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Discussion in 'General Mustang Discussion' started by Dne', Sep 9, 2008.

  1. Dne'

    Dne' Active Member

    Hi! dne' here! or Sportbikechick,
    I'm in West Houston, and working on my '67 Mustang. I wanted a Mustang project to keep me busy for a while! Sluggo has been coaching me and I'm finding myself to need a lot of coaching! I got the rolling chassis 8 months ago and have been at it as often as I can! Anyway, just wanted to introduce myself, now I need to get in the garage! Have a nice day!
    Most recent pic:
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  2. daveSanborn

    daveSanborn Active Member

    We won't hold that against you.... well, at least I won't.

    Welcome to the forum.

    Is this your first "project car" resurrection? From the before and after pictures, it seems you've gotten a bit of work done. What happened to your radiator support?
  3. blue65coupe

    blue65coupe Well-Known Member

    Welcome Dne', the work you've done looks great.
    Dave, are you not gonna hold it against her that Sluggo is helping her or the fact she owns a coupe?
  4. Sluggo

    Sluggo Active Member Staff Member Moderator

    Wassup Dne'?

    You'll find that this place is quite a bit different from others. The answers aren't Instantaneous, but are usually in synch with one another. Best of all usually correct ~thu

    The site is purposely not policed too much so from time to time you may run into something off-color.

    Things of that nature are generally confined to the Grumpy Old Farts Lounge. To gain entry you have to request the password from an admin or a moderator.

    Welcome :blob10:
  5. AzPete

    AzPete Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator

    Welcome. Car looks good. Lots of different things happen here but if you know Sluggo, that should not be a problem for you. lol
  6. Dne'

    Dne' Active Member

    Hey, I can take whatever these guys dish out!! lol As long as I get my answers! Be sweet, I'll be back later!
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  7. daveSanborn

    daveSanborn Active Member

    Along with the radiator support, you should have removed that front crossmember.

    ~thu :icon_thumleft:
  8. Fast68back

    Fast68back Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator


    Are you wearing highheels?
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  9. cmayna

    cmayna DILLIGARA? Donator

    Before you start welding, you might put some more clothes on. Them fireballs are brutal.

    Oh yeah, welcome to SF.

    I just recently welded in a new radiator support and battery apron, so I know how you feel right about now. Hope you did lots measuring before you ripped out the old sheetmetal.
  10. 70_Fastback

    70_Fastback Hell Bent for Speed Staff Member Moderator

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  11. Midlife

    Midlife Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator

    What's the label on the driver's side shock tower?

    BTW, it took me several minutes before my eyes diverted off target...
  12. Dne'

    Dne' Active Member

    yes Dave, this is my first project car! I've worked on my motorcycles in the past, but wanted something more intense! As for the radiator support, it was rusted out. I removed it thinking I could save the main support, but the new radiator support came with the main support attached. So, I cut that one out and should be installing the radiator support in today! The strut channels will be installed maybe today too.

    As for the photos, I don't wear shorts when I work on my car! lol and I'm not wearing heels in that photo. however I do have a selection of heels!

    I've learned a great deal about this car and really do appreciate the true restoration people out there! I don't think I'd want to install floor pans again! I'm thankful in that my cowls were OK~ I didn't even know they were there! Anyway, I didn't get to work on my car yesterday, so I've got to make up some time today!
    thanks ya'll!
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  13. Dne'

    Dne' Active Member

    Welded in radiator support

    I told you I'd do this part today! I also welded in the strut channels! Really wasn't so bad! My mig welder is excellent! Tomorrow I'll shoot epoxy primer on the work that I did. I'm worn out! lol to the showers my friends(just me, not you!)

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  14. daveSanborn

    daveSanborn Active Member

    Gulp.... the girls got skilz....


    Consider welding in the shock tower reinforcement kit. You'll be glad you did and now is the perfect time to do it. I believe Craig has some nice pictures of the kit being installed and will be happy to share...
  15. monkeystash

    monkeystash Active Member

    Very nice job Dne'! You work fast! :icon_thumleft:
  16. Midlife

    Midlife Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator

    Re: Welded in radiator support

    I think you'll find yourself in need of a deep back massage when you're done with the shower. I'll be a-waiting your call. :dance
  17. Johnny M

    Johnny M Active Member

    Hello from Ireland....Great work on the coupe.....

    I's also like to see the pics of the Shock Tower reinforcement kit being installed as i have to tackle this job pretty soon....

  18. cmayna

    cmayna DILLIGARA? Donator

    Sorry Dave,
    I chose not to weld the kit it afterall for I didn't like the looks.
  19. Fast68back

    Fast68back Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator

  20. daveSanborn

    daveSanborn Active Member

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