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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-09-2002
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I'm Performing a Full Restoration on a 1967 Ford Mustang

Hi to all:
I just took on a project restoration for a buddy of mine. It's a 67 coup that needs everything from a battery box section ,new floor pans and quarters to a complete shelby paint scheme. " white with the blue center stripes ". It will probably take a year,but it'l be well worth it.I can remember borrowing my dad's 66' tang to on dates. Those were the days.
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-25-2002
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Hey Jess,

That will be a nice ride when you get it all set up. Keep us posted on the progress of your 67. I have a friend that is in the middle of restoring his 68 Shelby, and that has been one crazy story.

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I'm working on a '67 coupe that I bought a couple of weeks ago. The body is clean, 289 needs a valve job, but it runs. The most work is going to be the interior. Check out mustangcountryintl.com for parts. They're in Paramount, Ca. You can order parts online or have them send you a catalog.
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I have a 67 coupe found a 93 5.0 cobra complete roller with everything for cheap just finishing up on install electric everything but alt. & water pump are belt driven but now doesnt fit under hood with air cleaner but should have 350 hp when im done
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I have a 1967 S code Fastback GT, Currently got the Auto in it making it technically a GTA but it was a factory GT.
Looking to get her going by mid next year, hasnt moved from its spot for 25 years and doesnt run at all...
ill keep anyone who wants to know updated on how its going, have helped my mate with his 1969 fastback, but now i have one for of my own :smilie

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I've also been working on a 67 coupe (complete ground up) for the last year and a half. I've come to know just about every square inch and trick to that car like the back of my hand. And I love to talk about them, whether it's mine or someone else's, so I'm always glad to help in whatever way I can.

I have a blog for mine that may or may not be of use to you. I see I haven't updated it since June, but that's because I've been mostly doing body work on my fenders since then and there's not a lot to say there.

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66Restomod (another poster here) has a superb blog on the 66 Coupe him and his son, Christopher, restored. While not the same year, he very clearly describes all the procedures and tricks he did which will still be helpful to you.
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+1 on restoring/modifying a 67.

Jess, get signed up, you won't regret a forum membership.

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Lol... Jess posted this back in January 2002... I don't know if he's still around.



Keep on restoring those stangs guys!
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Good point Snack! I bet everyone feels pretty stupid now. (myself included)

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I'm glad this post was found after all this time, because I had the opportunity to see Lizer's restoration.

Thanks Lizer you car looks great.

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I agree that it would look great to anyone that is blind
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Blind is not a requirment to see the beauty in that, Lizer. But car sickness IS! (as my girlfriend puts it or having no AUTO-imune resistancy) I couldn't resist attaching a pic of my beauty (backwhen) to help you feel better. There all diamonds in the rough.
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