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A few pics and videos of my '68 Mustang

Decided to go for a quick tour with the Mustang this morning before heading out for Thanksgiving dinner... I love how this car sounds! (Bottom three are videos)









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Videos are awesome!!

For some reason, the only thing I can think about is a stuntman about to do something crazy using a ramp.
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Sounds awesome! But you crazy canucks are a month early for thanksgiving.
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No way man you guys are late!
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Really nice. Enjoy it while you can. I will be putting mine up for the winter pretty soon. What your winter project plans? I really want to do the frt suspension and Shelby drop. Also a new cab for spring. I love Flowmasters, sounds like what youve got maybe.
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Thanks! I'm going to try and keep mine out until the end of the month, but it's starting to get a little chilly out!

My winter plans are going from 4 wheel manual 9" drums to power 4 wheel disc. Front is 12.5" rotors from a 2005 GT, swapping the stock rear to a '94 GT 8.8 w/ limited slip and discs too. I haven't decided on master/booster yet but from what I've read a 4cyl Fox booster and ~00 Mustang V6 master cylinder is the way to go.

If that all gets done early enough I may swap in a T5 at the same time. And you're right, it's got a Flowmaster American Thunder system and ceramic coated longtubes.
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Idk much about the 68 stuff. I just have the Maverick double master cylinder with factory type front Kelsey/Hayes disc brakes. I dont have power assist either but my brakes work good. I would recommend adding braided ss hoses also. I put them on last winter and pedal feel is really good, I think they will last longer on a car that sits alot and resist dry rot.
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Awesome, thanks. I had planned on using them. I just have to figure out which ones and what length once the rest of the parts are on. I can use replacement '94 outside ones as I'll do the lines the same but the rest will need to be measured!
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Amazing sounding stang! That's how all cars should sound.
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I agree, thanks!
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I love me some vintage stang! Nice work man. Is the 302 built at all? Sounds healthy lol.
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No it's not, just a plain old 302... for now! That'll come after the brakes and T5 swap.

I think it's the longtubes that make it sound like that.
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No it's not, just a plain old 302... for now! That'll come after the brakes and T5 swap.

I think it's the longtubes that make it sound like that.
Sounds like a good plan man. I'd go with some Boss 302 stuff for the engine. 300+ HP. Everybody likes that lol.

Prob so. Longtubes are the way to go on older vehicles in my opinion. 4 wheel discs makes a huge difference too.
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