1967 Ford Mustang

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Post by buzyg » Wed Dec 06, 2017 10:16 pm

Great update. :thumbsup: Great car. 8)
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Post by Mr Tidy » Wed Dec 06, 2017 11:09 pm

Your Mustang seems to just be getting better and better OP. :thumbsup:

EFI sounds like a great modification, and your wheels look really good (well the 7J ones do)! :lol:

A few forum members in my area use TWG Automotive to look after our BMWs, and Will (the principal) has a lovely Mustang coupe (I think it may be a 66 though).

There must be something about BMWs and Mustangs that appeal to the same people - I'd certainly love a new V8! :lol:
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Post by Richard! » Thu Dec 07, 2017 12:56 pm

Yeah 8.5J really did look very silly. I’m trying to keep it looking somewhat classic.

There must be a bmw - mustang synergy... I’m sure it’s not the only one though :)

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Post by Paulr » Thu Dec 07, 2017 2:05 pm

Those wheels look great! Good mods as well, more reliable modern kit but not affecting the look or spirit of the car. Braver man than me with that carb. Whenever I stripped any carbs they never worked very well again!
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Post by mcbeee » Thu Dec 07, 2017 4:25 pm

If you care about the value of the car, don’t change anything from original. Changing things back to original is good, If you just want drive it and not worry then carry on .... :D :D
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Post by Richard! » Fri Dec 08, 2017 8:44 am

As mentioned before I’m after a car I can use anytime with no fuss, doesn’t overheat in the summer, stops quickly and goes. I don’t want a museum piece or an investment. It should be fun :)

In the unlikely event I sell the car I am keeping all the old parts, who ever buys it can have an all original car if that’s what they prefer.

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