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post #1 of 20 Old June 6th, 2012, 12:40 PM Thread Starter
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1965 GT 350 Fastback build

This is a car that one of our customers had been building for his 16 your old son. Till one day he told his father that he wanted a truck instead. The car was a painted shell at that time. It sat for 2 years before he decided to sell it. We bought it and finishing the build for ourselves.

Here is what we are doing with it.



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Subbed, I bet that was heartbreaking when his son told him that.



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if i had a son and he told me he wanted a truck instead of a stang id give him up for adoption.... lmao jk :p

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if i had a son and he told me he wanted a truck instead of a stang id give him up for adoption.... lmao jk :p

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When I was 16 I would have gladly taken the mustang. I had always dreamed of a old mustang and I can't imagine why he would go for a truck.


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Here is another that I would like to go after but don't have the funds.



1965 Mustang Fastback Project Car
Factory "A" Code > 289 4bb Auto
Sheet Metal is done
95% of parts are with the car
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I don't know of I could tell my dad that. Knowing he's willing to hand build me a car and just turn it down like that. None the less. Subbed


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We had to repaint the Dash, Doors, Engine bay, trunk and front clip. While we was there we removed the cowl vents.





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post #11 of 20 Old June 20th, 2012, 11:13 AM
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beautiful car.

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Looks great already! So what are your plans, motor/trans/suspension/ etc?

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Nice progress



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What was his son thinking!?...in about ten years he'll do one of these...
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That is Just BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!
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good looking car. I hope some day I will be able to fill a spot in my garage with a nice fast back. Keep up the good work

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The Motor will be a 347 stroker with a Tremec 5 speed. Stock suspension.
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