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Discussion in 'General Mustang Discussion' started by Fast68back, Mar 29, 2010.
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My Mustang. A 68 coupe I bought a couple months ago.
This is my 3rd Mustang, but the first since the late 70s. If you didn't notice, it's been lowered a bit which causes some problems that I'm currently working through but I guess that's another thread.
In my old-timers mind this car is best described as a hot rod. It's got a built 351W stroker and a 5 speed. It's pretty much all business.
Here's a short startup video I took the day I test drove it.
Its a really sharp looking car. You cant be doing the engine any favors with that tiny little air filter though
that sounds pretty mean. I like the El Camino in the back there too
here's mine idling...
Here's a few pictures from today.
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My 1966 Mustang Coupe 289 4V (A) code premium gas engine Top Loader 4 speed 3:00 rear gear Bench front seat with A/C and factory AM 8track Radio factory door speakers.///This picture is before the mod's in progress
Man, this spring weather is the best.
your car looks great, but you might want to do a little maintenance on your house. It looks a little rough in that picture... lol.
Yeah, but look how nice the lawn is.
Man, beautiful day for a hot rod here in North TX.
My '64 1/2 D code coupe.
I'll take it !!
You'll have to dodge a few kangaroos when you do.
Heh, I just came across this reply again and wanted to note that I have done something about that. Had to cut a hole in the hood, but hey, fresh air!
Are you bottoming out in dips and such? maybe you need some beefier coil springs?
Got air shocks in the back that I keep pumped hard enough to not bottom. The front is a puzzle not yet solved. I like the stance, but it's definitely incompatible with great handling. I haven't decided what to do, but I'm not going to raise it much, if any.