1990 mustang drag car


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Just started this Wednesday it looks awsome post-13862-0-04090400-1404495242_thumb.jpost-13862-0-54198700-1404495263_thumb.jpost-13862-0-74053500-1404495295_thumb.j

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Great start! What do you use for paint the metal parts?

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Silver sharpie it works great

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Thanks, really looks good! I try this but only in a few details, never in big pieces, but I'll try as soon as I can!

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Silver sharpie looks good.I never thought about using for an entire part.

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im just curious, where did u get the Edelbrock intake and the tubing from??

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They come with the new foxbody drag car kit

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I'm really sorry for going away from yer post a bit, but who makes the kit? or any other details, ie box art, year, etc would be REALLY appreciated!!! Thanks very much!!

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It's a revell kit came out last week post-13862-0-36028200-1404732055.jpg

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Some updated picspost-13862-0-34863000-1405003959_thumb.jpost-13862-0-65227600-1405003988_thumb.j I kept out the second seat and replaced it with a parts box fire extinguisher post-13862-0-58803300-1405004023_thumb.j

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What color are going with on the body?

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post-13862-0-69681200-1405029770_thumb.j I think it will look nice on the foxbody

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Very nice choice.I painted the 49 Merc that color.

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Looking really great.

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I think it will make it stand out for shure

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Finished the chassis and interior I did not use the tubeler front suspension it's very tricky to get in place post-13862-0-46636000-1405083306_thumb.jpost-13862-0-53288900-1405083360_thumb.jpost-13862-0-22192200-1405083382_thumb.jpost-13862-0-64484900-1405083416_thumb.j

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Here's the interior I wish I had the hurst lightning rod shifters in my parts box to use they would have looked awsome in this post-13862-0-71870400-1405083469_thumb.jpost-13862-0-75413100-1405083526_thumb.j got plenty of other ford parts so I'm goodpost-13862-0-67183500-1405083613_thumb.j post-13862-0-12835800-1405083663_thumb.j

Edited by Jaguar man 21

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I really like it! The atension to the detayls are aawesome!

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The chassis and interior look great.

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The chassis and interior look great.

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Thank you guys I highly recommend it it's a great kit

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Nice work,this one is on my to buy list. Can't wait to see more.

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Nice!

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First test fit of the bodypost-13862-0-99725300-1405296117_thumb.j and finished engine post-13862-0-87990900-1405296152_thumb.jpost-13862-0-40024300-1405296180_thumb.jpost-13862-0-73468300-1405296220_thumb.j

I'm going try to get the first coat of paint on tomorrow but the weather looks iffy

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I like the kits details. It's now often that we see a tie rod that actually looks like one. Well you're doing a fine job on this built. Can't wait to see it done...

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