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JimB73

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JimB73 last won the day on December 1 2019

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About JimB73

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    Mustangs are cool

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    1973 Mustang convert

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    WA
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  1. Really nice results! I have played with trying to make a template to do the same thing but with no luck yet....Great job!
  2. Welcome to the site and to another convertible owner. It's great that you have hung on to the car all that time. I will be following your proress on the AOD swap as I am interested in doing this to mine too.
  3. Does the car you are parting out have the rear quarter panel ashtray? Do you know if it is the same for a 73 mustang convert? I'm looking for one in GOOD condition. Thanks!
  4. Nice!! That's a long time to wait! Look forward to seeing the pictures and following the project.
  5. Sorry I missed your earlier post. I tried finding anything that references a part number for the bracket but didn't find it in the books I have, maybe someone with more in-depth parts catalogs would be able to find. You may want to check with Don @ OMS or MotorCity Mike to see if they have them from parts cars.
  6. Never too many pictures! the detail is great. Your doing an amazing job on this and the effort when done will show.
  7. Do you have the rear quarter panel ashtray with lid? Looking for one in good condition. Thanks!
  8. Congrats on the move. Hope you are able to find a place that will work for both you and the business. I have relatives in the area, great place to visit 9 months of the year, this year was a little too warm.....
  9. made me laugh out loud when I saw the pic -Anyone that has run an older car can appriciate that picture and the meaning of having extra oil on board
  10. Good luck on the restoration! ours started out pretty similar to what you have (not as much body work but the rest looks very familair!!) It's a process and at times it seems like it will never get done and will usually end up costing more then expected but when it starts to come together it is great feeling. Best advise, as most other on here have said is to bag and tag everything and take LOTS of pictures. For us, having the pictures to look back on has saved our bacon more times then I can count! And, this forum :)
  11. Thanks for additional details on the wires (clips are part of the harness), that helps! Was there anything holding the vacuum lines on the passenger side or did they just lay on the top of the intake? The passenger side valve cover had bracket also so was wondering what it was used for.
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