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Old 02-20-2012, 04:27 PM   #1
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66 Coupe rebuild

Got some new sheetmetal in today. Couldnt resist sticking some on there to look at it.
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Old 02-20-2012, 09:16 PM   #2
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I am doing my floors currently. Looks familiar. Bought my new metal from a local Mustang shop here in Seattle area. Curious, where did you buy your metal?
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I got it from mustangs unlimited. They had a kit with the fenders, valances and quarters for $419.00 for the 65&66. Picked up few other metal parts as well, everything all together ran just over $900 and was here in 4 days.

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Master body plug kit, chassis bolt kit, splash shields, tail light pan, valance mounting kits, rear seat to trunk divider, long floor pans, seat risers, etc. and still cut me a break on the truck freight.
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Old 02-21-2012, 09:45 PM   #4
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Re: 66 Coupe rebuild

The people over at Mustang's Unlimited are great.
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Old 02-22-2012, 04:06 PM   #5
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Yessir. Definantly be ordering from them again. I like the kits they have put together too. I plan on replacing everything to new parts with the exception of the 302 I need to get rebuilt.
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looks great.... love a 66.. .mines heading to paint soon....i went with a one peice headliner from mustangs to fear... gives you 2 plus inches of head room.. and installs fast... and you dont have to remove any glass.
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Old 02-28-2012, 08:16 PM   #7
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How much did that set you back? Looking for alternatives to factory headliner. I installed the new tail light panel last weekend and cleaned up the trunk area and I'm doing floors this weekend along with the rear seat to trunk divider and finish welding on the roof panel. Week after I'm on vacation and gonna try to do both rear quarters. Be a little while before paint, I can't wait.
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it wasnt cheap... $485.... but nice clean look...
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Old 02-28-2012, 08:26 PM   #9
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Ouch. You got a pic of it? Wanting a more modern interior for mine. Even trying to find a dash and console to try and fit in there from a 05-09. I've looked at my 07 dash and width wise should be right on but would have to work on the windshield defroster vent to fit. Besides looking good, it also has the a/c vents in there as opposed to the under dash option. If I can pick one up for 2-300 from a wrecking yard i'd be happy, those things are about 2200 new and no console.
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i can get you one tomorrow.. just apart now...getting ready for paint... look at their site... Mustangs to Fear - Eleanor Body Kits, Custom Interior Parts and More!
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I'll check it out. Thanks.

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lol...its nice... put dynamat on roof...things seem more soild sounding
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Iv also been looking at the headliner. I put a new stock one back in.... First of all it's a pain the ***! It took me and my dad hours and it still is isn't even close to be wrinkle free. The one pice headliner seems to be more than worth it
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yep works great
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