1972 Mercury Montego GT 429 Updates – January 2014
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All the links below include pics and info that shows work that was done during that particular month 9-2-2015 Article written by Chuck Green - Featured on the StreetLegalTV Online Magazine website. Scott Farrell's 72 Mercury Montego GT "Forgotten American Muscle"
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1972 Montego GT 429 – January 2014 Updates
Dash and gauges are in (still have to install the pad section)
Polished the gauge lens and cleaned up all gauges.
Since I ruined my good original “FASTEN SEAT BELT” lens by polishing it, I purchased another and clearcoated this one.
I also polished the chrome bezel
1-11-14 Ready to paint – that is not rust, just areas of the old primer under the orig red.
Had her up in the air.
Coated with tintable Custom Coat by Custom Shop
1-11-14 Front view of the ‘tunnel’ and the firewall
1-20 Received new gas tank
I’ll need to replace the sending unit which I just ordered from Dearborn Classics
The old tank and the new tank
The old tank looked good from the outside but was caked up on the inside with gunk from sitting for 5 years
Before shifter rebuild
NOS shifter lever
NOS neutral safety switch
New shifter shields
New shifter (Scott Drake)
Sandblasted and painted the base
Rear panel in primer.