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Old 12-11-2015, 08:41 PM   #1
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Howdy all- I am new to the site but am a long time Mustang owner, on my 8th Pony now. Currently in my garage is my '66 T code with a 289. She has AFR 165cc heads, MSD dizzy, Edelbrock intake and carb, along with a few other goodies. The other is my 16 year old's 2012 V-6 Premium. We have tinted the Windows and she has black wheels, honeycomb rear panel insert and tri-bar floor mats.

I look forward to learning and sharing. My Mustang list to date:
1966 coupe-289 (my first car)
1986 Black V6 coupe
1986 Grey V6 coupe
1993 coupe
1994 GT convertible
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Welcome to the party, glad you could make it.
Awesome car list but the classics is frigging sweet. Love the Cragars; I've got some on my 65 Impala SS.


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Thanks. The cragers set her off. I had center lines on her and I liked them, but these set her off in my opinion
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I have yet to see a classic that didn't look good with some Cragars on it. It definitely works on your mustang; complements the color very well. I'm curious your car has a C4 auto? And what are the other goodies you speak of?
I have 17in Cragar SS Thrust.
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Nice ride.

I have a C4 with a mild shift kit. I converted her to disc last week, and changed all lower control arms and tie rod ends while I was there. I have installed 1" lower springs front and rear. She has a high volume, aluminum water pump that's a couple of weeks old, aluminum radiator, headers with 2 1/2" exhaust dumping out before the rear end. Comp Cam 286H with new lifters and hardened push rods. Also put a new TCI flex plate in a couple of weeks ago

I'm hoping to drop a 331 in her soon and want to put a 9" in when I do. Also plan to change the interior to the blue pony. She's a work in progress


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Thanks. I look forward to seeing the swap on your car.


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Welcome!!! Beautiful cars! If there is anything we can do to help, don't hesitate, we will help in any way we can.
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Thanks. I can always use help!


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