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post #601 of 611 (permalink) Old 03-19-2017, 09:44 PM Thread Starter

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Doors and fenders are closely aligned after a lot of massaging. Just need put the hood on and then I can start on the final gap alignment.
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looking great!!! still needs bigger tires though........ front skinny's are ok, but the rears gotta be bigger.......
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Fantastic work Pat

Bullitt 3130 has a few modifications , JLT CAI, 3.73 gears, BMR rear lower control arms, TimSpeed performance Custom rear upper control arms, Traenkner Bros Performance rear shock tower brace, SCT 93 octane Tune, Silverhorse Racing oil catch can, and an teenage(13) female Mechanic.

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After a few small modifications to both front fenders I installed the front valance and the hood. The trunk lid is next and then I'll start fine-tuning all the gaps.
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really taking shape.
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Welded and filed the drivers door gaps. I set the sides at 5/32" leaving room for primer, sealer, base coat, and clearcoat. I had to weld a rod across the bottom of the door to close up the large factory gap that varied between 5/16" and 21/64. Now the bottom of the door is a consistent 7/32. Next up is the passenger door.
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That looks fantastic. never payed attention to the bottom door gaps on Brothers chargers but will check them out now... I love watching this build just as much at the bullitt one you did for your son. and how is his car doing?

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That looks fantastic. never payed attention to the bottom door gaps on Brothers chargers but will check them out now... I love watching this build just as much at the bullitt one you did for your son. and how is his car doing?
Kurt and his 68 are doing great! He is working about 55+ hours a week in Annapolis MD as a chef. So with the long hours and working Saturdays and Sundays there not much time to drive the Mustang.
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Passenger door gaps took a little more work. I had to add metal rod along the bottom edge and 1/2 of the front edge.
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impressive attention to detail.
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Amazing work! Just WOW!
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