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Old 05-28-2011, 05:05 PM   #1
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My 1972 stang project

Tell me what ya think this is my 1972 mustang coupe 5.0 project..... Anybody have any ideas or comments?
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Old 05-28-2011, 05:15 PM   #2
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Satin black paint! Sequential tail lights an ols school through the hood supercharer! Black leather interior 3 in exhaust! Slight tint all the way around I used to work at a body shop it was one of the best cars I've ever seen!
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That's sounds cool I like the idea of the old school Super charger "carbed" thro the hood and the other ideas but I'm gonna do the engine work but it has alot of body work needing to be done....do u happen to know what gears came with the 72 mustang it had the 9 inch rear end?
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That's sounds cool I like the idea of the old school Super charger "carbed" thro the hood and the other ideas but I'm gonna do the engine work but it has alot of body work needing to be done....do u happen to know what gears came with the 72 mustang it had the 9 inch rear end?
I'm not sure i Know it wasn't a 5.0 though it was a 428 jet cobra engine the shifts were fast as hell it had a custom 6 lug the owner took me for a spin it was so frekn incredibly fast! He started from a roll cuz if he started from a stop the front end would have lifted!!
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That is the definition of a diamond in the rough
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Old 05-28-2011, 07:22 PM   #6
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That is the definition of a diamond in the rough
I agree! Its a beauty the same guy brought. In what was what I believe to be a fast back Mach 1 painted a royal blue if was just a shell and we painted everything to the bottom if the car we towed the car to a garage and used the lift and painted it! With chrome trimming and he had the exact same interior with a black leather and it had mustang hand sewed on the head rest
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Such a nice stang! So cool to see the old ones and see that out mustangs we drive now evolved from them can't wait to see the finished product!
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Thanks right now I pulled out the motor and about to start to rebuild it im going to keep the small small block 5.0 and try an make as much power and maybe just paint it the same color blue or go all black......
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There's one of these for sale on craigslist by my house... Same year, color, and similar surface rust... Michigan by any chance?
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No I'm in florida....lol
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Old 05-29-2011, 11:03 AM   #11
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Re: My 1972 stang project

looks like a good project good luck on the rebuild.
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