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Re: AMT '67 Mustang Fastback-Stance Check-07/23

Postby speedgraflex » Fri Jul 23, 2021 10:31 pm

mustang1989 wrote:7 Quart Milodon high capacity oil pan and yeah....those do hang low. lol

Thanks for those Bruce!! That is a bad A$$ ride right there. Engine shots??!!


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Re: AMT '67 Mustang Fastback-A few notes......

Postby KSaarni » Sat Jul 24, 2021 2:16 am

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Yes, agree, now it starts to look as it should!

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Re: AMT '67 Mustang Fastback-Stance Check-07/23

Postby BlackSheep214 » Sat Jul 24, 2021 10:22 am

Wow.. check out the red air filter, distributor and wires. Those are definite inspiration photos for future auto builds for Mustang or Camaro.
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Re: AMT '67 Mustang Fastback-Stance Check-07/23

Postby keavdog » Sat Jul 24, 2021 5:46 pm

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mustang1989 wrote:7 Quart Milodon high capacity oil pan and yeah....those do hang low. lol

Thanks for those Bruce!! That is a bad A$$ ride right there. Engine shots??!!


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Beautiful engine bay. My 65 GT was called 'well optioned' which cluttered up the bay with AC/PS etc. That is exactly what I would look for if I were to get back into classics.
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Re: AMT '67 Mustang Fastback-Stance Check-07/23

Postby mustang1989 » Sat Jul 24, 2021 9:05 pm

I really figured something like that with that pan on there. You usually don't see an oil pan like that on a small block car and the front end up in the front like that. Friggin' sweet. That's alotta car right there. Thanks for posting these.
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Re: AMT '67 Mustang Fastback-Stance Check-07/23

Postby mustang1989 » Sat Jul 24, 2021 9:07 pm

Thanks for the comments fellas!!

Good news!! I found me some BONUS SHOTS of my old car!!!!! I'm currently doing a bathroom renovation to our master bathroom and needed some tools that were hidden away in the "house toolbox" by my wife. While looking for the tools I found a small plastic box with.......a whole load of pictures of my old blue Mustang PLUS a slew of negatives that I'll be taking to a photo developer here in town to have pictures printed up with. Frickin' SCORE!!!!

Here are those missing pictures of my '69 Mach 1 351W in my '67 while it was under construction. Man.....I haven't seen these things in 10 years. Now.....what tha hell were they doing in the dang tool box for? :headslap:

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Re: AMT '67 Mustang Fastback-Bonus Pictures!!

Postby keavdog » Sat Jul 24, 2021 10:32 pm

Nice! Always liked the big cobra air cleaner. So looking forward to your build.
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Re: AMT '67 Mustang Fastback-Bonus Pictures!!

Postby speedgraflex » Sat Jul 24, 2021 10:36 pm

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Wow! That’s incredible news! Great photos of a massive engine!
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Re: AMT '67 Mustang Fastback-Stance Check-07/23

Postby Handiabled » Sun Jul 25, 2021 2:42 am

[quote="mustang1989"]Thanks for the comments fellas!!

Good news!! I found me some BONUS SHOTS of my old car!!!!! I'm currently doing a bathroom renovation to our master bathroom and needed some tools that were hidden away in the "house toolbox" by my wife. While looking for the tools I found a small plastic box with.......a whole load of pictures of my old blue Mustang PLUS a slew of negatives that I'll be taking to a photo developer here in town to have pictures printed up with. Frickin' SCORE!!!!

Here are those missing pictures of my '69 Mach 1 351W in my '67 while it was under construction. Man.....I haven't seen these things in 10 years. Now.....what tha hell were they doing in the dang tool box for? :headslap:

If you are like I,,,,, you put them there to keep them away from the garbage can like my old concert t-shirts. My wife disposes things that are not worn frequently.
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Re: AMT '67 Mustang Fastback-Stance Check-07/23

Postby KSaarni » Sun Jul 25, 2021 4:40 am

Handiabled wrote:If you are like I,,,,, you put them there to keep them away from the garbage can like my old concert t-shirts. My wife disposes things that are not worn frequently.


Brent, I have experienced the same, suddenly things I have kept just one dat "disappear". Especially after som bigger cleaning operation in the house! Usually with a comment; "I thought it was garbage". :-D

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