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67 Stang, 30 years sitting, starting to come together.

Mkflow

New Member
Should have done this a year ago, but these are pics from the day I got it home to where it's at now. Back story is a buddy had this in his garage for 30 years taken apart as in the first pics. Tried to get it off him for the last 15 years, finally gave in and traded him my 83 Yamaha Venture for it. Motor was rebuilt about 28 years ago, took it apart, still had assembly lube on all the bearings, put a new oil pump and water pump on it. We'll see soon how it runs. Enjoy the timeline.


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Mkflow

New Member
Couple outside pics. And so far all work has been done all by myself. Since I moved to the thumb of Michigan, none of my buddies can seem to find my house, so I guess I guess I'm on my own on this one.


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janschutz

Corn Hauler
Painting is easy, it's all the work before the paint that's hard. Try it, you might surprise yourself.
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Looks great, I also want to learn to paint but I will have to wait until I retire in 4 years 6 months and then build my new car barn.
 
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