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'67 Ford Mustang Coupe Project

Discussion in 'Showroom' started by SBCriss, Aug 24, 2010.

  1. TDUFREAK500

    TDUFREAK500 Rotary <3

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    how many pieces the car is in
     
  2. Jim1945

    Jim1945 Mustang fan

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    Nice :thumbsup:
     
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  3. SBCriss

    SBCriss New Member

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    Men i didnt count that, but im sure we are now over 500 pieces.. and what type of triumph you got?

    Here todays update, cleaned up the rear and front bumper, and some chrome pieces from the rear window ;)

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  4. killalldude

    killalldude SRT-Avant

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    Shiiinny. Looks like your project is coming along smoothly :).
     
  5. ScoobSTi

    ScoobSTi New Member

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    *Drools so much it gets on your car lol :cheeky:*
     
  6. TDUFREAK500

    TDUFREAK500 Rotary <3

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    wow thats alot of peices how do you keep track of them all??

    this is the triumph that my grandad is restoring it is nicknamed the "Bathtub" because of the rear fender *this is a picture of a finished one*

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  7. SBCriss

    SBCriss New Member

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    I store them here ;) Nice bike, open a thread and share it with us :D

    Pretty much everything stored in boxes
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    Seats and Flowmaster exhaustes (they were on it when i bough it :cool:)
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    Hood, windows,....
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    HUD, mustang logo,...
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  8. ScoobSTi

    ScoobSTi New Member

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    *Drools even more*

    Nice exhausts! :lol: The hood looks pretty nice too.
     
  9. bullitggt

    bullitggt Wheelman

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    Great project.
    I can't wait to see that mustang when its done.
    What color are you planning to paint it??
     
  10. SBCriss

    SBCriss New Member

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    Well you know, the new mustang has a color which is called kona blue, i want it like that and will maybe put some grey stripes on it ;)
    Here the color :)
     
  11. T0M722

    T0M722 "POWWEERRRR!!"

    That'll look good! :drool:
     
  12. killalldude

    killalldude SRT-Avant

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    That's a beautiful color. I saw one a few days ago in that color and IMO, that is the best color for the Mustang. Especially with white stripes :drool:.
     
  13. bullitggt

    bullitggt Wheelman

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    That's going to look amazing when your done then :)
    I like the idea of mixing the new with the old
     
  14. SBCriss

    SBCriss New Member

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    Thanks! :D Yea i'm sure it will look great when it's done :D
    Today we worked 4 hours on it, and now we have a total time of 41 hours working on the mustang :)
    Here some new pics:

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  15. Jim1945

    Jim1945 Mustang fan

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    Woaw ! Looks so great !! :thumbsup: The body and the engine are still in good condition :cool: You'll have a great pleasure to drive it after all that work !

    By the way, here is the video I promise you... This is mobile phone quality... I'm sorry...:eek: The weather wasn't so good and I just had the time to make a small video. I hope the video works... Otherwise, tell me how to post a video :)


     
  16. Camel

    Camel New Member

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    To embed a youtube video, all you need to do is take the code after watch?v= and then paste it in the TUBE tags on here.

    Example: [media=youtube]b95WRSAKz8s[/media]
     
  17. SBCriss

    SBCriss New Member

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    Thanks for the video dude :cheers: im sure the sound of it is muuuuuch better in RL then here on the video :D
     
  18. Mb

    Mb The Photographer

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    That color you picked is awesome! :) Keep it up, nice thread.
     
  19. Jim1945

    Jim1945 Mustang fan

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    Mellors: thank you very much :)

    Marcopolo: Maybe I'll meet you in a meeting like Lommel near Antwerp or somewhere else ;) and YES, the sound is muuuuuuuch better in real ! :D
    And, if you want some new parts for your Mustang, I suggest you NPD (National Parts Depot). I buy my parts there. It's fast and cheaper than others shops ;)
    ( I Hope you understand me... with my poor english, it's not easy :D)
     
  20. ScoobSTi

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    So are you getting a new engine or are you just restoring that one?

    Love that color btw! :)
     
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