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Old 03-09-2015, 08:35 PM   #176
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Fantastic bro. No more love than the love for a pony. Well maybe wife and kid but you know what I mean.
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It is a great thread

I love the way this Mustang was brought back to life. I have followed this one from day one.
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+ 3 I read this entire thread. This this was destined for the junkyard had you not intercepted it. With the leak, motor problem and filth anyone other than a true car enthusiast/mustang enthusiast would have let it go to the crusher. Keep up the great work man.
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I can't get over how some people treat their cars. Keep up the good work.


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Wow just finished reading this entire thread! Awesome transformation! I'm going to go against the grain and say you just do this

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I hope he don't

That sounds awful. Way to tinny of a sound for me.
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That sounds awful. Way to tinny of a sound for me.
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Tinny? Just sounds cammed to me
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Hey, its your car

If you like the way it sounds, Fine with me. It may just be my speakers.
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If you like the way it sounds, Fine with me. It may just be my speakers.
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May just be the exhaust that's on the car, which could easily be swapped. Just a solution for the OP for a nice sounding daily
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Post pics of how it looks now after all the cleanup please. Thanks.
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Post pics of how it looks now after all the cleanup please. Thanks.
Next week I'm getting the outside touched up. The dents and stuff won't be fixed, but the paint will at least get touched up. I'd prefer to wait until then to post pics of how it looks now if that's ok.

---------- Post added at 12:19 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:19 PM ----------

Got some real work done yesterday.







At least this time it was cleaner when I got all the interior out.



So I took this stuff



And went to work.





After the final coat on the driver's side


Time to get the passenger side








Well that needed a few hours to drive so I figured in the mean time I'd try to work on my shifter.

So I took the whole thing apart



And found this in the bottom



Some all purpose and this to blow it out



Figured I'd start taking the rest of it apart, in hopes of fixing the gear indicator.







But then I got frustrated with it so I moved on to the upkeep stuff.







Still needed more time to dry so I got my bumper grill put in. Looks better. Not my favorite grill but at least it's a matching honeycomb as the top grill.




Well now it dried. Time to get the boom mat in.





Measured it out at about 20 inches across, though if you are doing this I suggest you measure yourself.





Driver's side done.


Passenger side done.




I did succeed in losing the screw that holds my shifter handle in, as well as breaking the shifter indicator. Unfortunately I stepped on it and it is now in two pieces, so I'm pretty sure I'm just going to replace the shifter all together in the not too distant future.

Now everytime I touch the shifter it wants to do this.



On a better note, I did also pick up some mats for free. They aren't the red ones I want, and I don't really like rubber mats, but for free I couldn't complain until I buy the red ones I want.

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Now let me take a moment to give my personal review for this dei boom mat spray.



This stuff is a no good waste of money. Not the tiniest bit of noise reduction. The ONLY place I noticed any difference was the trunk, and to be honest, it wasn't enough to matter.

As for the inside of the car, I assumed that by doubling up, doing two coats of DEI spray AND using the dei boom mat I would surely notice some difference. None whatsoever. My wife road in the car with me and asked if I had even done anything at all.

DO NOT waste your money on a dei product. I will never be buying any of this again. Might as well throw your money out the window.

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Thanks for the review of the spray. Does anyone know of a product that actually works for this purpose?
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I've seen that lizard skin stuff used on powerblock TV. That stuff seems to be pretty legit. It's considerably more expensive though. I've always just done the dynomat extreme. It's stupid expensive but man that stuff works. I had 100 sq feet in my Tacoma I traded in for my mustang and I asked the sales guy if it was normal to get all the road noise on our cars. He was like what road noise. I was so use to my matted truck.
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...I've always just done the dynomat extreme...
Dynamat, now that's the good stuff. Highly recommended by Jay Leno.
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I've seen that lizard skin stuff used on powerblock TV. That stuff seems to be pretty legit. It's considerably more expensive though. I've always just done the dynomat extreme. It's stupid expensive but man that stuff works. I had 100 sq feet in my Tacoma I traded in for my mustang and I asked the sales guy if it was normal to get all the road noise on our cars. He was like what road noise. I was so use to my matted truck.
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Dynamat, now that's the good stuff. Highly recommended by Jay Leno.
Cool... does it add too much weight? I like the sound of my Borla tourings but these cars have too much road noise for my taste. Want to hear just the exhaust, not the road. Austinkli's attempt has me curious. I like to track my car sometimes but am not overly concerned about adding weight, as long as it's not crazy too much. Would be happier to have a quieter daily drive ride than to lose, say, 0.1 sec on my 1/4 mile.

Sorry to thread-jack, Austin, hopefully this discussion won't side-track too much.
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Cool... does it add too much weight?...
None that you would notice. Mylar shiney top skin with insulation and adhesive surface underneath to stick to floor, roof...etc. Less than a quarter inch thick when applied.

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None that you would notice. Mylar shiney top skin with insulation and adhesive surface underneath to stick to floor, roof...etc. Less than a quarter inch thick when applied.
yayy I'm excited. This will make me enjoy my car more. Especially here in East Texas the concrete road surface they use is noisy.
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Theres a product on amazon called gtmat. I used it in my trunk, and it was pretty effective. Likely not as good as dynamat, but waaaaaaay cheaper. Its not very thick but not thin either. Eventually I wanna remove my carpets and line the floors with it to reduce some road noise. I put some around my shifter too and it definitely helped that as well.

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I had been hoping to get somewhere in the middle. Better than no insulation or sound dampening like it was, but maybe not as good as dynamat. I understand that you get what you pay for, but I was at least expecting something from this.


What I will most likely do is replace the carpet with brand new carpet with the insulation molded into the back.


I will say this, after adjusting my radio last night, the spray on my trunk does help a little bit. But in the car... terrible. All of it.
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Try this website I'll link below. When I put 2 12in 1500 watt subwoofers in my 2006 Mustang (oh the joys of been a fresh teenager) this stuff was the best around and was priced the best around.

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What are the floormats you are looking to get?
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What are the floormats you are looking to get?
Red. I don't care about rear mats. Just red floor mats. If I come across the original ones for a good price, just plain red ones, I'll scoop them up. Otherwise, if I have to hold out I'll get some red ones with a running pony stitched on them.

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Austin, if ya come to CT I'll treat to beverage of your choice. Props for this.
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So yesterday my deck lid black out panel came in. I don't think it looks quite as good as my wife's mach 1 style panel, but it still looks pretty decent. Hers was also $130, and mine I had a lucky find on ebay, so I can't complain.



So that made me feel a bit better. I think that black out panel just changes the look of the rear so much!


Got my seats fixed up really nice today. You may remember what they looked like before.

PASSENGER SEAT



DRIVER'S SEAT





The red was so dull too. When you looked at the back seat you could tell a huge difference.




Working on filling in the cracks in the leather and vinyl.



And here's how they came out! I'm pretty excited.

PASSENGER SEAT




DRIVER'S SIDE



So shiny red! I love it!




They aren't perfect, but they are loads better than they were. Eventually I want to replace the the two middle leather inserts, with black leather to make the seats two tone.
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They aren't perfect, but they are loads better than they were...
I'll say, are those even the same seats? Was that car a premium (lumbar support switch)?
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I'll say, are those even the same seats? Was that car a premium (lumbar support switch)?
Yes and yes, I believe it was a premium. It has leather, shaker 1000, power seat, lumbar, and the black mustang stripe down the side. I'm told that adds up to premium, but I'm not totally sure. Perhaps you can confirm?

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...and the black mustang stripe down the side. I'm told that adds up to premium, but I'm not totally sure. Perhaps you can confirm?
Not sure about your year, my 2011 is a base and had the rocker stripes (everything else however indicates premium). I thought the rocker stripes just meant V6. I've been wrong before.
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Not sure about your year, my 2011 is a base and had the rocker stripes (everything else however indicates premium). I thought the rocker stripes just meant V6. I've been wrong before.
You could be correct, but I've seen many V6's without rocker stripes, and I've seen some GT's with rocker stripes, though it usually says, "MUSTANG GT" in the stripe rather than just MUSTANG.

I was relatively sure that the power seat and shaker stereo meant it was a premium though.

Just wish it had the pony package
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You could be correct, but I've seen many V6's without rocker stripes, and I've seen some GT's with rocker stripes, though it usually says, "MUSTANG GT" in the stripe rather than just MUSTANG.

I was relatively sure that the power seat and shaker stereo meant it was a premium though.

Just wish it had the pony package
I think that is for pony package.
My gt premium doesn't have it either though.

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I think that is for pony package.
My gt premium doesn't have it either though.

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Originally I was also under the impression that the rocker stripes were for pony package, but I believe all pony packages have fog lights, of which I have none

That's really the only thing I want from the pony package, is fog lights.

PS: I'm also relatively certain the grills are different on pony package stangs, including the bottom grill in the bumper. And finally, I have the base wheels on mine, I think all pony package ones came with bullit style wheels like on my wife's car in my sig.

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I do so wish I could find clarification on exactly what a premium has that a deluxe doesn't, and what the pony package offers that the premium doesn't already have.

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I do so wish I could find clarification on exactly what a premium has that a deluxe doesn't, and what the pony package offers that the premium doesn't already have.

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I know the my color option is a premium thing, and the tcs button wasn't on My v6 deluxe

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I know the my color option is a premium thing, and the tcs button wasn't on My v6 deluxe

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I do in fact have my color, which I love. I think tcs has nothing to do with trim level or pony package, I think it was year. I had a base model with no packages 09 come into my dealership, it had TCS. My wife has an 07 with ever possible package and option, and she has no TCS either. Nor do I.

I thought my color was on all 05+ models, until my buddy with a deluxe 05 told me he doesn't have it.

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