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Finished building a Mustang for my Granddaughter


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My Granddaughter turns three tomorrow and she loves Disney's movie Frozen, so I thought I get her a (Frozen) Mustang of her very own....  Since it was for the Grandchild, my wife even allowed me to assemble it in the house where I could void sweating my butt off in the garage. After hours of assembly including dealing with hood and trunk alignment issues... somethings never change, it was done just in time for big unavailing tomorrow. It even has a Shaker 500 radio which has one station... yep you guessed it, 24 hours of Frozen hits. I added a little classic Mustang look to it by painting the center caps red.... what do you think?

 

Yea I know the graphics are a bit over the top, but anything for my Granddaughter.

 

 

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Very nice. I'm sure she will be thrilled.

Mike AKA Ole Pony & Rare Pony
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1973 Mustang Convert - Bought in 1974 - Still have it!
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Awesome. My girls would love that.

73 Grande H Code. Headman long tube headers, T-5 Transmission, 3.70 Traclok, Lowered 1" all around, Aussie 2v heads w/ 2.19 intake, 1.71 exhaust, screw in studs, full roller cam 608/612 lift 280/281 duration LSA 112, Quick Fuel 750 CFM double pumper, AirGap intake.

 

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nice pop-pop.

but wondering minds want to know what or how are u going to store the vert for the next 13 yrs. 

u are talking about the vert right ???? the little car is neat but the black one is better for her...

again nice poppop... lollerz

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Very cool. I can see it being redone soon to look just like yours! :)

What brand is that min-Mustang? Just wondering for my niece's baby.

 

Thanks!

 

Ray

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Very cool. I can see it being redone soon to look just like yours!  :)

What brand is that min-Mustang? Just wondering for my niece's baby.

 

Thanks!

 

Ray

 

Its a power wheels brand. My niece has been driving it all around the neighborhood with her sister.

 

I think the stang will get passed down to her baby brother but I will need to give it a color change before that happens. 

 

Keeping the mustang family tradition going with future generations.

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Absolutely. I need to snap a few pictures the next visit.

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Here is one Im doing for my 4yo. I converted to 24 volts, billet motors, added LED light for the headlights, grille, and tail lights and some green under glow lights too. This thing should run 15-20mph.

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Nice! Like the green metallic and the Led lights. What brand is it? Post some pics when complete.

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Nice! Like the green metallic and the Led lights. What brand is it? Post some pics when complete.

 

 

It's one of the fisher price power wheels car. It was originally blue when my oldest son was younger he had it. Now I'm rebuilding it for my youngest. Got to make some battery brackets and tidy up the wiring and should be good to go. We painted it the factory grabber green from the new boss 302 cars and actually used the tri coat paint.

 

 

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