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Old 06-30-2009, 11:25 AM   #1
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Where are the old guys?


I think I may have made a mistake! I don't see any old car guys on this site!
I am a senior and own a 1964.5 mustang coupe that was made 09k which is Oct. 1964. It is not a hotrod but a Plain Jane 170 I6/3speed trans. If I am in the wrong place for this kind of chat, I don't need to post pictures, but if I get feedback that is pos, I will....
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Re: Where are the old guys?

Welcome. We have several classic owners on this site. Some currently own one, some have owned one and sold it, and some are like me and are in the process of finding that project car to start working on.

The great thing about this site is, it doesn't have to be late model for us to accept you. We are mustang lovers....from the beginnings to the current offerings. We don't discriminate.

So, again, welcome! Where are you from?
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I belong to a mustang club in Springfield, Mo. I live near Branson, Mo where we have a grate car show in Aug. My car is not ready to show yet, it was a Birthday present from my son...
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Welcome to the site, not everyone wants a hotrod. We have a 90 that is bone stock, just restored back to original beauty.
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first off

we have classic cars here. just look at my album pics
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welcome :thumbs2:

I love the old classic mustangs as much as I love the late model mustangs. You see the late models all the time driving down the road, but when you go to a car show and see those 60's/70's classics, it just puts a smile on your face.

You won't have any problem here, as said before, we love all classic cars, especially mustangs.
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Re: Where are the old guys?

What I would do for a '68/69 and a 429 Block.
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Welcome, you should def post pics of your stang. I love the late 60's, early 70's stangs as opposed to just liking everything after that. Just havent found the right one.
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Welcome we all love old cars here.
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Thanks for responding to my post. I forgot to thank you yesterday!
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Old 07-01-2009, 05:09 PM   #11
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I don't believe you want a 429.The engine is to wide to fit a 68/69. A 428 would fit and I know where there is a block and a car to put it in. If you are really interested I can hook you up with the owner. By the way, to put a 429 in a 68/69 would require cutting the strut mounts towers and that would be a very bad idea.
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Re: Where are the old guys?

What block did they use in the '69 Boss 429?

As for that car, would love to but a project car is not in my future right now, not very practical and if you can get it up to NY.

There are plenty of 60's shells around here and I'm sure I could get either a 428 or a 429 within a week.

EDIT: Nevermind, I forgot what I posted before. But I'd still like to find a way to fit the motor in a 60's body.
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Old 07-02-2009, 08:07 AM   #13
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I'm an O'l guy but prefer late model mustangs.
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Re: Where are the old guys?

we have people of all ages, it is true that mostly "younger" people post on internet forums but... it doesnt have to be that way. Feel free to post all you want and get into the discussion, the more the better.
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I guess I'm old 46 But young at heart but love my STANG
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Re: Where are the old guys?

i still want to see pics of this car

welcome, i'm only 21 and have a 94 gt, but as soon as i have money i'm looking at doing some type of project, it will probably involve some type of stroked 351 and i don't know which body to go with yet, but it will either be 64ish or 94ish...

p.s. post up pics
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