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Mustang Technical Discussion > Mustang Projects > Project 'Patience' the 64.5 Fastback > Community Forums > Mustang Forum Australia - Mustang Tech

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rkmiller73 wrote
Looks good, lots of hard work!

You guys should drive on the right side of the road! 😛


True, but we are happy on the "right" side of the car ........ :rotfl:

Mrsozbilt & I drove our right hand drive 69 Mach 1 for 11 years while we lived in CA. Drove it in 35 states without issue.


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The "heater" side of the firewall going in place. Main issue was making sure the heater A/C unit would fit. The Vintage Air unit is not a good size & shape for when a conversion is happening, but as it came with the car, we are making it work.

Anyone doing a future conversion would do well to install an Old Air unit as they are so compact & a simple reversal of the demister duct allows it to bolt in place in the section shown in this pic .......



I have beaten the edges of the blower hole flat along with the old heater hose holes. They will now have sections made & welded in place as we are not using them. When finished it will look like Ford stamped the firewall, but never punched the holes .......



Bottom strip added, now it fits the top & floor ......



Visited my A/C guru mate (he owns the burgundy E Type Jag seen at Duggo) & we changed the heater pipes & the high & low pressure lines so they all now will sit on the inside of the car. That will allow me to have the holes in the firewall that will suit the location of both the heater hose route & position of the A/C compressor. The previous routing of the pipes is shown in the first pic ........







Now to make the outer cover & glue in place. That cover will have the mounts that adapt to the original mount holes on the firewall that surround the old blower hole ..... 😄


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Proper AC system with a copper evaporator that's the go.


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Very neat old fella.


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yep, looks good- and complex


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'67 S-code GT coupe, 'Pink Bitz' formerly known as 'Hookin' up a brother'
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Guess what I will be continuing to do tomorrow ....... Wink2





I do have another small "Holden" type project, don't I Jacko ...... Poke


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By "small project" do you mean setting it on fire?


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hybrid wrote
By "small project" do you mean setting it on fire?


That was harsh. I have not even started on the wiring yet.

Am trying to get the rest of it up to you; nearly there.


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All kinds of wonderful going down on my car at the moment. Kerry It's awesome your happy showing your skills and knowledge by documenting it in this thread because both are Becoming very rare these days. It's the best work an thread I've seen on the topic.

pS I'm working on the dash fascias.


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Borgche wrote
All kinds of wonderful going down on my car at the moment.


We all are extremely fond of our cars Borgche but going down on them is taking it to a whole new level. Sounds like Kerry may have gotten into the act also. Who am I to argue though. Carry on. Drool


"The simple answer is, even if I have decided I still don't know what to do."

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cage wrote
Borgche wrote
All kinds of wonderful going down on my car at the moment.


We all are extremely fond of our cars Borgche but going down on them is taking it to a whole new level. Sounds like Kerry may have gotten into the act also. Who am I to argue though. Carry on. Drool


Sorry, I am heading to Perth, seems to me that Q is a LOT more interesting at this time. If you need me, I will be in the back seat of Q ........ Drool


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OK, Perth & Q did not work out for me. They were all gone when I got there ...... Furious

Soooo, back to the shed & Patience (which I am NOT going down on ...... Impatient ). Transition panel arrived from Capital Classics today, a nice piece & I will install the lot rather than cutting & splicing.

The wiper positions were completed today on the outside, the inners have only the hole punched & the triangular 3 riv nuts will be installed when I have the wiper motor & arms converted.

Plenum inner punched ......



Outer wiper positions complete & old positions filled ......



Day off tomorrow as Mrsozbilt & I are off to lunch at Watsons Bay. 43 years married (48 together) ..... 👼


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What a great celebration, many don't even make 5 or 10. Congrats and have a nice lunch, I am sure you will celebrate with a nice drink (cup of tea) Smile


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That's more than two life sentences Kerry. Congrats To the Mrs for putting up with you!


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