Installation - Bow-type Headliner, Part 2 - Installation and Finishing
We get calls every day asking for advice on installing a bow-type headliner, so we wanted to put together a video showing what goes into putting one a car and why we recommend professional installation. This second video shows the installation and finishing of the new headliner. Check our page for the first video showing the removal of the old one.
Mustang with Eleanor Body Kit - AWESOME!
Sa-weet 68 Mustang Fastback with an Eleanor Body Kit from Mustangs To
Fear. They have without a doubt the BEST Eleanor Body Kit on the
market! If youre looking for an Eleanor Body Kit for your Mustang
project I would highly recommend them! Just check out this Eleanor! See
their website: http://www.Mustangstofear.com
Her 1974 Truck
At first this truck was a basket case. The previous owner had updated the front end to a 1980 grille headlights "which was cool" but the grille and headlight bezels were held in place with NAILS and DRYWALL SCREWS. As far as the Interior goes it also had missed matched parts and in desperate need of TLC.
Truck is powed by the popluar Chevy 350 engine and 350 auto trans.
Exterior Parts List: Chrome front and rear, Bumpers, Billet grille, New upper and lower grille moldings, Outside door handles, Drip rail moldings, Wheel well moldings, Taillight lenses, Clear side marker lights, Windshield and complete rubber seals.
Interior Parts List: Dash Pad, Dash cluster with tach, Billet dash kit, Upgraded 81-87 door panels, carpet kit, Tilt column, Billet steering wheel with full leather wrap, Billet column levers, 3pt seat belts and Aftermarket A/C.
All Supplied by Classic Parts Depot, Inc
Vaughn Gittin Jr.'s 1969 RTR-X Mustang at SEMA
Vaughn Gittin Jr., Ford and Need For Speed have officially pulled back the cover on the wicked RTR-X 1969 Ford Mustang. Built for both street and drift duty, this car started life as a brand-spanking new Dynacorn body. Under the hood, a Ford Racing 302R V8 spins to a heavenly 8,000 rpm, churning out 440 horsepower. Outside, the vehicle's drip rails have been shaved for a cleaner look and the windshield and rear windscreen both received the flush treatment.
Massive, one-off fender flares give this pony a little extra girth and cover a set of retina-melting green Work Meister wheels. Despite the radical look, the guys from Need For Speed say that the RTR-X is a fully functional monster and that Gittin Jr., himself, will be hopping behind the wheel for drift demos soon.