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  1. tallmustangguy68
    07-12-2012 06:41 PM
    tallmustangguy68
    thanks for the help i just found one on another site like ebay
  2. rusty65
    07-07-2012 09:49 PM
    rusty65
    Hey tx65,

    I know youve been asked this before, probably a bunch of times, but I was wondering if you could scrounge up some info on your paint color. I read that its Caspian Blue, but do you remember the brand of paint you used? Sometimes colors of the same name can vary by brand, so I was just hoping you wouldnt mind giving me a bit more info. The puerto rican blue paint on my 65 is killing me!

    Thanks
  3. tallmustangguy68
    06-26-2012 11:24 PM
    tallmustangguy68
    hi, i saw some old pictures of your 1965 mustang engine compartment and i really like your air cleaner, the one with the mustang on it and i was wondering where you got it?
  4. 65mustangcasp
    05-21-2012 07:13 PM
    65mustangcasp
    hi, i was wondering if you can upload a recent picture of your 65 mustang, it would be deeply apreciated, thanks!
  5. Rogue972
    01-26-2011 09:13 PM
    Rogue972
    Hi Thanks for the advice on the window. I saw your pic of the caspian blue on your ride. Do you have a paint number for that?

    The wife really wanted me to paint ours red, but when she saw the pic of yours she was like if you can do that blue you can paint it blue.

    Thanks
    Ryan
  6. Walt_Vee
    05-14-2010 12:29 AM
    Walt_Vee
    Thanks a lot ! I'm going to place my order ! I'll forward you pics of my setup. Thanks again!
  7. tx65coupe
    05-13-2010 11:59 PM
    tx65coupe
    Thanks Man. Its the smaller 2 inch one. I think the 2 inches is the size of the display. I got it from JCW. It measures just under 3 inches to the outside of the chrome bezel. I mouned it with a hose clamp that is wrapped in black heat shrink to avoid scratching the steering column and it makes it almost invisible. I also put a green piece of clear plastic inside it so the illumination is closer to the gauges instead of just being white.
  8. Walt_Vee
    05-13-2010 09:55 PM
    Walt_Vee
    I really like the tachometer you have chosen to use in your 65 from Make Waves Instruments. Can you tell me which size or model number you used? I check the web site and they have 3 1/2" and 2". I think the chrome bezel make it slightly bigger. I want to order one but, didn't know which one you had in your 65. Any advise would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks

    Walt
  9. twotone64
    02-03-2010 10:06 AM
    twotone64
    good morning. I am doing a serpentine swap into the tribute Mustang for my brother. It is a 65 289 with driverside reverse flow waterpump inlet. I had the radiator shop swap the outlet of the radiator to the drivers side to match up with the water pump better. After reading your posts on http://mustangforums.com/forum/class...tor-hoses.html I purchased a 70 lower hose and it did not fit. The water pump side was too small. The hose needed to be 1.75 on each end but it was 1.75 on one and 1.5 on the other. Any help would be appreciated.
  10. zippo2341
    09-24-2009 12:26 PM
    zippo2341
    thanks for the comment your cars looking pretty good to i can relate to what mustang93zc said. once i get out of college i got some big plans for that car!

About Me

  • Personal Information
    First Name
    Ty
    State
    Texas
  • Vehicle Information
    Year, Make, Model
    1965 Ford Mustang
    Engine Size
    302
    Transmission
    T-5
    Forced Induction Setup
    Naturally Aspirated
  • Signature
    1997 Cobra Convertible (stock)
    1965 Mustang
    Late Model 302, T5, Versailles 9 Inch
    Edelbrock Top End
    JBA Headers and Dynomax Ultraflo Mufflers

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