Separate names with a comma.
Hello there guest and Welcome to The #1 Classic Mustang forum!
To gain full access you must Register. Registration is free and it takes only a few moments to complete.
Already a member? Login here then!
Discussion in 'Member's Build Threads' started by swpruett, Jun 26, 2012.
Thanks very much Riles! Gotta admit I am a sucker for the 69/70 body as well!
Details, details! Lots of hours spent in the shop working on the rear quarter end caps and valence getting everything gapped and smoothed just like we want it. Lots of work left, but it's really starting to look great!
Slow, slow, SLOW! Detail work at the rear of the car continues, but progress has been made! Heading into the Fall season and things are starting to shape up on the bodywork front. Soon, we will be fitting new doors and working the roof areas. My Winter work is planned!
Lot's of time in the shop lately taking care of a TON of little jobs leading up to paint in the trunk! I think we will be set for winter work in short order.
Nice !!! the "little things " makes the big difference in the end.
Thanks Bruno! It's finally starting to feel (and look) like we're getting somewhere!
Patience my friend , patience.
Till now , you may be very , very proud of your work !!!
Made a good bit more progress on the Boss project in the past few weeks. A few product plugs for a few things that are really worth a look. Enjoy!
I wanted to invite everyone to visit and "Like" or "Follow" our Night Mission Boss 302 pages on Facebook & Instagram.
Our Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/NightMissionBoss302
Our Instagram Feed: http://instagram.com/night_mission_boss_302
We post short progress updates more frequently at these two social media outlets. It's a quick and easy "on-the-fly" way of keeping the information flow on the project coming. Please feel free to visit our pages and drop us a comment or two and if you like what you see, please "share" our pages with your friends!
Loving all the effort on the small stuff that goes unseen. It all adds up to the big picture that will be seen being that much better.
Thanks very much Terry! Staying the course on the small stuff is an exercise in patience for sure. Now that the car is starting to look more like a car, it's tough to not want to start flying along out of enthusiasm. But, in the end, I have to talk myself down off the edge to stay focused! Dang it!
It's been a busy month in the shop and the doors are starting to really look good! Got both doors fitting very nicely and the gaps are now perfect!
It's been a while since my last update but I have managed to make some progress. Here's a short update on some brake master cylinder stuff I've been working on. Enjoy!
Impressive as usual. One step closer.
Thanks guys! Always appreciate your support!
Big changes in facilities in the works around here!
I get asked a lot about using U-Pol's Raptor coating as an alternative to conventional undercoating sprays and other underbody protectants, so this update features Raptor coating again but this time on the bottom of our new stainless fuel tank and the rear valence. Hope this helps answer some of the questions!
When progress on the new shop ain't happening, we go back into the shop to work on the Boss! Brake plumbing is done along with a few other details and a few tips to share along the way!
Well, I'm LONG overdue in this update, so apologies in advance!
The shop is done and outfitted and we have finally been able to get back to work on the Boss build! Got the rear axle assembly & 4-link installed and are well on our way to lots of new stuff!