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Old 07-08-2007, 08:02 PM   #1
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I am new to Mustangs, and I come with this 65' convert.

I have a few questions:

I would like to do a disc brake conv. on it. I am pretty handy so is this something I could knock out in a weekend?

It was a 6 cyl, but it has a 289 in it now. I am guessing the brake master cyl is the original. Can I put in a 8 cyl master cyl and booster?

Did all convertibles come with the top switch? I have the switch but no cables in the top and I don't know where to find the motor for it.



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Re: Newbie 65'

First off welcome to the site, secondly...I don't know any answers to your questions but I'm sure someone will get on either tonight or tomorrow to help you out.

Never messed with an older conv personally, just coupes and fastbacks.
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i think if have the right tools an right work area an can put some time into it its def possible
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You shouldn't have any problem with switching the masters, not to sure on the top.
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