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6/07/2022 11:21 PM  #76


Re: 1965 Mustang Coupe I did some Archiological digging look what I found

Removed one of the Drip Rails on my 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe tonight. Pleased to see lots of bare steel left behind. Majority of the matting surfaces that the drip rail mounted to came out very clean after a light cleaning of loos debris. Now after I pick up some Sand blasting media I can continue one cleaning the a pillar and door jamb area. Hard part is deciding if I will remove the other pieces that that make it impossible to clean and seal with out being removed.

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6/08/2022 9:43 PM  #77


Re: 1965 Mustang Coupe I did some Archiological digging look what I found

I removed the outer sail panel section. Then I removed the box section that is behind the sail panel structure I removed.

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6/09/2022 9:46 PM  #78


Re: 1965 Mustang Coupe I did some Archiological digging look what I found

Trimmed off a side of the inner sail panel box structure. This will allow me to patch the interior side of the sail panel.

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6/12/2022 1:37 AM  #79


Re: 1965 Mustang Coupe I did some Archiological digging look what I found

Anyone here have experience in building a wooden buck. I was thinking of buying a small sheet of plywood cut to the shapes of the interior sail panel indents.

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6/14/2022 10:12 PM  #80


Re: 1965 Mustang Coupe I did some Archiological digging look what I found

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Removed my seat riser. Not to horribly rusty.

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