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DomMc

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Oct 17, 2015
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Frisco, Tx
I'm here. New member, but starting a new project so would appreciate any and all advice. So an active forum would be great.
 

MustangIIMatt

I need something stupid to play with
Mod Dude
Mar 7, 2002
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Where's @alcino at? Loved that video of your ride you posted last month. What's going on with that car these days?
 

alcino

Founding Member
Nov 2, 1999
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san diego, ca
www.acusd.edu
I still stop by every once and a while to see whats going on. I'm on pro-touring.com more regularly since I like the resto/performance angle there. Really into Autox, especially with the addition of the CAM class in SCCA. I have some big changes planned over the Christmas break. I will try to make an update thread here or give a link.

thanks,
Alcino
 

racer_dave

Member
Nov 10, 2015
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I'm here... i drop by several MII sites each day... any tech info is good. I'll post more as my builds continue. I have build threads on the MII.net site and the classic mustang forum as well. I can add it here too so everyone can see it 3 times :)
 
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Tod Lane

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Aug 10, 2015
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I've got one, a 78 Ghia. NHRA U/SA Project.
Should be running soon
 

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LILCBRA

I wish I didn't have all of these balls in the air
15 Year Member
Dec 6, 2005
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Marietta, Ga
Ran into dano78 on facebook earlier and told him we were trying to ressurect these forums. Maybe he'll drop back by?
 

BBRacer

Founding Member
Nov 8, 2001
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Calgary
Present! Lost of snow up here though in Calgary Canada! Reading about things instead of doing them right now in the cold.
 
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Jan 10, 2016
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Frankfort, il.
I'm a new member but a long time Mustang II owner. I've owned my 1977 Emerald Jade Metalic V8 hatchback 30 years! It's been through 4 different motor combinations and periodically gets some upgrades. IMG_1060.JPG IMG_0992.JPG [/QUOTE]
 
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Fb3playhouse

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Jan 18, 2016
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I'm new and just got my hands on a 77 I'm putting a bunch of work into getting it up and running.
 

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74ProII

Founding Member
Jul 23, 2000
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Bremerton, WA, USA
Still around but no real time finishing my BS in Aeronautics, 70+ workweeks , school, bought rental property for daughter to live in, so absolutely no time
 

tommustangii

New Member
Jan 1, 2005
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pelzer,sc
haven't been on here in a while thought I would look around since I've been here last I have built a 408 stroker for my street car and a sheet metal intake,2 friends and me designed and built it it made a big difference, been running it for 3 years now this year I'm giong to a roots type blower for it all you guys that have 75-78 mustangs have no problem with pulley and belt clearance my 74 don't have the room between the lower pulleys and radiator with an electric fan,so I'm making a 75 grill fit and move the radiator a little more forward at the bottom cause from the back of the balancer to the blower pulley needs 8"I have the room now but not with the fan and I want to keep the 74 front end, here's a pic with the sheet metal intake on it
 

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