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Well it has finally arrived. 😂

Picked the car up on Friday, but due to telstra's incompetence we have no internet at home, so have had to wait till I get to work to post a thread.

Car is a 65 vert, possibly an A code but no data plates so not sure how much info I can get just from the vin? Shrug Cost $6000 US not including all fees etc to get it shipped over here.

It is my first real project so I know I have a lot of work ahead of me, but i am looking forward to the challenge and will undoubtedly have an endless number of dumb questions for you guys. Hopefully with some hard work and help from you guys one day my mustang will be full of awesome.


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excellent Tim looks like a bit of work ahead gauging by all the parts you have look forward to another build thread!
is it going to be somewhat origional restore or some retromods along the way?


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Good purchase mate, and it looks like you got alot of parts shipped with it, well done. Look forward to the build.


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Looks good Tim, good luck with it!


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Good luck with it dude - we're at the end of ours - I know the work invloved..all worth it though

Whats your build budget?


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Nice. Go for it mate, but at least put on some workshop safety thongs! 👋


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Thanks guys

Pete I will keep it fairly original but not concours, if that makes sense.

JC the budget changes each day depending on what mood the boss is in. At the end of the day whatever it costs to get it to my satisfaction is what I am willing to pay.

Nuts you wouldn't believe it looking at the photos but when we unloaded it from the trailer it absolutely pissed down so everything got drenched and the safety thongs were slipping around more then bare feet. Thumbs Up


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Enjoy the ride - its awesome Wink2


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xpconnor wrote
Thanks guys


At the end of the day whatever it costs to get it to my satisfaction is what I am willing to pay.

that is a perfect summary of how my build will be great frame of mind to have unless your like me and demand perfection Head Bash


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You'll be suprised how good they come up after a super duper detail, and a buff.


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Nice work Tim, looks like a good buy. Keep the updates and pics coming mate as you know how much we like project threads.


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MustangMedic wrote
You'll be suprised how good they come up after a super duper detail, and a buff.


HAHA
My mates joked with me it just needed a good cut and polish when they saw it.


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xpconnor wrote




Really nice mate. She definately is a looker and has some real potential in her.

I am in love with the squared off look of the 65's. Good choice!


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Great buy Smile Congrats!


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Nice vert man. Is that Vintage Burgandy colour? I always liked that colour.

More pics! Smile


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