vintagestang

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  • Birthday 08/22/1998

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  • Location South Arkansas
  • Full Name Patrick

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  1. vintagestang added a post in a topic Newbie from Puerto Rico   

    ¬°Bienvenido el foro!
  2. vintagestang added a post in a topic 1967 Ford Mustang GT Update.............Making a pretty face prettier! 8/22/15   

    Great work! I just thought that I would point out that the fuel pump should have an cast aluminum upper part with a zinc plated lower part.
  3. vintagestang added a post in a topic Remembering back when...   

    I'm too young to have a "back when" story but I'll tell you about something my dad did. Back in the 70s when my dad was in high school he built a hot 327 with a Muncie trans for his 57 Chevy. One day he was testing the clutch and ended up falling off the milk crate he was sitting on and the car just kept idling down the road.
  4. vintagestang added a post in a topic Harry needs these for his Mustang...   

    Tell that to the people around here that drive with their high beams on.
  5. vintagestang added a post in a topic 1967 Ford Mustang GT Update.............Making a pretty face prettier! 8/22/15   

    Your models are always really nice. I couldn't put that much detail into a model.
  6. vintagestang added a post in a topic 1967 Ford Mustang GT Update.............Making a pretty face prettier! 8/22/15   

    I have an Edelbrock carb and intake manifold so I don't know if the linkage is completely stock but I think it is.
    http://i1172.photobucket.com/albums/r574/Patrick_Mosier/Mobile%20Uploads/462C8C0F-60B3-4007-91FA-D3F33568B856_zpsyzgjm50w.jpg
    http://i1172.photobucket.com/albums/r574/Patrick_Mosier/Mobile%20Uploads/70C378A6-D31C-4E8D-A8E4-A1DD374ACC53_zpswqmxdsd9.jpg
    http://i1172.photobucket.com/albums/r574/Patrick_Mosier/Mobile%20Uploads/0F852EB1-0878-43FC-9581-101DF1CA7029_zpsosc6it1n.jpg

    This is the stock bracket. http://www.cjponyparts.com/accelerator-spring-bracket-v8-4-barrel-1965-1966/p/HW1333/
  7. vintagestang added a post in a topic Tesla confirms "affordable" model coming in 2017   

    Even though I think it's neat, there is no replacement for displacement!
  8. vintagestang added a post in a topic 1967 Ford Mustang GT Update.............Making a pretty face prettier! 8/22/15   

    The dipstick is next to the coil and you can see where it goes into the timing cover.
    http://i1172.photobucket.com/albums/r574/Patrick_Mosier/Mobile%20Uploads/1FA72C11-3844-4EB6-99C0-4C319EDCAEDA_zps1tisjrqc.jpg
    The yellow thing is the oil filter. I didn't realize how hard it was to get to from the top.
    http://i1172.photobucket.com/albums/r574/Patrick_Mosier/Mobile%20Uploads/9F51616B-F5F7-45D8-8FFA-CD70B17309E8_zpsalpbrnvu.jpg

    BTW, The heater hoses are not in the factory location.
  9. vintagestang added a post in a topic 1967 Ford Mustang GT Update.............Making a pretty face prettier! 8/22/15   

    If it would help, I could post a picture of any of the engine parts from my Mustang.
  10. vintagestang added a post in a topic Stolen cuda found but owner can't get it back   

    I doubt that there really is a "Mr. Stanley" and that he is trying to avoid getting charged for grand theft auto.
  11. vintagestang added a post in a topic Stolen cuda found but owner can't get it back   

    I would be willing to bet that when it was stripped the visible VIN numbers were ground off. If this happened to me I would steal it back.
  12. vintagestang added a post in a topic 1967 Ford Mustang GT Update.............Making a pretty face prettier! 8/22/15   

    If I remember right the area between the spokes should be charcoal gray.
  13. vintagestang added a post in a topic 1967 Ford Mustang GT Update.............Making a pretty face prettier! 8/22/15   

    The chrome trim around the wheel well was standard for the GT but could be deleted. It could also be added on a non GT.
  14. vintagestang added a post in a topic I believe that model building is more popular than we might think   

    I'm 15 too and I enjoy building models because I can build cars that I can't have. I have been away from the hobby for a little while because I have a 1966 Mustang, 1979 H/O, a 1971 Camaro, and a 2001 Dodge Dakota so they keep my pretty occupied.
  15. vintagestang added a post in a topic Driverless Trucks?   

    This is so stupid. What happens if a computer malfunctions and wreck it? Huge lawsuit. I'll stick to my old carburated engines and manual steering.