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Pic of Wife on National Mustang Day

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Took the 65 Mustang out yesterday during National Mustang day, My wife dressed for the occasion.

 

I am a lucky guy.

 

 

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does she know that you're posting pictures of her sexy legs on a public form....

 

Who do you think let me take the pic?

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No disrespect intended!

 

None taken. I think she has gotten hotter with age!

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There be no picture. I wanna see the Mustang. I had my '64 1/2 out for NMD as well.

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There be no picture. I wanna see the Mustang. I had my '64 1/2 out for NMD as well.

Pic is back up. I didn't want to offend anyone.

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Doug,

 

If it offends you, I can delete it.....

OFFEND ME!!!!! :hysterical2: You obviously don't know me.... I had to hold myself back from asking if you had any of her in something more revealing... :drool: sorry but that brought out the pig in me...

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Oh man, all black interior, that's gotta be rough in the summer. Anybody that's gonna be offended by that picture needs to be severely thrashed about the head and shoulders.

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It can get hot - you bet. I added Vintage Air to it when I had it restored, which helps somewhat.

 

Pics of when it was delivered when restoration was completed last year.

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It can get hot - you bet. I added Vintage Air to it when I had it restored, which helps somewhat.

 

Pics of when it was delivered when restoration was completed last year.

very nice, but I'm sure you already know that! :thumbsup:

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It can get hot - you bet. I added Vintage Air to it when I had it restored, which helps somewhat.

 

Pics of when it was delivered when restoration was completed last year.

 

Did it originally have a vinyl roof, they are kind rare, had a 65 G.T coupe with a vinyl roof.

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Did it originally have a vinyl roof, they are kind rare, had a 65 G.T coupe with a vinyl roof.

 

My parents ordered it new in 65. Built at Metuchen. I still have the original window sticker. My mom fell in love with the Mustang in 64, so they ordered it with the vinyl top, 6cyl, auto and a bench seat. It was the car that did all the Mom duty and then given to me. During the resto, I changed out the 6 (replaced in the 70's with an incorrect date coded engine) and replaced it with a 5.0 bored 35 over and dressed to look like a 289.

 

It took a year to restore. The body had never really been fixed from all the rot over the years. It made my mother cry when she saw it completed. I hadn't told her I was restoring it and waited to show it to her when it was done.

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My parents ordered it new in 65. Built at Metuchen. I still have the original window sticker. My mom fell in love with the Mustang in 64, so they ordered it with the vinyl top, 6cyl, auto and a bench seat. It was the car that did all the Mom duty and then given to me. During the resto, I changed out the 6 (replaced in the 70's with an incorrect date coded engine) and replaced it with a 5.0 bored 35 over and dressed to look like a 289.

 

It took a year to restore. The body had never really been fixed from all the rot over the years. It made my mother cry when she saw it completed. I hadn't told her I was restoring it and waited to show it to her when it was done.

Great story , has mom driven it?

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WTF? :hysterical2:

 

No offense intended.

 

That to...

 

:hysterical:

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Very nice restoration. So cool that you've had it the whole time.

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Here's one I like for National Mustang Day......Now that's a "Pony" interior....... :)

 

Here's the whole car.........

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Here's one I like for National Mustang Day......Now that's a "Pony" interior....... :)

 

Here's the whole car.........

HMMM I got pony interior in the `65 vert. but doesn`t look like that any help on this?

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