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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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Borgche
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Hi Gallop welcome to the Forum. Yeah Kerry's work is something else. The replacement panel is made by dynacorn and called a trunk divider package tray or bridge panel I had Harrys Classics bring it in it for me


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Thanks for the welcome and information Borgche. Boof - I'll post a few picture of my 'twins' at some stage - 65 fastback and 66 coupe. Owned the coupe since 2000, fastback since 2015. Coupe went through a total rebuild in 2006-2007 and has done less than 1000 miles since.


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Excellent - I like twins.....


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Final test fitting & trimming of the RH quarter panel was completed today.

I had, for the last week or so, been busy showing a Californian friend of ours around the Southern Highlands & Wollongong areas (as well as Duggo 😄 ). That had followed soon after Steve's (soc123_au) & my trip to Manila Wink2

Soooo, back to Patience ....... after test fitting the quarter (that was weeks ago), I now marked the wheel arch lip & trimmed it to 3/8" (10mm). This done so I can form the lip the same as a door skin is attached to the inner door shell. The lip of the outer wheel arch had already been removed before blasting. This @ a couple of other mods allow the tyre to sit close to the edge of the wheel arch without rubbing ......





Then fitted the quarter back on the shell & formed all the gaps before drilling & self tapping screwed into place. It is now almost ready for gluing (& a bit of welding ...... Thumbs Up )





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I don't think this car will recognise itself.


'68 J-code GT Fastback
'67 S-code GT coupe, 'Pink Bitz' formerly known as 'Hookin' up a brother'
'69 M_____ GTS Fastback 'Blasted'

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Ausjacko wrote
I don't think this car will recognise itself.

Yes, very nice work. Not many cars will receive that degree of attention.


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Today the left hand side received the treatment ........





Door gap fair, but not brilliant, due to it being a repo door shell. I will alter that when the quarter is glued in place .......







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I see you have five rolls of "Bondo Holda" waiting? IS that for this car or the Cooda?


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Never thought of "leaf guard" in that way before. Thanks Nuts for the tip ..... Thumbs Up


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Yep, Kerry that's why your working on my car.

Well my project is looking like a car again even if the quarters are just vice gripped on at this stage.

PS I'd offer to buy new doors again ( I think this would be the 3rd time) but I'd only get told they'd be no better than these ones.


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Awesome work.


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Great work as usual. Great seeing all this happen. It never gets old.


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This week was test fit engine & gearbox week. Engine in first .......





Has adjustable engine mounts that I set to as far back as they would allow. Still heaps of room to the firewall as it was formed for that .......



Also test fitted the headers we are not going to use, pics make that obvious (John had bought them when it was going to be left hand drive) 😄 ........





Then time for the box to go in, first cut out the floor for the shifter hole relocation .......







Box in place while I figure out the rear mount 🍿 .......





So, tomorrow purchase the new rubber mount & then figure out the fabrication of the mounting cross member Shocked

Photos by Mrsozbilt .......
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Is the shed air conditioned Poke

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J


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Astro wrote
Is the shed air conditioned Poke

Cheers

J


Yes, we have diverted the a/c from your room at The Ranch Poke


ozbilts better half !!!

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