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Old 02-13-2011, 03:24 AM   #71
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Default Our work in progress.

My dad bought his Mach 1 in 78 brand new, and then drove it for 120k. It last ran in 1989. From 1990 to 2010 it sat in our garage waiting to be reborn. We're now part way through our work. When we're done, It'll have a 5.0 and a ton of well deserved attitude.

This is how it looked before work began:
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Since these pictures were taken, we've removed everything in the interior and engine compartment. Next step is to remove the front suspension and then get it off to a body shop to do some minor rust repair and to prep it for repainting. Both of the foot wells need replacing and the left rear quarter panel. But hopefully it won't be too long until we can get it put back together.

My grandpa also has a 74 Hard top, 4 cylinder, though I don't have any pics of it. It still runs like a charm.

Nice pics all of you, it's nice to know we're not the only ones with Mustang IIs anymore.
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Old 10-15-2011, 03:41 PM   #72
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Old 01-30-2013, 01:41 PM   #73
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New to forum, Mustangii.net name: LUV MY 78

Recently doing bodywork getting it prepped for paint.
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Molded on 3" cowl hood scoop
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Molded on fiberglass side scoops and king cobra spats
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Jams, under hatch, under hood all painted. Prepping for final paint soon.
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Next on to do list:
Paint...

All new suspension, already have coilovers and tubular control arms upper and lower.

5 lug conversion
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Old 01-05-2014, 02:33 AM   #74
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Default My 76' Cobra II

My first car...Like everyone else, I miss it and wish I still owned it. I bought it from my friend Scott Perry (I think that was his name), he had two Cobra IIs and was from Ohio. He was very fond of these cars and assured me, back in 1992, that they would soon be collectors items...if anyone knows him please let him know that I am looking for him (like 1,000 Perry's that live in Ohio btw). Funny that I still live in Hawaii, 20 years later and I own a 67 (that I've had for eight years and won't let go...ever).

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Old 03-05-2014, 02:40 PM   #75
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1968 Ford Mustang (California Car) 90% restore complete
400HP, B&M Quick Silver shift kit and Gear Vendor split gear (overdrive) unit
351W - bored 30 over - 374 STROKED

Al Heads ($2k)
Elderbrock Performer RPM high plane intake
750 CFM double pumper HOLLY carb
Full MSD Ignition kit (distributor and super HP coil
Dual Flow Masters Mufflers with Hooker long tube headers
large stall convertor (3500) with a B&M Quick Silver slap stick shifter
4:11 Gears - Auto or Manual Gear Vendor splitter ($2k)
Custom Fiberglass Cowl Induction hood
Lowered Suspension (rear shackles)
No Power steering or brakes - built for speed but is city friendly
Mustang Yellow Exterior - NO RUST or work required on the body
Black Interior
All lights work and are OEM parts
Newer Tires/Rims

Cons:
Needs new belt, fuse/power connections for radio and gear vendor switch box for the OD needs checked, trunk molding needs installed
Window roller mechanism need purchased and installed in both doors

Over All Condition Very Clean and STRONG car
2nd Owner - body platform has 89k original miles motor work is about 1 year old
(minimum driven ~600 mi)
Please see detailed pics........

Yes I have the title in my name and its NOT SALVAGE
Currently registered and tagged til Aug 2014 in CA
call 661.727.1018 or text 619.723.2797
I am negotiable on price but kind of firm - it needs MINOR stuff to complete.
DIVORCE is forcing sell for legal fees
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