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Does this car belong to any of you or did it? Please look at the rear spoiler and tell me who makes it. I have a 69 camaro spoiler that I plan on modifying to do the exact same thing, do you think that is what that is? Is that not a fantastic looking car?

 

72 Mustang Convertible

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Yeah, spooler looks pretty good. Makes the truck lid a little 'fat' though.

 

Nice looking car. Really the wrong wheels for it.

 

Not much description. No pictures of the motor.

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73 Convertible - 351C/4V CC heads/4bolt/forged flat tops/comp 270/rhodes/mallory unilite/tri-power/hookers/glasspacks/c6/3.50 limited slip/Gear Vendors/Global West sub frames, strut rods and shelby style traction bars/ Rear sway bar/tilt steering (not original)

 

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Spoiler looks cool....saw one on a 67 convertible done the same way gave it a nice clean look.

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I saw one on a 70 mustang but it was not as smooth a job as this one. I think that the guy missed up and used bondo on this one though. I will not make that mistake.

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1954 Ford F100

 

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Yeah, spooler looks pretty good. Makes the truck lid a little 'fat' though.

 

Nice looking car. Really the wrong wheels for it.

 

Not much description. No pictures of the motor.

 

That's because it had a small block chevy in it.

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Just cruising along minding our own business when BAM!!! The LAWS show up.

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Yeah, spooler looks pretty good. Makes the truck lid a little 'fat' though.

 

Nice looking car. Really the wrong wheels for it.

 

Not much description. No pictures of the motor.

 

That's because it had a small block chevy in it.

 

 

LOL Now that is funny. It came with a 302 but of course no mention in the ad. I already called the guy and asked for info and photos. I was able to print a few for future records.

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1973 Dodge Challenger RT

1972 Mustang Grande Coupe

1954 Ford F100

 

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Just give me a few months. When I do it and it works I may just have the body shop stamp about a dozen of them just to see what happens.

2011 Buick Regal

2010 Ford F150 Screw

2002 Triumph Trophy

1973 Dodge Challenger RT

1972 Mustang Grande Coupe

1954 Ford F100

 

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I find this very hard to believe from the listing:

 

Condition Report

Original Paint

No Visible Dents

No Visible Rust

No Known Bodywork

 

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Mike AKA Ole Pony & Rare Pony
Our current Mustang garage/driveway
1973 Mustang Convert - Bought in 1974 - Still have it!
2004 Mach 1 Oxford White Auto, Bought Sept 06

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Does this car belong to any of you or did it? Please look at the rear spoiler and tell me who makes it. I have a 69 camaro spoiler that I plan on modifying to do the exact same thing, do you think that is what that is? Is that not a fantastic looking car?

 

72 Mustang Convertible

 

It's a Duck tail spoiler they make them for late models maybe someone custom fitted that one.

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I find this very hard to believe from the listing:

 

Condition Report

Original Paint

No Visible Dents

No Visible Rust

No Known Bodywork

 

Fully Detailed

 

Yeah, you and I know thats horsecrap if for no other reason than the paint job is not original and the spoiler mentioned had a oops with bondo that can be seen from a mile away.

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2010 Ford F150 Screw

2002 Triumph Trophy

1973 Dodge Challenger RT

1972 Mustang Grande Coupe

1954 Ford F100

 

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What I did was I bought a new spoiler for a 1969 Camaro. Its exactly the right length and shape, is just does not have the proper curve for the trunk lid. Hence the large gap in the one on the photo. What I am going to try to do is shape the spoiler with a band saw to get the proper curve in the bottom. If that does not appear to work I am going to have a buddy put it in his powder coat oven and heat it enough to bend it into the right shape. Either way, I am going to have a spoiler on my trunk lid and not the one used on the Mach. It looks great on the fastback but not on the coupe IIMHO.

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2002 Triumph Trophy

1973 Dodge Challenger RT

1972 Mustang Grande Coupe

1954 Ford F100

 

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I saw a custom ducktail on a 73 mach 1 once. It also had a custom tail light panel with 67 shelby style tail lights and extensive fab work done to the bumper and rear valance with center rectangular exhaust tips, looked very nice actually.

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