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About rolandmhall

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  • Birthday 12/09/1972

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    72 Mustang Coupe - Restomod

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    St. Louis, MO
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  1. Usually it's used in 73 models where there is this huge (bit ugly) gap between grille and rad support. My 71 (and yours) have the grille going deep, practically same depth as this cover. No need for a cover for 71, at least with the deep grille (and hood locks). The radiator is on the other side of the support and there is first a gap in between of say 4 cm/2 inches then its the front side of the radiator. Plenty for hot air to escape. As about the above piece. it will flap up/down, unless you'd use... double sided tape, which I believe is provided with this part. Considering how
  2. I met a guy at an All Ford show two weeks ago that installed a radiator cover on his car and it looked great. It did a great job of covering that ugly gap between the grille and the radiator. I'm really thinking about buying one for my car. I was wondering has anyone here purchased and installed one. If so what are your thoughts Here's the one I found. https://www.mustangsplus.com/1971-1972-1973-Mustang-Radiator-Grill-Cover.html
  3. I've had the spoiler sitting around for awhile. Finally got around to installing it on the coupe. I like it.....
  4. I get it. But for me it sure seems like a sign that our mustangs are finally being recognized in the classic car market and the prices are beginning to reflect the trend. I say to everyone hold on to your cars because the values are definitely rising. Everywhere I go i get compliments and people saying how much they love the big mustangs. In a few years that 43k is going to be a steal.
  5. It's not 'wrong', it's CUSTOM and it's those 'custom' touches that makes it worth $43K. +1. It's a custom pro touring setup. Fuel injected 347 stoker with a built aod transmission all polished with ac. If it was a 69 or 70 with the same specs and custom paint they would want 100k for it. For what it is its not too far off. I was thinking more around 38k or so.
  6. For sale at fast lane classic cars in st. Charles mo. https://fastlanecars.com/vehicles/2162/1971-ford-mustang
  7. Very nice. Wish mine was that clean when I started my build.
  8. A few shots for a Cars and Coffee meet I attended a few weeks back.
  9. Most recent shot of my interior It's not stock, but I like it....... Custom Center Console Reupholstered Seats with Suede inserts Painted the glove box to match the car Installed Kenwood Stereo with Bluetooth and hands free calling Summit All in 1 Monster Tach Gauge Pod cover carbon fiber plasti dipped
  10. Thank you. The color is called sonic blue. Pulled the color code from a 2003 cobra mustang.
  11. Hi Tony. Yes sir. I'll be there for sure with the Mustang. I may bring my 95 lightning as well
  12. Shot of my car from Cars and coffee show last week

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