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My Mustang Project Car

Well this is a video about my project car a 1966 Ford Mustang Coupe. I haven't done any video on it because I haven't really been working on it. I used it as a daily driver for 2 years but kept having problem with it. Also had 2 piston rings fail on the # 5 cylinder so now I need a new block. Wish I knew why the engine failed on me only had 2000 miles on it after the rebuild. I hope to get it running again soon!


 


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just put videos & pics together of my $600 budget Mustang project...i had $600. & wanted to flip a car went on craigslist.com & bought this Mustang for $430. & drove her home 50 miles....drove it for a week & collected some pats & materials for my project...bought passenagers fender for $25. from cocoa auto salvage..."thanks sandy!"...$27. a gallon...rustoleum safety red paint from home depot, (they had more colors then walmart)...$12. fiberglass...$9. bondo....went to the dollar store & bought scotch brite pads to prep the body before paint, all & all i have a total of $600. in the project.





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-Modelo plástico em escala1:25 (Revell), onde apliquei uma técnica de envelhecimento com base em ferrugem desenvolvida por mim, dando o aspecto de carro abandonado, largado em algum ferro velho ou terreno baldio... ............obrigado pela visita. - Model plastic escala1: 25 (Revell), which applied a technique based on aging rust developed by me, giving the appearance of the abandoned car, dropped in some junkyard or wasteland .... thanks for your visit...! Denis Bomfim...by Goodguys...!





complete $600 mustang project
i had $600. & wanted to flip a car went on craigslist.com & bought this Mustang for $430. & drove her home 50 miles....drove it for a week & collected some pats & materials for my project...bought passenagers fender for $25. from cocoa auto salvage..."thanks sandy!"...$27. a gallon...rustoleum safety red paint from home depot, (they had more colors then walmart)...$12. fiberglass...$9. bondo....went to the dollar store & bought scotch brite pads to prep the body before paint, all & all i have a total of $600. in the project. 50/50 mix did dull paint finish some...later might wet sand with1500-2000 grit & compound polish to a mirror shine....i know this video was long, sorry : )




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