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Old 12-13-2011, 11:48 AM
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1966 mustang for a 1984 ford truck!!!

Hey guys, i have some questions about a 1966 mustang coup that i have aquired through trade of my 1984 ford f-150 pu. first thing first what is the difference between a coupe and a fastback? and does anyone know where i can find a strut tower brace for the stang its kinda my new project car it originally had a straight six but now has a 302 v8 with a c6 tranny the guy couldnt finish putting it together all the parts are there it just needs assembled i have no idea why in the world he wants a truck but its all good i would love a classic mustang.
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Old 12-13-2011, 12:28 PM
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Thanks you honesty I like the coupe compaired the the fastback
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Be sure and check for rust in the usual spots (google rust, 66 mustang). One of the main problem areas is the cowl area in front of the windshield. Can end up leaking into the interior and be a big headache.
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