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12 minutes ago, svtkeith said:

 

 

Ok ok ok ok ok!!....Geez man I'm busy at the office but I'll answer your question Tes........Yes and No.................:hysterical2:

Well....at least you didn't say "Maybe" and "Might Be Able To"...............................:hysterical2:

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1 hour ago, tesgt350 said:

Well....at least you didn't say "Maybe" and "Might Be Able To"...............................:hysterical2:

 

Yeah I get right to the point with my legal help............:hysterical:

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On 5/19/2018 at 6:34 PM, svtkeith said:

 

Gotcha thanks!!............:thumbsup:

I have been trying to get a tour for our T.S members of MM for a couple  of years just waiting Ford approval  .

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32 minutes ago, shelby001 said:

I have been trying to get a tour for our T.S members of MM for a couple  of years just waiting Ford approval  .

 

 

Huh?.............:headscratch:

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1 hour ago, svtkeith said:

 

 

Huh?.............:headscratch:

I think he means the Mustang Museum...

 

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2 hours ago, shelby001 said:

I have been trying to get a tour for our T.S members of MM for a couple  of years just waiting Ford approval  .

You should be able to get a Tour at the 55th.  I will miss the 55th, I made it to the 35th, 40th, 45 & the 50th.

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26 minutes ago, 06H275 said:

I think he means the Mustang Museum...

 

Nope Multimatic Motorsports that are making the Ford G.T. I have to get the okay from Jim Owens (Ford).

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40 minutes ago, shelby001 said:

Nope Multimatic Motorsports that are making the Ford G.T. I have to get the okay from Jim Owens (Ford).

:worship: That would be awesome!

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4 hours ago, shelby001 said:

Nope Multimatic Motorsports that are making the Ford G.T. I have to get the okay from Jim Owens (Ford).

 

Gotcha Jim............:thumbsup:

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17 hours ago, shelby001 said:

Nope Multimatic Motorsports that are making the Ford G.T. I have to get the okay from Jim Owens (Ford).

They are in your back yard............ good luck and take lots of Pics. 

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18 hours ago, 06H275 said:

:worship: That would be awesome!

Will keep you updated if you are interested in going.

 

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Hey Philadelphia Eagles: No White House for you.  Personally, as political as this has been the last 10 years, it should just stop.  The evil media is just gonna make more fake news about someone not going for made up reasons, so it's time to let it go.  Nothing is in the rules stating that you get to go to the White House if you win a championship.

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21 hours ago, markham51 said:

That coming from CNN is hilarious considering all the fake news they put out.  And they may not have done it last year, but I'm pretty sure there were a few doing it the year before.

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Those who have the 2015 and up Mustangs, does it Snow inside your car?  When I run the A/C on "MAX A/C" and after about 15 to 30 Minutes of driving I will see a white flake shoot out of the Center Vent and I will reach down and Turn the Fan Knob to HIGH and I get Snow Flurries for a second..........it's pretty cool.  Ford has always had the coldest A/C.

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2 hours ago, tesgt350 said:

Those who have the 2015 and up Mustangs, does it Snow inside your car?  When I run the A/C on "MAX A/C" and after about 15 to 30 Minutes of driving I will see a white flake shoot out of the Center Vent and I will reach down and Turn the Fan Knob to HIGH and I get Snow Flurries for a second..........it's pretty cool.  Ford has always had the coldest A/C.

 

You just got a Canadian model just trade it for a Florida Edition.........:hysterical2:

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34 minutes ago, svtkeith said:

 

You just got a Canadian model just trade it for a Florida Edition.........:hysterical2:

My next one WILL be the "Florida Edition"..........................a Convertible.......... :dance:

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4 hours ago, tesgt350 said:

Those who have the 2015 and up Mustangs, does it Snow inside your car?  When I run the A/C on "MAX A/C" and after about 15 to 30 Minutes of driving I will see a white flake shoot out of the Center Vent and I will reach down and Turn the Fan Knob to HIGH and I get Snow Flurries for a second..........it's pretty cool.  Ford has always had the coldest A/C.

It is no different than real snow. What you have is warm moist air coming in to contact with cold dry air. The sudden drop in temperature of the warm air reduces its ability to hold moisture and the moisture precipitates out and is frozen by the cold air. It probably happens mostly on really hot humid days. Saw it on more than one occasion in Florida in different cars not just Mustangs.

it can also mean that your AC system has a leak and your refrigerant is getting low.

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15 hours ago, mhr1961 said:

It is no different than real snow. What you have is warm moist air coming in to contact with cold dry air. The sudden drop in temperature of the warm air reduces its ability to hold moisture and the moisture precipitates out and is frozen by the cold air. It probably happens mostly on really hot humid days. Saw it on more than one occasion in Florida in different cars not just Mustangs.

it can also mean that your AC system has a leak and your refrigerant is getting low.

It is definitely not a leak, it has been doing it since I got the Car.  This is the first Car I had that snowed inside this much.  :dance:

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11 hours ago, tesgt350 said:

It is definitely not a leak, it has been doing it since I got the Car.  This is the first Car I had that snowed inside this much.  :dance:

 

Enjoy it buy a pair of snow shoes...………:lurk:

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Incase anyone is looking for a 2014 GT 500........ Black Coupe with White Stripes, White Stripes Recaro Seats, Shaker 1000, Car Cover and 12K Miles......$48K.  It was there Yesterday.

 

http://timberlandford.com/Tallahassee-Florida/For-Sale/Used/?PageSize=10&MakeId=12&Model=Mustang

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I drove to Ocala Yesterday and I noticed my A/C was not as cold as it usually gets.  I thought I may have a leak As Keith suggested.  I turned it off and about 30 minutes later, I turned it back on and it was super Cold again, had to do this twice.  I think my system is freezing over like I have seen some Home Systems do.  Any one have this problem and know of a fix?

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10 hours ago, tesgt350 said:

I drove to Ocala Yesterday and I noticed my A/C was not as cold as it usually gets.  I thought I may have a leak As Keith suggested.  I turned it off and about 30 minutes later, I turned it back on and it was super Cold again, had to do this twice.  I think my system is freezing over like I have seen some Home Systems do.  Any one have this problem and know of a fix?

What Causes Car AC Lines to Freeze Up?

Really, the only thing that should be in your car’s AC system is refrigerant and oil. To keep these things inside and others — such as air, moisture and dirt — out, the pipes, hoses and seals are specially designed to maintain a tight seal. The problem of car AC lines freezing up is caused by moisture that has been introduced into the system. At the expansion valve or fixed orifice tube, depending on the system, liquid refrigerant quickly expands into a gas, forcing the temperature to drop. Moisture in the system can freeze at that point, blocking refrigerant flow through the valve, and you’ll notice you have warm air coming out of the vents. As the valve warms up again, the ice melts and refrigerant flows, so you’ll get cool air again, but the cycle will continue.

Car AC lines freezing up? Here

Generally, the only way that moisture can get into the AC is if the system is opened up or if you have a leak. If there is a leak, air and moisture can be pulled in by vacuum on the low side of the system. Also, any time that the AC system is opened, moisture can get in. For example, if you use an R-134a top-off bottle to fill it up, a little moisture can get in when you open the valve cap and install the can. Similarly, if an accident breaks the system, such as the condenser or one of the lines, the open system can freely absorb water from the air. Normally, the receiver-dryer absorbs some of this moisture, but it only has so much capacity before it is saturated, leaving the rest to float about in the refrigerant stream.

What Can You Do About Moisture in the System?

If you notice your car AC lines freezing up, you have to get rid of the moisture that’s causing it, starting with a full leak check. Recover the refrigerant from the system and make any necessary repairs to parts such as O-rings, hoses, lines or evaporators. If the system has been opened for more than a few hours from an accident, damage or corrosion, the receiver-dryer absolutely must be replaced. It can become saturated when left exposed to the air. Alternatively, if the system has only been open a few minutes, during recovery and evacuation for engine repair, for example, you probably won’t have to replace it. Evacuate the AC system for about 30 minutes to boil off any moisture in the lines. Finally, recharge the system with the proper quantities of refrigerant, oil and a little ultraviolet dye for future leak detection.

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4 hours ago, tesgt350 said:

 

Not that I ever took the stuff but it should have been legalised years ago.....I worked part time as a bouncer at local clubs and

give me a guy stoned on weed any day compared to a guy drinking alcohol.

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10 minutes ago, svtkeith said:

 

Not that I ever took the stuff but it should have been legalised years ago.....I worked part time as a bouncer at local clubs and

give me a guy stoned on weed any day compared to a guy drinking alcohol.

Yep  +1

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11 minutes ago, svtkeith said:

 

Not that I ever took the stuff but it should have been legalised years ago.....I worked part time as a bouncer at local clubs and

give me a guy stoned on weed any day compared to a guy drinking alcohol.

Only problem is it is costing tax payers millions to have it legalized, yet we can`t afford to help our veteran`s .

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