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Mustang Restoration

 
GaryK1966
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Posted: 07/26/14 01:24 PM

I have been having my '66 Convertible restored in Grants Pass since January.  The completion of the project has all of a sudden become problematic to the extent I will probably have to take the car elsewhere for completion.  Any suggestions on a reputable and timely Mustang restoration person in Grants Pass?  

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Cameron_Wade
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Posted: 08/28/17 05:18 AM

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judeelliot
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Posted: 11/30/17 03:08 AM

To properly do a uni-body car restoration you will need a rotisserie stand. These are not cheap. To do a Mustang will take at least a 2 1/2 car garage. If you could schedule 40 hours a week to work on it every week it can take six months to a year to complete.  I can think of cars that every nut, bolt, washer on up can be bought for and assembled for a lot less then what you might end up investing in tools alone to do a Mustang right. assignment help experts  

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