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Mine was under the sound deadner and totally un-salvagebale...half of it is still stuck to the floor frame and is legible but not sure how to remove it without destroying it...any ideas?

 

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Mine was also under the sound deadner in the rear. The front one was between the carpet and sound deadner however they put one of the drivers front seat bolts through it.

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Jbojo ,

 

I restored some buildsheets for some guys at this forum.

It's not a real buildsheet when i finished with it but a PDF.

You can print it for display on a carshow .

 

I can make you one if you want ??

 

JB

 

I found 2 in my car. One was under the rear seat and the second was under the driver seat. Both under the carpet. They were not salvageable after 40 yrs there.

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My 73 Dearborn vert had one under front passenger side front carpet. Nothing left of it except a colorized impression into the floorboard.

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My 73 Dearborn vert had one under front passenger side front carpet. Nothing left of it except a colorized impression into the floorboard.

 

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I was looking at some old pictures I took and that's how I noticed where mine was.

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I found two copies in my 73 convertible. The 73 Mustangs were supposed to be the last of the Mustang convertibles, so back in 1974 I thought I would go to great lengths to preserve mine. Since I had noticed that some of my parent's older cars had rusted floorboards and trunks I decided to remove the seats and carpets to rustproof the floors. That's when I found both of my copies and preserved them. I don't exactly remember where they were, but I think one was under the rear seat and one under the carpet up front.

 

Here are pics of them. Between both copies and can make out all of the codes:

 

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Steve - did you ever get the spreadsheet going that you mentioned in this thread? I am specifically looking for alternator codes (Line D, positions 16 and 17 on the build sheet) for 1973 Mustangs. In 1973 there were several alternator types used and I'm trying to figure out which codes go with which alternators.

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73 Mach 1 Blue Glow/Argent Q Code C6 Auto

73 Mach 1 Blue Glow/Argent Q Code 4 Speed

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too bad you cant make an accsess database for the info.

the user would enter the year, plant, body style, and engine code. example 2F03F

and have the spredsheet display all of the data that a car with those specs might have had on the build sheet.

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too bad you cant make an accsess database for the info.

the user would enter the year, plant, body style, and engine code. example 2F03F

and have the spredsheet display all of the data that a car with those specs might have had on the build sheet.

 

Great idea! This is a very ambitious project. But I also see its value.

 

Good luck and I'm sure we will all help as much as possible.

 

Ray

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1972 Q code 4 speed convertible 

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I was able to populate a few cars, but not too many people came back with buildsheets for me to enter. If anyone wants to scan their sheets and send them to me I can enter them in a spreadsheet.

 

Steve - I'll check and see what I have for 73's.

 

Iyman - I'm not a database guy and I don't know the first thing about building them. If someone is interested in that, I can help them as much as possible and provide the information I've already collected.

Steve

 

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Steve - did you ever get the spreadsheet going that you mentioned in this thread? I am specifically looking for alternator codes (Line D, positions 16 and 17 on the build sheet) for 1973 Mustangs. In 1973 there were several alternator types used and I'm trying to figure out which codes go with which alternators.

 

Steve,

 

My '73 has code 7A for the alternator.

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Iyman - I'm not a database guy and I don't know the first thing about building them. If someone is interested in that, I can help them as much as possible and provide the information I've already collected.

 

if I get some free time, I can make a template in Microsoft Accsess and we can enter it.

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Steve - 73 L Code, alternator 4G. 72 F code sportsroof, alternator 5A. 72 R code, alternator 5i. 72 F code Mach 1 4V, alternator DA. 72 H code coupe, alternator SA. Lots of options out there apparently.

 

Iyman - I'll e-mail the spreadsheet over.

 

Everyone - if you don't mind sharing your buildsheets it will help everyone. I'll delete the serial numbers.

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I found another build sheet, It is a 71 H code Grande, the BS says it is a 5A alternator code. Just like the 73 H code bs I have. I checked the assembly manuals, they show 7 different alternators were possible.

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thanks for the alternator info so far. I started a separate thread for this topic of collecting alternator info at the following location:

http://www.7173mustangs.com/thread-1973-mustang-alternator-applications

Please post all future build sheet/alternator code data there. Thanks!

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73 Mach 1 Blue Glow/Argent Q Code C6 Auto

73 Mach 1 Blue Glow/Argent Q Code 4 Speed

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I found another build sheet, It is a 71 H code Grande, the BS says it is a 5A alternator code. Just like the 73 H code bs I have. I checked the assembly manuals, they show 7 different alternators were possible.

 

Judge, would you mind e-mailing the buildsheets to me? I can PM you my e-mail.

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Does anyone have a Build Sheet on a factory ram air car? Interested to know notation on Row B box 40.

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67 S-Code Factory GT with 4-Spd

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Just what I needed to confirm. I had a ram air build sheet on another computer that crashed and noted F for functional ram air and N for non-functional in my written notes. Someone in a different forum was questioning that and I did not want to respond without confirming my notes. Thank you

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67 S-Code Factory GT with 4-Spd

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For those trying to remove or clean up their build sheets. Use wax and grease remover. Pep boys or any auto paint supplier will have it. Keep it wet if in the car. It will float loose. When out of the car I lay it flat in a 1" deep baking pan, I put about a 1/4" of the wax and grease remover in the pan. The asphalt base will float off in a few days work without hurting the paper or print.

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I'm trying to build a spreadsheet to transfer my build sheet information but part of mine is missing. Can someone provide the headings for the following positions: F30, F33, F34, F35. Looking for the column names from the build sheet blank dated Aug. 1972. The sheets do appear different for different years. Lots of pictures are posted but they are not clear when zooming in on the small letters printed on the form.

 

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Jeff,

 

I have a build sheet I found in a junkyard car that was built in late 72 (73 model). I can't read the date of the build sheet blank.

 

F30 Front End/Steering Wheel Column/Color...COL in field

F33 Front End/Steering Wheel Column...1st Gear Lockout in field

F34 Front End/Steering Wheel Column...Trans in field

F35 Front End/Steering Wheel Column...Type Shift in field

 

Jeff

 

I'm trying to build a spreadsheet to transfer my build sheet information but part of mine is missing. Can someone provide the headings for the following positions: F30, F33, F34, F35. Looking for the column names from the build sheet blank dated Aug. 1972. The sheets do appear different for different years. Lots of pictures are posted but they are not clear when zooming in on the small letters printed on the form.

 

Thanks

Jeff

1972 Q Code Convertible

 

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