. Paint cracks along the back top side. Will try the SEM flex primer.
  7. Welcome from Ohio. You may also want to check out https://460ford.catsboard.com/. The site is devoted to BBF 429 /460. A lot of good info and friendly people. Good luck on your project.
  8. Don and Erin have always been very helpful. They have even taken extra time out to try to help me with an issue with my personal email account. Great people and great service.
  9. Sorry to hear. The damage speaks for itself when it comes to how hard she was hit. Glad that your wife seems to be ok. I wouldn't settle with the other insurance as far as any injury for several months until you are sure your wife is ok. As far as the car, pucker up because they are going to try to put it to you. Good luck.
  10. Glad to hear everything is ok and you are back home David. Take it easy for a few days. The cars will be there waiting for you like they have for the past 50 years.
  11. The ones that get me the most are the self inflicted - like touching the hot exhaust knowing that you will get burnt. Sticking your hand where you know it will get stuck. Grabbing a tool that you know will bust your knuckles. And yes- we all do it! And just remember when you are out in public - "The action of your stupidity is proportional to the number of people watching".
  12. Welcome from Ohio. Nice looking ride. I see the next owner standing next to it.
  13. You are doing well on the time. Took me a little over 3 years to get mine done. Just make sure you keep taking pictures so you can see your progress. They are a big motivational factor that will help keep you going and will give you that much more pleasure when you look back at what you started with and what you accomplished.
  14. Looks good. I don't see any reason it won't work well. The seam sealer will out last you.
  15. I think there is a Big Blue in Germany also!

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