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Was told Friday (today) but now its Monday/Tuesday due to moisture in the air. I dont care if its Friday at this stage and nor does my painter (which is a good thing) finally found one that cares and has a mustang himself.

Will keep you posted on the bolt kit.

As for the disc brake set up. I can order it, you pay him direct and ship it to me. I will throw it in the next car to Oz (just keep the reciept)

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As for the disc brake set up. I can order it, you pay him direct and ship it to me. I will throw it in the next car to Oz (just keep the reciept)

Matt


Sounds like a plan. Just let us know when its ordered and I will ring Chockstang and pay for it. Thumbs Up

When are you in OZ next? I think I might owe you a drink. Cheers


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Few more question have come up today when stripping the car.

Just wondering what the clip to the right of the photo is for? Was it just for wiring to hang over, or something else. Shrug




And could any one tell me whether this clip welded on the underside of the dash is correct or if it is supposed to be hiden behind the dash. The pic is taken looking up under the dash on the left hand side of the car. Just wondering if it is not correct if it would get in the way of the kick panel on that side?



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Top pic the clip is for that wiring harness

Bottom pic the bracket is correct & does not get in the way of the kick panel


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Thanks again. Sorry about the lame questions . But if you don't ask you don't learn and i want to try and understand as much as possible while stripping down the car as it will make reassembly much easier. Thumbs Up


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No such thing as a "lame or stupid" question.

I just spend the evening telling my sister in law why she does not need an early Mustang (they know nothing about cars) so I had lots of questions to answer tonight.


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Keep taking those pics as you wont believe how usefull they become on reassembly and they become a library for the rest of us that rush ahead.
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nassi wrote
Keep taking those pics as you wont believe how usefull they become on reassembly and they become a library for the rest of us that rush ahead.
cheers
HELP! SOS! did someone say rush ahead? yep I didn't have much interior to begin with so thats my biggest downfall


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Dynamic wrote
nassi wrote
Keep taking those pics as you wont believe how usefull they become on reassembly and they become a library for the rest of us that rush ahead.
cheers
HELP! SOS! did someone say rush ahead? yep I didn't have much interior to begin with so thats my biggest downfall


So make sure the next 67 project takes the pics you need Drink


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same dynamic... i didn't have a dash pad to pull out even...


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tim_morrison82 wrote
same dynamic... i didn't have a dash pad to pull out even...


yep same here too Neutral


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Just make sure, the new dash pad goes in early during the rebuild otherwise it will be a right buggah!


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nassi wrote
Keep taking those pics as you wont believe how usefull they become on reassembly and they become a library for the rest of us that rush ahead.
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I've got heaps more pics if you guys want some of them posted up. Just have to put them to my photobucket account tonight.


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You lot worry too much! You just turn it into a restomod then it doesnt matter what goes where. Shrug


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scott66stang wrote
You lot worry too much! You just turn it into a restomod then it doesnt matter what goes where. Shrug

And if at first it doesn't fit get a bigger hammer, and then if it still wont go just drill more holes, it's called customizing. That's my excuse and I'm sticking to it Shocked


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