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Old 11-04-2003, 04:09 PM   #1
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redoing my interior pics-that i have been promising forever

i repainted my inner quarter panels high-gloss candy apple red (notice the difference in them and the doors - which will be painted to match soon). it doesnt look too different in the picture, but in person it looks 100x better.
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i covered the ugly faded red piece of fiberboard behind the backseat in black carpet
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dashboard (a work in progress)i am filling in the radio hole and the ashtray. should i take out the heater controls too b/c i disconnected my heater?
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thank ya thank ya, do you think i should get rid of the heater controls and fill in that hole too?
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If they're not doing anything, then I would say yes, get rid of them.

Your car is nowhere near stock, why keep something stock on it that isn't doing jack?!

Take it out and put one of Zim's panels in there
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Take it out and put one of Zim's panels in there
lol I was just about to recommend that Maybe he can make you one with the old school style stang
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lookin good man... my dad and i just started doin some stuff to the seats for the mach 1 we're doin. Tell ya what, that **** aint easy, lol. Hope that dash turns out for ya
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Take it out and put one of Zim's panels in there
lol I was just about to recommend that Maybe he can make you one with the old school style stang
nah, i am gonna smooth it all out and fill it in
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nice dood!
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Tha twas the main problem with the 65 and 66 Mustang radios. When people needed to change them, thw whole was so small, they had to cut em out.

Glad my other stang is a 67. But the most valvuable piece about the radio was that chrome trim around I just bought a few months ago for 25 bucks.

Just lay down a piece of sheet metal and weld her up adn sand her down.
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i am gonna use body filler since i dont have a welder and if that starts to fall apart i will ifnd someone to weld it
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i am gonna use body filler since i dont have a welder and if that starts to fall apart i will ifnd someone to weld it
Then wait until you have someone to weld it. My friend used filler on hood where a small whole is, it's already startin to crack cause it gets so hot.
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Old 11-10-2003, 12:24 AM   #14
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you really could put one of my panels in there
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