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Old 09-25-2016, 12:51 AM   #71
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If it's not worth the trouble then I may just scrap it and take what's still good and sell the parts

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Old 09-25-2016, 02:21 PM   #72
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First let me ask you the million dollar question...how much are you willing to spend????
Dynacorn complete floor $3000, wheel houses $170 each or $340 for two, outer rocker x 2 $120, quarter panels, $260 for mediocre pieces and $500 for OEM quality, $150 for rear tail panel and rear valance,so you are now at between $3,880 and $4.110 just for the parts mentioned above and this is just the tip of the iceberg...IMHO
My guess to totally restore your car is $15k and that is you doing most of the work yourself including body work/prep before you put a $3/4k paint job on it.

Here is a car I have seen in person and know some of the history...it's not perfect by any means although it is a 289/factory 4spd car and truthfully worth $18/20k in my book. I'm not sure how much you paid for your Mustang and after all is said and done you will have around $15k plus whatever you paid for it...if you paid more than $5k you will be upside down in the car...IMHO

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Old 10-02-2016, 07:07 PM   #73
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Hey guys what is this and how to remove it

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Looks like some type of sealer...get out your electric drill or air drill and attach a stiff wire wheel and go to work...if you have a hand held wire brush you could also try that...if you have some goo-be-gone soak it with the liquid and use the hand held wire brush.
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Tried all those ways , it what was sealing the windshield in . Wire brush manual or electric smears it and go gone smears it like any chemical at all just smears it

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More years ago than I want to remember I stripped a 68 Z28 to bear metal and had this same issue with both the front and rear window. I took old rags...they were clean...soaked them in white vinegar and put the soaked rags on both windows overnight. When I came out the next day most of the sealer was now kind of goo although it wasn't sticky any longer...and just cleaned it with the soaked rags...it was a little smelly in the shop for a few days...it worked for me.
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I'll have to try that , 100 percent no diluting

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100% non diluted.
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Ok and another question . Do I need to remove the entire front frame in order to replace the fire wall already have upper and lower cowl removed

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I don't think it's needed
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Best way to remove flash rust , it rained and I didn't have the garage latched and moisture got in there and now there is a light rusting to the bare metals roof

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Pro -15 makes some good products
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Ok and also I want to replace the radio face plate and tuning numbers any ideas where to go

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These are what I want to replace

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