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That is a nice looking car. Very nice job on all of the work that you have done.

 

What to do with your spare time, uh, DRIVE IT

My Mustang Corral

1965 Coupe, 200 6 cyl, auto

1969 Fastback, built 302, auto

1973 Mach 1, 351 clevland, auto

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That is a nice looking car. Very nice job on all of the work that you have done.

 

What to do with your spare time, uh, DRIVE IT

Lol, Ya lookin forward to that!

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Great job I have one same color same interior sitting the back yard rusting away, lol. 

I thought only the 71 got the Mach 1 badge and no side stripes? I am for sure not up to speed on them.

When a man is in the woods and talks and no women are there is he still wrong??:P

David

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You can eat off of that! Love the blue interior, great looking car.

 

A 2V ram air. Does that make sense?

 

Enjoy your car :-)

V.

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You can eat off of that! Love the blue interior, great looking car.

 

A 2V ram air. Does that make sense?

 

Enjoy your car :-)

V.

Vinnie,

Remember Ford screwed up the certification of the 351 4-V with ram air and decided not to redo it so only 2-V for most of 72 and all of 73 with ram air.

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When a man is in the woods and talks and no women are there is he still wrong??:P

David

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Great job I have one same color same interior sitting the back yard rusting away, lol.

David

 

Whenever her shell is gone and you want to get rid of the blue interior, please drop me a line. :whistling:

I'm interested in.

 

Frank

1972 Mach 1, 351C-2V, wimbledon white, blue all vinyl luxury

born in Dearborn, grown in the district of San José, spent a lifetime in California, moved to Germany in 2010

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Thanks guys, it has been a labor of love for sure. I really felt this car deserved better than to have had to sit outside and slowly die.

Hard to believe it'll be 50 in a few years!

 

 I stumbled upon this website when I first started the project and was amazed at the

dedication of this group of people to these cars.

I had been an early Mustang guy all of my life. (got my 67 fstbk 39 years ago.)

Again, I appreciate this website very much as I went through this car.

 

I would love to get it painted now....(that was covered in another post. not easy here in bay area, Ca)

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