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1967mustang

Member Since 12 Feb 2009
Offline Last Active Mar 03 2010 04:45 PM
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SOS... I Need Some Information!

24 February 2010 - 04:49 PM

okay everyone i need your help! I'm building a 1970 Challenger convertible kit and i need information things like where was the plant that built the convertibles? what was the average number of people it took to complete one? how many coats of primer, paint, and clear went on one? which company made the original tires that went on the car? so if anyone has any info it would be greatly appreciated. you can post it here or E-mail me at 1967@chess.com thank you! :)

im in

26 July 2009 - 04:19 PM

count me in ill join ive got to find a kit but hey ill try it. :rolleyes:

97 mustang

17 April 2009 - 12:06 PM

can you tell it was the boyd codington kit? the rear bumper gave me issues if you notice it no longer says mustang on it. but hey enjoy!

































more pics later

T-5 the german Mustang

30 March 2009 - 11:57 AM

this is my first under glass post the pictures are from my first ever competition where i won my first ever blue ribbon ENJOY



Is it a Mustang?
The answer is no!

In 1965 Ford decided to send the Mustang overseas to Germany. The problem? The name Mustang was already in use by a motorcycle company and a truck company in Germany, so Ford would have had to pay a $10,000 fee for the right to use the Mustang name in Germany. So instead of paying $10,000 Ford decided to designate all German export Mustangs as T-5’s (that had been the project code at Ford). All 65’-78’ Mustangs exported to Germany were designated as T-5’s. The Mustang name does not appear anywhere on the vehicle. The T-5 was not only different in name but in equipment too, due to them having to fit German motor vehicle regulations. There had to be an anti-theft locking device on the steering column, sealed beam headlights (common in North America) were not legal in Germany, parking lamps and turn signals had to be different, high beam indicators had to be blue not red, and the taillights were modified to German motor vehicle regulations. Some T-5’s got metric speedometers. Many T-5’s that returned to America with military personnel were converted to miles-per-hour. Not all T-5’s got these modifications. Ford built thousands of T-5’s for German export not all of them returned.

The T-5 I have built has a 289 and Ford 9-inch. It’s raven black with red deluxe interior. It has black steel wheels and red line tires. I hope that all shall enjoy its beauty and history.

Thank you for looking, I hope you enjoyed it.









Thank you to Tim Ridout for giving me the link to Model Car Magazines website. Thank you Gary in Texas for sending the redlines. And last but not least thank you Mustang Monthly Magazine for giving me the information.

One Wicked Snake Bite!

24 March 2009 - 02:44 PM

this is my first on the work bench im going to take pictures of almost every step it in paint right now but heres some pics. Feed back is appreciated! these are just pics of it straight out of the box except that i already got htem off the trees.Attached File  IMG_1043.JPG   269.54KB   29 downloadsAttached File  IMG_1044.JPG   320.19KB   20 downloads