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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-17-2004, 03:18 PM Thread Starter
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Pictures of my 65 coupe mustang interior (restoration.....)

Hello dudes,

There a couple of pictures of the inside.
I have just ordered around $2500 of parts, as carpet,quiet ride full insulation kits, new seat covers (black and white pony one), new GT dakota digital gauges, few bits and pieces













As you can see there is not much to do, a good clean up, a bit of anti rust paint...
But I need to change the rear floor pan on the passwenger side, it's rusty with holes init....

Will keep you inform of the progress.

I also found a quarter dollar of 1968 under the seat

tada
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Man, I wish my floors looked like that!!! Mine look like Fred Flintstone's




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It's comin' along Kermit. I bet that car gets plenty of attention rumbling through London. Yeah, hit those floor pans with POR-15 paint. I swear by it.
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I have to change the rear floor pan section (passenger side).
Is it difficult to weld (last time I've done it was.....long time and only once....)?
Or should I get in touch with a pro?

But now I am thinking.....mmmmmm maybe I should change the two entire floor pans...

what do you think guys?

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