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Old 10-05-2010, 04:12 PM   #41
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Yes! All you need is the VIN and they have the records from Ford. They send you a report of what your car had originally as far as equipment, details on the color and dates on when the car was assembled, where, what dealership sold the car originally and how many like your car are out there.
Nice! I'm going to order the deluxe report ASAP. Thanks I'm excited to find out all the info.....
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Old 10-05-2010, 04:15 PM   #42
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Awesome, glad I could help.
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Old 10-09-2010, 08:10 PM   #43
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Finished up the doors, rear passenger panels and dash. I forgot to take a pic after I sanded the dash to bare metal, damn. Well I will let the primer sit overnight and give it a quick sand tomorrow, wipe it down and paint it black. I am very happy with the results......

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Old 10-10-2010, 10:58 AM   #44
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Looking good! Gotta love painting!
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Old 10-10-2010, 04:29 PM   #45
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Looking good! Gotta love painting!
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Finished the dash and I'm lovin it!!!! Placed the rear panels in and took some shots. I think it is going to look great once the interior is done......

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Old 11-21-2010, 12:01 PM   #46
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Well it's been quite awhile since I have done any work on the 67. So here is an update on what I have been working on rear inner wheel wheels......

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Looks great with that new layer of paint under there. What'd you use, wire brush?
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Looks great with that new layer of paint under there. What'd you use, wire brush?
I used an electric drill and a 3M abrasive wheel.
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Old 11-22-2010, 01:01 AM   #49
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What kind of spray paint did you use for the door panels?
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I'm one step behind you.

What kind of spray paint did you use for the door panels?
For primer I'm using Rustoleum sandable primer and for paint I'm going to use a semi-gloss black lacquer. I ordered it through CJ Pony Parts.
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FYI-Duplicolor makes a black semi-gloss color that comes in a spray can available at most auto parts stores. They also make a primer that is specifically for plastic painting. That's what I used and it came out pretty good. I need to upload some current pics as well. Fitting fastback panels and all the trim is a pain in the buttocks. I had to use some aftermarket pieces which some fit great and others are ok at best.

Also, I hate the cold when trying work on my car. Can't wait until spring already. Ok, I'm done.
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Yeah zmetalmilitia I've been wanting to see more of your car, you should make a thread and include older pics if you've got them.

I was also wondering what paint and primer, thanks for the answers.
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Yeah zmetalmilitia I've been wanting to see more of your car, you should make a thread and include older pics if you've got them.

I was also wondering what paint and primer, thanks for the answers.
Good idea! Plus, it'll give something to do. haha.
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Good idea! Plus, it'll give something to do. haha.


Looking forward to it!



What's next on the list Brian?
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What's next on the list Brian?
Not really sure what to do next. I'm leaning towards front suspension and brakes but just not sure. Any suggestions............
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Not really sure what to do next. I'm leaning towards front suspension and brakes but just not sure. Any suggestions............
What are your plans? Any suspension changes or just a general refurbish? And are you going to disc brakes?
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What are your plans? Any suspension changes or just a general refurbish? And are you going to disc brakes?
For the front and rear suspension I plan on going with Mustang's Plus it's only a 20 minute drive from my house. Here are the link's to what I intend on using: https://www.mustangsplus.com/xcart/1...build-Kit.html

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As for the brakes I plan on using SSBC Force-10 Classic Power Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit:

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Well I finally got some parts and will be installing them in the next few weeks... Too many things on my plate right now, plus leaving out of the country in a week... Yay me......

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Don't forget to lube those bushings, the squeak they make if you don't is sooooo annoying.
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Rear suspension installed new leafs and shocks. Also installed most of the front suspension..... Next will be the rest of the steering components and new disc brake setup........
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