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Old 05-25-2012, 09:29 PM   #9
67ChevyRedneck
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Re: 1965 Ford Mustang

I dont' know for sure, but an ole timer at a show told me they were put on 67+ cars. I really have no idea, but they do look cool. I think they're 14x6s. So tiny by todays standards I wish the tires were a tad bit smaller, but they're brand new so they stay for now. I think a set of slightly smaller redlines would look badass.

Forgot to thank Andrewmp6 for the link. Lots of good reading on there. Thinking about it... I've never really liked the nose high stance of the early stangs... might have to do something about that....

...and Geoff... allfordmustangs.com has a really good classic section. I originally joined for info on the 2011. Bunch of BS and crap in the new car area, same as any other... V6's suck, only V8s rule, your fuel mileage is BS, bunch of whiney asses... but the classic section is a lot more like this place. Bunch of guys and gals that really love the first gen Mustangs and so far have been pretty helpful and nice. I'm Kona Blue Pony over there.
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