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  Hi From Illinois !
Posted by: MachSport72 - 07-25-2010, 10:22 PM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (4)

Hi all..just joined today!
Be sure to check out my post on the Sportster concept I am attempting to build. Kinda been a dream for awhile, and still in the art and planning stage until time and family permits finding a car. If all goes well, that will most likeley happen next summer........

Best to you all brothers!

  Hi from NC
Posted by: Mikes73stang - 07-23-2010, 06:02 PM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (4)

I just found this site while reading on 460Ford forum, and thought I'd check it out. I have a 73 sports roof with a 4V cleveland. It's pretty tired now and has been built several times, so I am in the process of building a stroker big block with Kaase P51 heads. Heres a pic of it in its current configuration.

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  New guy from Alabama
Posted by: Nance - 07-23-2010, 12:14 PM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (5)

[attachment=47]Not realy. I like this forum.Good job!

  My 1972 Mustangs
Posted by: vamach1 - 07-22-2010, 10:43 PM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (11)

I''v had the 72 Mach since 1981. It's covertly modified for spirited driving on road courses. I picked up the one of fifty sprint convertibles about 7 years ago. It is all stock and 90% original. I've done more parades than I can count. I've had the 2004 Mach1 two years and I love it.

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  New guy from SW PA
Posted by: vertstang73 - 07-22-2010, 08:01 PM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (7)

Hello All,

Barry aka Rocketfoot suggested that I join this site and I am glad that I did. the 71-73 mustang are the redheaded step children of the mustang world but not here.

I have a 73 convertible with a 351C that has been stroked to 408. The engine was built by MME Racing.

  Andrew from SE Pennsylvania
Posted by: andrewjs18 - 07-22-2010, 01:05 AM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (17)

don't own any mustangs, but I'm a friend of RocketFoot's and will help him manage the forums.

I have owned some older cars in the past. I'll have to get some photos up of them.


  Hello from Dallas
Posted by: tx-skydiver - 07-20-2010, 01:59 PM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (13)

My first car was a 73 Mach 1 and really missed it over the years. After an unsuccessful search to buy it back, I found a fantastic 72 Q-Code that is in need of a complete restoration. I have it stripped down and it is ready for blasting/dipping. I hope to have it on the road soon.

I also drive a 2007 Mustang GT
My better half drives a 2004 Mustang GT

  1971 Mach-1 429 Super Cobra Jet
Posted by: 429Cobra - 07-19-2010, 08:00 AM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (4)

Hallo everyone and greetings from the land of the midnight sun.

It's nice to now that there is a page for these "forgotten" Mustangs.

There are a few 1971-1973 Mustangs here on Iceland of all kindes from ht to conv.

I bought my car in 1987, a 1971 Mach-1 429SCJ with drag pack.
The car has never been restored and has only 45.000 miles on it and it's number match.

More later.
Halfdan Sigurjonsson

Here are som pictures taken last night (7-18 2010):

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Got two of my buddys to join me, hope to get more Mustangs later.
From left:
1971 Mach-1 351 Cleveland H code.
1971 Mach-1 351 Cleveland 4V 300hp M code.
1971 Mach-1 429 Super Cobra jet Ram Air J code.

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  Hello from Phoenix Arizona 1972 Mach 1
Posted by: Mach1Club.com - 07-17-2010, 01:16 PM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (29)

Just wanted to introduce myself. Some members here may know me, I was referred by OLE PONY. Nice to see more 71-73 Mustang sites coming online! Hopefully this will get reproduction parts growing more. I sure could use some interior pieces! Big Grin

Anyway I have a 72 Mach 1, still needs some work but runs really good for a car with 96k miles on it. I want to get to the restoration but frankly I cant afford it right now, and besides, once its restored its hard to enjoy it more. Right now I don't care if it gets rock chips, but its still presentable.

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Hope this site does well! Its definitely a lot of work I know that for sure! Tongue

  hello from IL
Posted by: machman_73 - 07-16-2010, 08:02 PM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (12)

Great to be here. I have two 73's. I bought my fastback 18 yr's ago and my mach 1 2 yr's ago both are H codes. Just did an engine swap and trans rebuild on the mach. Still have a few lose ends.