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so far heres the 65 Mustang

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I almost feel out of place in here!! Heres my 65 Mustang so far, I'll be dropping in a Boss 302 that currently is getting the detail of plug wires.

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I'll still be doing more engine paint detail as I go, I guess I get too excited as I get part accomplished!! If theres any tips for a better job any where I'm waiting for replys, thanks for viewing.

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Sweet so far man! Love the color, that body style is so cool!

Manny

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Yu just gotta hold yur breath a little bit longer Scott, yu can do it. :twisted:

One of my favorite Falcons, tha '64/65 Mustang. :( just teasing :wink:

Zeb

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I don't think you need any tips... Looks pretty good so far! Excellent color for that car.

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Looks pretty darn good to me Scott!..is that Grabber green? 8) ...B

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Just one quick question: Why a Boss 302?

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I completely messed up the paint on a 70 Boss 302, so I used the body as a test piece, for colors, I cut the doors to practice, and I just built a 289 GT350R, and the motor in the 1965 standard mustang is a 289, and it deserves a Boss 302, mostly because I had one sitting in a box! And its not typical so I decided to mix it up a bit and drop one in there, it fits perfect. I am putting the 289 headers on the 302 so it hooks up to the exaust properly. The motor itself doesn't offer the detail of the 289 but I think it'll puzzle people and thats why I did it, and to me the only 289 worth having is a tri-power, this isn't that so I figure its my world and its the only 1965 Boss 302 I'll probably ever see more less ever own!! :D

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P.S. Yes its Grabber Green, I seen it and fell in love with it!! I think it may have turned out better with either a primer or a lighter flat shade of green as a base cote, but thats for next time. :D

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