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  • 1994 Mustang GT

    We don't usually work on newer Mustangs but this one belongs to Brian. It was painted a few years ago with the original SPI pure white but has been in storage and never finished painting it. We still have a lot of exterior trim and bumpers to paint. He wants to make this his daily driver.

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    Rusty Gillis

    Gillis Performance Restorations
    727-847-7973
    www.gillisrestorations.com

    Former NHRA SS/GA Record Holder 1969 Mustang
    Former NHRA SS/FA Record Holder 1968 Mustang

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    Glad to see you guys are paying attention to the next up and coming classics, even if itís simply your painters car.
    I believe the more disireable SN95ís (Cobras, Mach 1ís, Saleenís) are up and coming as the next collectibles, and nicely restored, clean SN95 GTís will have their place as well.
    M&M Member #91
    Ford Dealership Engine/Chassis Master Certified Technician
    US Navy submarine vet; Operation Iraqi Freedom vet..x 2...USAF Reserve...RETIRED, 26 total years

    Current 2003 Azure Blue Mach 1. All My Past Mustangs:'84 GT-5 spd, my first; '91 GT-auto; '70 M-code Mach 1-grabber yellow; '95 GTS-5 spd, Pro-Charged, totaled; '95 GTS 5 spd, replacement; '89 LX 5.0 'vert-5 spd; '90 LX 5.0 hatch-5 spd; '69 M-code Mach 1-4 spd; '90 5.0 LX 'vert; '03 Mach 1-5 spd, '93 Mustang LX vert.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by submariner mustanger View Post
      Glad to see you guys are paying attention to the next up and coming classics, even if itís simply your painters car.
      I believe the more disireable SN95ís (Cobras, Mach 1ís, Saleenís) are up and coming as the next collectibles, and nicely restored, clean SN95 GTís will have their place as well.
      Brian is my son and he does the fabrication work I painted it.
      Rusty Gillis

      Gillis Performance Restorations
      727-847-7973
      www.gillisrestorations.com

      Former NHRA SS/GA Record Holder 1969 Mustang
      Former NHRA SS/FA Record Holder 1968 Mustang

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      • #4
        Yesterday I painted some of the exterior trim.

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        Rusty Gillis

        Gillis Performance Restorations
        727-847-7973
        www.gillisrestorations.com

        Former NHRA SS/GA Record Holder 1969 Mustang
        Former NHRA SS/FA Record Holder 1968 Mustang

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        • #5
          Originally posted by rusty428cj View Post

          Brian is my son and he does the fabrication work I painted it.
          Gotcha....I now remember all of your posts with him doing all the fab work.
          That white is WHITE!! Gonna be one CLEAN SN95.
          M&M Member #91
          Ford Dealership Engine/Chassis Master Certified Technician
          US Navy submarine vet; Operation Iraqi Freedom vet..x 2...USAF Reserve...RETIRED, 26 total years

          Current 2003 Azure Blue Mach 1. All My Past Mustangs:'84 GT-5 spd, my first; '91 GT-auto; '70 M-code Mach 1-grabber yellow; '95 GTS-5 spd, Pro-Charged, totaled; '95 GTS 5 spd, replacement; '89 LX 5.0 'vert-5 spd; '90 LX 5.0 hatch-5 spd; '69 M-code Mach 1-4 spd; '90 5.0 LX 'vert; '03 Mach 1-5 spd, '93 Mustang LX vert.

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