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1972 Mustang resto 6 years 8 months ago #1310

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Re:1972 Mustang resto 6 years 8 months ago #1312

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Just had a run through your resto. 12 years I make that. I know I would run out of patience by now but looks as if you are doing the business. hope you get it finished soon.
Wonder what Johns good lady thinks about it
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Re:1972 Mustang resto 6 years 8 months ago #1316

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Thanks Nadia,
Carol was the one spending as the spares were for her car!! Nice couple and Johns very knowledgable on the Cleveland engines a good contact to have.
Do you have a car yourself??
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Re:1972 Mustang resto 6 years 8 months ago #1320

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Lost me for a minute there Scotty. The John I was referring to was yourself and wondered what your wife thought of the 12 years she has put up with your other love. I suppose the same could be said of almost anybody on this forum.
I dont have anything special at the moment, serious lack of funds . My dear old dad was a Fordy man (Anglia's, Mk1 Cortina's and Mk1 Escort) and he passed his passion on to me. I now spend most of my time reading about classics and on numerous forums talking about them. How sad am I :)
I have visited the states a few time and been blown by the standards of their restorations, so you have a
great wealth of supply companies and advice forums. I noticed you want to go for a black paint job, very brave I hope you have a hell of a good paint/body man in mind, although I notice a lot of the concourse boys are opting for for black with a touch of claret, just to add a bit of richness, worth getting a few test panels done before you spend the big bucks.

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Re:1972 Mustang resto 6 years 8 months ago #1322

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Sorry Nadia completely crossed wires there because even my wife calls me Scotty, only my old ma called me John.... lol
My wife has put up with a lot but in true woman style when i bought the car she got a new Range Cooker she wanted!!!! Good deal for me!!
Carol I was referring to in last post has a "71-73" shape mustang same as me. She showed me a pic of it and I said " nice PINK car " to be promptly told its light purple colour??......., lol
If your not bothered about getting your hands dirty there are a lot of wee projects out there?? I have a mate in Glasgow who imports Classic Mustangs and always has a few for sale of you fancy a Yank??
Speak soon
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