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    1971 429 CJs: Grabber Lime, Grabber Blue, White, Dark Green Metallic (2), Pewter, Red Convertible 1972: Sprints (3), 1973: Pink Convertible (2)

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  1. Sorry about that. I have been messaging folks without any issues, but when I looked tonight it had messages from 7-9 years ago on it. I cleaned those all out. I will send you an email.
  2. Take a look at these pictures and see if this matches up to the drivers one. Convertibles will not have the sliding hold in the middle of the chrome because they didn't have shoulder belts. These are for a fastback and coupe.
  3. I should have one down at the garage, let me get you a picture.
  4. Dang, If I would have know that, I would have traded my 07 GT-500 for that. My Shelby only had 1700 miles on it. I have a 93 Cobra R with 900 miles on it, but am keeping that one to drive.
  5. Am interested. How much to ship to 48188? Tried to send you a message but it says you can't receive them. Not sure why.
  6. Sorry for the delay in responding. The holes on the back panel are 1/4" holes. where the clips go through.
  7. We are here to have fun!!! We did the same with Midlife, we got into Pink Flamingo's on his post, but I think he started it!!!
  8. I originally thought the reddish finish originally was like loctite, to stop them from coming loose. But it seems to be just a finish, so not sure why to be honest. Hopefully someone on the forum can tell us why. I did the same on the front suspension with the reddish nuts.
  9. Interesting quote on the bottom with your signature. I have that same quote on my drag car!!!
  10. I have those in my parts area in containers. Whenever I take apart a 71-73 Mustang, I keep all the fasteners. I am lucky enough to have a couple of original cars along with 30+ parts cars, so I use those as templates if I am not sure of the exact fastener.
  11. I taped around the area I wanted to paint, including covering the taillight openings. Then used a scuff bright pad on where the black was going to go, and then just used spray paint (semi-gloss black) to paint it. I ended up painting my fuel tank straps with cast blast (natural color) and the carriage bolts should be a lighter finish. The nuts I painted a mixture of reds/maroons to make it look the factory color (which you can buy from AMK, but I like using my originals and blasting them and painting them back). I have seen comments where some straps were black and others natural fin
  12. Yes sir. Took your advice and looked at one of my other original cars and used that as a template. I made mine a little too perfect though rather than the way the assembly line did it.
  13. I bought my Boss 351 for $38,000 about 5 years ago. Mine is not concourse, but a very nice car. So guessing he is a little high on the pricing as you guys stated because of the non originality. But what a great car to drive and enjoy if you can get it at a reasonable price.
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