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Discussion in 'General Mustang Discussion' started by Fast68back, Mar 29, 2010.
Yeah, if you were "rich"!
ha ha.....every other car on the pages of Car Craft and Hot Rod was wearing BFG rubber
The Colt (in race trim) and me @ Portland Intl Raceway giving a check ride to a buddy.
New wheels and tires! 215/60/15's all around. I had to slightly roll the front fender lips. I bought the wheels in July of 06. At the time I had only opened up one box. Fast forward 9 years and finally decided to put them on. I ordered 4 tires from the local shop. I wanted to mount and balance the tires myself. I opened 2 more wheels and they were fine. I get to the fourth box, wrong wheel! Someone had slipped a TTO in a TTD box. Not to much recourse now, oh well. These are USA made D's too. I was a little concerned about 9 years and Chinese manufacture that a replacement wheel may not quite match. So on to ebay not only do I find a USA made D but the packing date on the 3 D's I have is 6-28-06, the one I bought on ebay was packed on 6-27-06! It matches perfectly in every way. I'm happy.
A new one I like
That car is Bad Ass.
What size slick is on the back of that white 68, and rim size. love that look.
15x11 with 5"bs with M/T 29.5x10.5W
Man, I'd make that my Christmas card picture...
I like early pics. Where you see a car's potential.
Not so long after acquiring my '67 I moved. New place had no garage or anything so I set about building my car a house toot sweet. STILL haven't replaced that nasty front bumper. Just now realized my repop hood didn't have the letter holes. Wonder what I did with the letters? Hmmm.
About the same location much later. Lots of potential. The only usable/repairable parts visible in the picture are the headlight door, fender, and a-pillar. The expession under the bumper is pretty much the same as my wife's whenever she looks at this thing. Unlike the '67, it's looks have yet to improve. Currently shelved.
SWMBO's, very early. Just swapped on 10 hole wheels. Still a 2.3 in this pic. Paint looks 10 times better than reality in this picture. So chalky that if you touched it it looked like you wiped a chalkboard with your hand. In many spots it had flaked completely off and been replaced by some white primer. Which actually sort of matched! We drove this thing basically like this for many years. It is getting refreshed. Finally. Anybody else have trouble keeping dogs out of pictures?