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Old 03-11-2014, 10:08 PM   #1
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What do you think about this 1965 Hardtop Mustang?

Hello everyone.. I would like to know what do you think about this Mustang! What else can be done on it? do you guys have any ideia?

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Old 03-12-2014, 08:26 AM   #2
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I rencently bought it here in Brazil.. and I would like to know what you think of it?
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Old 03-12-2014, 09:09 AM   #3
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Its badass man... Im thinking about getting one in the future preferably 1970 fastback.. How much you get it for? If u dont mind me asking..
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If I tell you.. you will be surprised! Because here in brazil everything is very expensive, specially vintage imported cars... But what i paid here is close to U$30,000. When you import a car you have to pay A LOT of taxes.. Brazilian government sucks
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I feel your pain bro cos im the same way, im from the Philippines and i wanted to bring my car overthere and the fee and taxes to import a car is like buying the car in full price.. Not worth it.. Your car though is worth it. Good luck enjoy her.
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Thanks bro! I got lucky to find this car on this price.. Because a Mustang on this conditions here costs way beyond it! Hope you get yours soon too!!
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Looks awesome. The only thing I might consider adding would be a rally pac.
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Hello everyone.. I would like to know what do you think about this Mustang! What else can be done on it? do you guys have any ideia?

Nice looking ride!
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Beautiful Mustang! I would say you got pretty much everything.
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Thanks guys!! I just need to get the engine more clean i guess.. chrome some parts and stuff.. what you think?
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Old 03-12-2014, 11:27 PM   #11
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What do you think about this 1965 Hardtop Mustang?

Was thinking also to put those Bf Goodrich Radial T/A tires on.. What tire dimensions would fit nicely? I want a larger tire on the backwheels, I mean larger than the front wheels
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I like this look better than chrome, easier to keep clean. Make sure to get the curved Monte Carlo bar. Otherwise looks like you got a very nice car. Also I would look at getting a 1" anti-sway bar up front if it doesn't have one and in the rear. Check into GT fog lights up front too.
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Good! Yeah, Ive been told about that too, keeping like this is more original than chroming... What about those wheels opening molding? Like this one Click image for larger version

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I'm not sure if you were able to see the pic so here it is again. Click image for larger version

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Humm looks nice, but whats its function?
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I'd get a car alarm if it's going to be driven a lot around Brazil.
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I'd get a car alarm if it's going to be driven a lot around Brazil.

Yeah.. But not necessary on my town.. I dont live on the big cities!! Fortunately
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You're the man bro! Should be no problem charming the local women with that classic. Heck I'd drive it to pick up the city women, because mustang.
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Humm looks nice, but whats its function?

Monte Carlo bars keep the shock towers from sagging towards each other over time. Think of the engine bay as a box with 3 sides - putting the bar there gives it a 4th side, adding strength and rigidity.
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You're the man bro! Should be no problem charming the local women with that classic. Heck I'd drive it to pick up the city women, because mustang.

Thanks bro! The girls will go crazy for sure haha
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Monte Carlo bars keep the shock towers from sagging towards each other over time. Think of the engine bay as a box with 3 sides - putting the bar there gives it a 4th side, adding strength and rigidity.

Interesting.. Didnt know about that! Thank you very much for the help!
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Thinking to put also those opening moldings you know?
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