1961 Ford Falcon 2
1961 Ford Falcon 2 Arrival, Engine Prep, Go Auto Classic Cars & Performance Specialist invites you to stop in and see what we can do. We specialize in mechanically restoring vehicles from the 50s, 60s and 70s. Go Auto Classic & Muscle Car Specialist Ltd provides top quality restoration and automotive repairs. Its parent company, Automotive Styling Center Ltd. has been serving Vancouver since 1955. Our head mechanic has over 35 years experience. We are also members of the S.E.M.A. Specialty Equipment Market Association. If you have a much-loved vehicle that requires some freshening up, full restoration or just want more raw horsepower, then we are the place to go. We can help you look for that dream car, or perhaps you have found the perfect classic vehicle but are fearful that it may be to perfect. Before you make your purchase, call us and we can truthfully and safely guide you to get that dream car you are looking for. We are a business build on honesty and integrity.
1965 mustang convertible rebuild suspension install
This is the continuation of the rebuild of our 65 Mustang. This video showcases the install of the suspension and heat/sound barrier. My apologies for the shaky video. I was very tired from working on the car all day and the garage temp was at about 100.
Reintroducing The 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible 2011
America's Favorite Classic Mustang -- the '65 Convertible -- Returns with All-New Ford-Approved Body Shell
•The original Mustang -- America's favorite classic convertible -- can now be assembled complete with all-new Ford-approved restoration parts
•New first-generation Mustang body shells can be made into '64½, '65 or '66 models, depending on the trim and powertrain that is installed during the rebuild
•New '65 Mustang body shells are made with stronger steel and use modern welding techniques, making them better than the original
DEARBORN, Mich., Oct. 28, 2011 -- It's a classic car lover's dream come true: Now it is possible to build a '64½, '65 or '66 Mustang convertible from the wheels up using the all-new Ford-approved and officially licensed body shell.
The body shell for the original Mustang convertible, now in production and available for restorers as a Ford-licensed restoration part, gives classic car enthusiasts a new option in putting their classic dream Mustang ragtop back on the road.
"The 1964-66 Mustang is the most restored vintage vehicle. But the number of original 1964-66 vintage bodies is shrinking every year," said Dennis Mondrach, Ford Restoration Parts licensing manager. "Most of the original Mustangs left in scrapyards are rusted or wrecked beyond repair. The new body shell is made of virgin metal and uses modern welding techniques. It comes rustproofed, and after final adjustment and finish preparation of the body panels, it is ready for painting and final assembly."
To build a restored Mustang using the new shell, the powertrain, suspension and brakes, the electrical systems, the interior and trim can either be bought new or transferred from an existing car to the new body. Original parts that can't be reused from an old Mustang can be replaced with Ford-approved restoration parts. Mondrach says that nearly all the parts needed to build a complete new 1964-66 Mustang convertible, except for some minor body hardware, are now available from Ford-approved classic parts suppliers.
Ford-approved Mustang restoration parts can be found at www.fordrestorationparts.com.
For a restoration part to be approved by Ford, suppliers must meet or exceed the fit, finish and quality of the original, said Mondrach. In order to keep classic Ford-built vehicles on the road, Ford allows parts suppliers access to original technical drawings, blueprints and specifications for parts.
The new body shell not only can save restorers time and money, but enable them to build a strong, well-engineered classic.
"Instead of spending money fixing rust and welding in new panels, restorers can now simply transfer their powertrain, interior and trim parts onto the new body shell," said Mondrach.
The '65 Mustang body shell is constructed of higher-grade steel than the original, said Jim Christina, vice president of Dynacorn International, the Ford-approved company that is manufacturing the '65 Mustang. "We use a modern universal automotive-grade steel that is actually stronger than the original, and modern welding techniques along with more welds to strengthen the body," Christina said.
The '65 body is in production now and can be delivered by freight truck to any address. The '65 Mustang body includes the doors and trunk lid and all the sheet metal from the radiator support to the taillight panel except the hood and front fenders. Those items are available separately. The '65 Mustang body shell starts at $15,000.
America's love affair with the original Mustang is still going strong after nearly 50 years. Debuting in April 1964, the original Mustang sold more than 1.2 million units -- including more than 174,000 convertibles -- before its first redesign in 1967. The 1964-66 Mustang has long been America's most popular classic car of the postwar era. It is frequently the No. 1 most insured car at Hagerty Insurance, the world's No. 1 insurer of classic and collectible cars.
The new body shell can be made into a 1964½, 1965 or 1966 Mustang, based on the powertrains and trim parts added to it. It is the third classic Mustang body shell now available to restorers. The other two are the 1967-68 and the 1969-70 fastback bodies.
Ford will display a new 1965 Mustang body shell Tuesday through Thursday at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas. It will be parked next to a restored 1965 convertible to demonstrate the high quality of the assembly.
1989 Ford Mustang 5.0 302 Timing Cover Gasket and Water Pump Repair
Timing Cover: http://www.apdty.com/item.wws?sku=635-102&itempk=784630
Water Pump: http://www.apdty.com/item.wws?sku=PW%20291&itempk=143254
Click the above links to find the correct part for your vehicle. In this video we'll show you how to repair your timing cover gasket and water pump on a 1989 Ford Mustang.
Mustang Cluster Repair Guide
Didn't really see any repair guides on youtube for replacing a motor on a cluster gauge on a 2005 ford Mustang so I decided to record a video of my own. I used tools I had available to me so most of my methods where improvised. Please see my follow up video http://youtu.be/gf8GoaNNMtM
1965 Ford Fairlane 500 2-Door Trunk Restoration (How to, before/after)
For the full in depth tour of the car after I just got it, follow this link!
I've had numerous requests over the past few months to do some more demonstration/ how to videos and since I'll be working on my new fairlane a bunch I thought it was the perfect opportunity to start the series back up. This first installment is about restoring the trunk back to it's original or vintage look versus the old worn out look it was in when I bought it. Please see the full video I have of it for a more in depth look at the car. In this video I go through the before and after and all the steps in between on how I brought the trunk back to life, includes weatherstrip installation, painting, cleaning, installation of new parts and restoring of parts I've collected from internet research. Expect many more vids to come! Enjoy everyone!
Présentation d'une première experience en vol avion
L'école de pilotage d'avion AEROPILOT vous propose des vols d'initiation, des stages d'apprentissage et la possibilité de passer votre brevet de pilote privé. Les formations sont accessibles dés 9 ans pour les plus jeunes, et se commencent rarement après 80 ans. L'AEROPILOT est le spécialiste des formations de pilotage avions.