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'67 Ford Mustang Coupe Project

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

  1. CLR-GTR

    CLR-GTR Bunchie farmer

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    Eight eight eight eight eight eight!

    :p Looks very nice, very clean. The blue color really makes me think of a racecar engine, must be because of the Gulf blue...
     
  2. Jim1945

    Jim1945 Mustang fan

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    :cool: Rock on !
     
  3. Dan G

    Dan G Cars in mirror are losing

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    Can't wait to see this when it's done :)
     
  4. SBCriss

    SBCriss New Member

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    So guys after a long time i thought i should post some more pics of our project :)

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    There are no updates of my mustang atm, i dont have any money and im saving money at the moment to sandblast it :sulk:
    Well please watch the first video of the mustang on youtube, comment and rate! :)

     
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  5. killalldude

    killalldude SRT-Avant

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    Looks like it's coming along nicely :).
     
  6. SBCriss

    SBCriss New Member

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    Engine done:
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    Sidepipes done

    Dunno how this is called in english, done: :lol:
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    Electricity done

    Left to do:
    -the pipe which brings the petrol in the engine has to be redone
    -first start, which will be recorded and uploaded to youtube, with open headers

    I'd say in 2 weeks (2 weekends) we will be ready to start it, so stay tuned :)
     
  7. Sponge

    Sponge Spongify

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    She's looking beautiful! Looking forward to the first start!
     
  8. killalldude

    killalldude SRT-Avant

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    Me too! :D
     
  9. GTAMADDOG

    GTAMADDOG Dreaming in Splendour

    Can't wait to hear this fire-up and see it finished.
     
  10. Leadfoot[YT]

    Leadfoot[YT] COTM Creator

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    I need more sidepipes in my life. :drool: That Boss 302 Mustang in your sig has sidepipes, doncha know? :D

    -Leadfoot
     
  11. ScoobSTi

    ScoobSTi New Member

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    Can't wait to hear it start up as well! :)
     
  12. SBCriss

    SBCriss New Member

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    It has 2 sidepipes and 2 exhausts in the back to make the sound of it better, i know haha :cheeky:

    Well guys, here it is. This was the VERY first start, today ill upload another video with of the first run with sidepipes. Then you can hear the diffrence between open headers, and sidepipes :)
    Enjoy!


     
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  13. killalldude

    killalldude SRT-Avant

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    It sounded awesome at idle. I hope you had your garage door opened :p.
     
  14. SBCriss

    SBCriss New Member

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    ^ to be honest, it was closed, way too cold outside :D and se smell of a v8 is just :drool:
    toxic <3
     
  15. Jim1945

    Jim1945 Mustang fan

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    Love the american ambience and pretty sound :)

    And how is the 'stang ? :D
     
  16. SBCriss

    SBCriss New Member

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    Well the 'stang is sleeping in the garage :( i need money to let it sandblast and then money for the bodywork and then money for painting it and then i can put everything back together and enjoy that beast :D
     
  17. camryt

    camryt 'Low-skilled' screenmaker

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    What about the interior?
     
  18. Jim1945

    Jim1945 Mustang fan

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    Maybe we'll make a 1/4 mile someday :D

    351 VS 289 ;)
     
  19. SBCriss

    SBCriss New Member

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    @camryt: Ill buy a new interior, it's red and i want a black one, i think its 500€ or something for the hold seates and so on (not the seats but the covers of it)

    @Jim: yea im sure we will :D
     
  20. killalldude

    killalldude SRT-Avant

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    I'd advise you to either buy black seats or get what you have reupholstered in black. Only buy a seat cover if you've seen it in person. Most of them just look like a blanket covering the seat. It is a lot cheaper, but it doesn't look clean.
     

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