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‘66 Mustang build.

charlyox

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I have been working on my ‘66 Mustang ever since a gust of wind flipped my buddies EZUP onto the roof and hood of my Mustang at a car show at the AVI. Insurance covered it but I figured might as well get a Shelby fiberless hood. Then I decided to put a new front suspension on it and a new motor 5.0 H.O and switch it from a four speed to a five speed. It has been almost five years and it is almost done. I have some wiring to finish up. Oh yeah I added A/C also.
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RiverRich

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Sweet ride and a classic that will continue to appreciate, scoop is cool but don't mess with any other metal. I see too many of these that have half-assed flares to fit wide tires.

My first car, 1982!
 

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as I'm reading this post and looking at the pictures, I realize just how jealous I am. Great looking car.
 
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