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#1: restoration question

Posted on 2006-07-23 01:00:28 by oneadvent

i have a 91 mustang gt. it was being stripped down for drag racing, i
want to restore the vehicle to some more functionality. i found a
center console at a local junkyare but it is on a convertible of the
same year. will it fit? will i have to rig it?

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#2: Re: restoration question

Posted on 2006-07-23 07:30:24 by tetraethylleadREMOVETHIS

In article &lt;<a href="mailto:1153609228.062467.317160&#64;s13g2000cwa.googlegroups.com" target="_blank">1153609228.062467.317160&#64;s13g2000cwa.googlegroups.com</a>&gt;, oneadvent wrote:
&gt; i have a 91 mustang gt. it was being stripped down for drag racing, i
&gt; want to restore the vehicle to some more functionality. i found a
&gt; center console at a local junkyare but it is on a convertible of the
&gt; same year. will it fit? will i have to rig it?

I cannot tell you for sure, but if you had do much more than drill an
extra hole or two I would be very surprised. Making assembly differences
needs a great deal of justification. I don't see ford doing that.
Personally if a convertible needed a different console I would use the
same attachment points and put all the design differences in the console
subassembly.

Get as many brackets, fasteners, clips, etc as you can when you remove it
from the junkyard car. As you remove it, you should be able to see how
it's put in. From there you'll know if it will be a big deal to put in
your car or not provided you've looked your car over well.

And if it's a no go, you can just leave it in the car at the junkyard.

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