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Old 01-02-2013, 03:47 PM
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Little help here

Hey guys, hope y'all had some good holidays. The snow's finally melted to the point that I might be able to get the F-100 out of the driveway by tomorrow or so.

Things proceeding smoothly into the new year here at the shop.
Monday afternoon a guy dropped off a new project at the shop...a '72 Mach 1. The car is an original Q code 351CJ car, but, boy, this dude is rough, and body parts are hard to come by.

Anybody know somebody who has a '71-'73 Mustang fastback that might be used as a donor car?
I'm needing the hood and deck lid, both doors, both front fenders and portions of the roof surrounding the back glass.
I can get the hood, lower quarter panels, fenders and deck lid as re-pops, but I havn't been able to locate the doors or even the door skins.

Mathew's in Rose Bud has a lot of what I need, but before I pay his prices, I'd like to see if I can find a sort of complete car with some servicible parts for less.

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Happy New Year Wally
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Monday afternoon a guy dropped off a new project at the shop...a '72 Mach 1. The car is an original Q code 351CJ car, but, boy, this dude is rough, and body parts are hard to come by.
They'll pass everything on the road...except a gas station. Don't ask how I know this little tidbit/fact.

I'm not much use on the donor car...but I'll ask a couple of guys around here in the Mustang club if they know of one.
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Sorry for the delay, no luck on Fastback up around here. The few that are around are either junk piles, wrecks going for a premium...or actually good looking cars someone has put time & money into.
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Yeah, that's what I'm finding, also.
Got a couple of decent doors from Matthew's and he's got a couple other parts I need, too.
A lot less stuff available aftermarket than for the earlier model 'Stangs.
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