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Viper7 Offline
So my step-son (19 yrs old) asked if he could help re-build my Bird so he could learn before he attempted to re-build a Mustang. Of course the extra help is always needed. The first thing I said was never, never take anything apart that you can't put back together. Take a picture, draw a diagram but remember how it came apart. Well he's been doing great in that area. The other day I looked in the trunk and I saw 2 rubber trim pieces that for the life of me I can't remember where they go. I asked my step-son and of course I got NEVER TAKE ANYTHING A PART YOU CAN'T PUT BACK TOGETHER DAD!! I thought it was kind of funny.
88 TC Project Car|Deep Ocean Blue Metallic|Marchal Fog Lights|Custom Interior|Custom Instrument Panel|Gillis Valve|Cone Air Filter

Shine she may, Run she must

TurboBoost88 Offline
Karma.. Lol
88 TurboCoupe,Midnight Metallic Blue on Blue cloth, 140 m.p.h. speedo, 96,000 miles, 5spd. Gills valve, many new parts waiting to be installed..88 TC, Silver, 5spd, My first car, wish I still had that one! Built for customers: 67 Ford Fairlane,69 Mach I,70 Mach I Clone,95 Ranger 2.3/5.0 EFI Conversion,99 Cobra Procharger SC-1 Install/Tune,Factory Five Racing Mark III Cobra #4114,1955 Black on Black Thunderbird for local Ford Dealer owner's wife.

1sicpony Offline
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Been taking things apart all my life. Pay very close attention when taking a trans valve body apart and a four barrel carb. Springs and bearings come flying out. Hard enough to find them let alone where they came from. bobbymac
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88 TC gillis, modified air filter, 9K
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