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My dad and I have recently started restoring a 1968 Ford Mustang and I was wondering about some approximate pricing for the following items:

(Assume anything that is 'choice' specific is aimed at middle of the road {but I would appreciate a low-ball and middle price})

-Have the interior redone (upholstery; including carpeting and seating)
-Paint job
-Brake swap to disc brakes
-Anything else that you would fancy mentioning (including things within the engine compartment {has a 302 in it})

Thanks in advance for any help.
 

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all depends on what you want to spend.silver pony looks good and try powerblocktv.com for some shows rebuiding great cars trucks 4x4 etc. have fun.take lots of pics....
 

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The best site for you is WWW.Silver pony automobile club Lots of links.The cheapest disk brake conversion is to buy a used up Granada or Monarch with Power disk brakes and use everything from the booster to the spindles the outer tie rod ends hoses rotors calipers and wheels. The original small center hole wheels will not fit the hubs from the disc brake swap. This isn't a problem with after market mag wheels.You need to grab the proportioning valve too. Check out the Paddock.com for interior parts.
 
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