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1984gt350

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Just joined. Been a car guy for ever. Current projects 1973 Mustang Q Code CobraJet 1966 Mustang 1984 20year Anni Convert Mustang 1966 Thunderbird.Enjoy Gears 
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Welcome,I'm taking the liberty of speaking for the GEARZ community in saying,We would love to see pictures of your projects. I know I would
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I'll second what Kurganhunter says.

We love pix.

Welcome to our house.  Take your shoes off, set a spell

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TC_Oklahoma

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Welcome!
The projects sound challenging. I have my hands full with just one and yes send pics.
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1984gt350

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OK you want to see my projects
My 66 Mustang putting transmission back in had to reseal it.. I'm 3rd owner has 117000 miles  1966.JPG 
My 1984 GT350 Anniversary Mustang Bought from original owner 302 5 speed
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1973 Mach 1 Cobrajet bought out of scottsdale Arizona rust free
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1966 Thunderbird rust free out of California
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Another project past the thunderbird is 1974 Ford F100 Ranger Short bed
and on the other side of it is 1979 Mustang Pace Car. It is nice to be retired
to ba able to work on them.



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They are all very cool. Cars are like potato chips You can't just have one. Unlike chips they make things thinner. Namely your wallet LOL Which one is your favorite? I am a truck guy but, the T Bird is my pick of your stable. You do not see as many of them as you do Mustangs. I like different
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1984gt350

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They are like children, you love them all, can't show favoritism, but if I had to choose, I love the early Mustangs. They are what I grew up with and  trucks as well.  Learned to drive on 1949 Ford F1. 50's 60's all are great!
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I learned on a 1966 Ford 2 wheel pick up with a 3 on the tree. At 19 I was turned on to Chevy trucks and due to the popularity in my area, I stuck with them ever since. My 54' is my favorite because it is my 1st full ground up build. Thanks for sharing your "Family photos" with everyone. I/we would love to see them highlighted one at a time with engine, interior, ect pics.
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