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Ah, yeah.  I believe that has to be fixed too, where the center is punched through the stud.

I doubt any judge would know the exact location.  If you can wait until after the weekend, I can put a tape measure on it.
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Heck, since I'm bringing a trailer queen I had to ADD gas to get a 1/4 tank!  😀
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1967 - 1968 / Re: Location of "D" clips for Wiring under the solenoid - 68 Metuchen
« Last post by dave6768 on August 23, 2017, 10:42:35 PM »
I guess the white strap is the junction block for the power top.

Do judges carry tape measures....LOL :P  I think if I get them close, I'll be good to go.
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Member Restorations/Builds / Re: 1969 NJ Mustang Mach 1 Find
« Last post by J_Speegle on August 23, 2017, 10:29:00 PM »
Ok Jeff , I think I figured out what you meant about finding red oxide. I found red oxide on the back side of the fenders. Here are some good pics for all who like to see.


Would expect to find some of the same (similar shade possibly) on the bottom of the car also

Also found some new markings.

1) a number 2 in yellow crayon on passenger side fender apron and another number 2 Behind passenger headlight area

2) another number 4 in pink crayon on passenger fender apron.

Kind of a NJ marking see it more on 68 NJ cars only since I see more of them when we consider Shelbys




3) another number 262 behind driver headlight area
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That would be the second rotation number. You may find it many places or on the build sheet in the upper left corner if you find one. Different plants did different things (placement and number of them applied to the car and parts) with this number to identify the main body and parts

Thanks for sharing - pretty much supporting details we've seen on other cars


NOTE: Since is becoming an ongoing thread and I hope it will continue going to move it to the Member Restorations/Builds area of this site. WIll leave this link up for a shile so those that are following will not think we dumped the thread only moved it to a more appropriate location ;)

Thanks for sharing - discover is always a fun part of a project
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Member Restorations/Builds / Re: 1969 NJ Mustang Mach 1 Find
« Last post by jim69mach1 on August 23, 2017, 09:48:52 PM »
Ok Jeff , I think I figured out what you meant about finding red oxide. I found red oxide on the back side of the fenders. Here are some good pics for all who like to see.

Also found some new markings.

1) a number 2 in yellow crayon on passenger side fender apron and another number 2 Behind passenger headlight area

2) another number 4 in pink crayon on passenger fender apron.

3) another number 262 behind driver headlight area

Input welcome

Jim
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Member Restorations/Builds / Re: 1969 NJ Mustang Mach 1 Find
« Last post by Brian Conway on August 23, 2017, 08:30:22 PM »
FWIW; Pinion floor bump bracket on my 69.  Brian
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Member Restorations/Builds / Re: 1969 NJ Mustang Mach 1 Find
« Last post by jim69mach1 on August 23, 2017, 07:24:52 PM »
She is finally de-pooped, stink free, clean, dry and moved into her new garage.

The motor and trans are on the schedule for removal this Sunday.



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Member Restorations/Builds / Re: 1969 NJ Mustang Mach 1 Find
« Last post by jim69mach1 on August 23, 2017, 07:19:31 PM »
Nice find! 

I can tell that you two have a bright future together.

 Does the engine turn over?  I have a Harbor fright Bore scope that works well for peeking inside cylinders, hopefully it was pickled before she was temporary retired.

Yes indeed a long and meaningful relationship at that too...lol!

Yes the motor turned. It took some muscle but she moved. (no pickle juice, she was put away raw, dry and forgotten about.)


jim
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Member Restorations/Builds / Re: 1969 NJ Mustang Mach 1 Find
« Last post by jim69mach1 on August 23, 2017, 07:17:55 PM »
Was referring to the picture from the interior side not from the bottom

In the picture provided its not really clear what the base coat is but would be really surprised if what you find (if there is a corner or hidden spot away from the oversprays and rust that wasn't red oxide. Sure you will be digging into the details as you go through the process with the car

Sorry if i sound confused Jeff. So your saying the car "SHOULD' be red oxide? Looks Gray.

jim

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