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post #91 of 94 (permalink) Old 04-28-2011, 09:57 AM Thread Starter
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Re: 1976 Mustang II MPG

I thought I had registered on there, but I guess I didn't so I just signed up. I've gone to Mustang II Network forums a lot and I have used it for reference on my build many times. More specifically when I dropped my gas tank.

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Re: 1976 Mustang II MPG

The King Cobra donor car I purchased just arrived via a trailer tonight. Had 4 King Cobra center caps on that sucker. Gonna sell em as a set for $500 flat. Might have some other KC parts that I already have if the price is right, have to wait until I can get the car in the light and sift through all the stuff that's on the inside of the car. Will post more about it tomorrow or the following next few days.

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Re: 1976 Mustang II MPG

Sent my King Cobra donor car to be stored at my Fathers until a later date. I found out until my 76 Mustang is legit in Canada I can't do any major restorations or additions to it otherwise I will be fined large duty fees. This immigrating to Canada process is going to take around 2 years after all the paperwork is said and done. I will be gathering up OEM parts and a few reproductions of what I can't find OEM.

I've been tossing around the idea of keeping mine a stock MPG. I haven't seen any others, and I haven't seen a lot of Mustang IIs here in Canada. I could always restore the King Cobra and use that as my street demon and keep the MPG as my daily driver / cruiser. I have some time to think it over.

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i am intrested heres my cell im also looking for the trunk lid....9198008670
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