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Dark Horse

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  • Birthday April 18

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    1972 Mustang 351 CJ w/ auto Q code convertible. 1971 Chevelle SS 454 4 speed
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    Tampa, FL
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  1. My project car came with a Kee convertible top still in the box. It also came with the matching rear window in plastic. I'm pretty sure mustangs originally came with a glass rear window. In thinking about maybe buying the glass window but kinda wanted to get a feel of what others might think of glass versus plastic.
  2. Looking for the convertible switch itself (not bezel)
  3. Has anyone made thier own subframe connectors that go through the convertible brace? I am thinking of doing just that - cutting out a 2" wide slot thru the brace and welding in a a 2" square steel tube from the front frame rails to the back rails and then welding the support brace to either side. That way it would be extra stiff and incorporate the convertible brace as well. Thoughts?
  4. Looking for the steering wheel center and also the rear valance with cutouts. I realize it may be too much to ship valance but need the steering wheel center horn pad and any associated trim.
  5. Looking for the remote mirror bezel that is used on the interior on the door.
  6. I used New Way transport for the 72 q code from salt lake city, Utah to tampa 'florida $1200. . This is the second time I have used them, no issue at all
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