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1965 Mustang Fastback Restoration.

Documenting the 2 year restoration of my Mustang


 


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1965 Mustang Restoration Final
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65 Mustang Fastback Restoration Project
This is my 1965 Mustang Fastback I rescued from a field rusting away. I finished it around July of 2008 in my back yard garage with no professional assistance at all. It took me about 26 months to complete. It has a 302 Ford motor and an 5 Speed manual transmission. I restored this car to the information on the original data plate on the door that included the body color and interior. The stripe is unique in that I added a darker red to the Poppy Red body color to get a stripe that is a little darker but blends in with the factory color. This car features four wheel disc brakes made from all Ford parts.





Restoration of my Ford Mustang Fastback 1965 Part 3
Here is a video over my restoration of my Ford Mustang Fastback 1965 GT + HP Part 3 and more will folow.... Filmed with Canon 5D Mark II.





Bad Ass 1965 Mustang
Short vid of my buddys 1965 Mustang, 450 HP 347, 9.5:1, homemade intake, HP Dominator carb, Aeromotive fuel system, Cal Trac leaf springs and Cal Trac bars. Runs mid 10's on NOS and high 11's on gas.





1969 MACH ONE Mustang Restoration Part 2 (FOR SALE)
"GERALDINE" $79,999.99 FIRM!!! This video highlights the Restoration of our 1969 MACH ONE 428-Cobrajet Project. This is a true "R" code car! It came equipped with all of the Bells & Whistles, including Air Conditioning and Power Steering, which is underway of installation as I type. This car too has been equipped with a full, 4-wheel disk brake option. This car is special in that when it was ordered, it was equipped with a "Special Paint" Ford # Unknown option. The Marti report finds this to be accurate as does it also reflect in the door data tag. The original owner did not like the two reds that were available that year, (Indian Fire & Candy Apple), so he had a special paint ordered, making this a True, Rare Find, 1 of 1 Car! You simply cannot and will not find another car like this one, "ANYWHERE!" Since this car was indeed a "Special Paint- Ford # Unknown Code," we decided to apply the "Viper Red!" Although any color placed on the car would be technically correct, we liked the Viper! Where possible, every part restored so far has been with NOS or OEM type materials. Although this has made the restoration process much longer, we think it has been well worth it and feel that you will too. The car simply speaks for it's self. "FLAWLESS!" However we would love to answer any questions that you might have... This car will be going up for sale Late-Summer of 2007, but we will certainly entertain any offers that you may wish to make as it sits today. If you would like to come see her in person, we would be willing to set up an appointment with you. As "Geraldine" will go home with only the Premium Bidder, please, only Serious Buyers need contact us. Thanks again for taking a look! James





1965 Mustang Restoration - Exterior Finish
"Classic Car Restoration" - 1965 Mustang restoration: Exterior Finish with Kevin Tetz, color sanding. Host: Steve Magnante. Producer: Melissa Cross





1965 Mustang Restoration - Wheels & Tires
"Classic Car Restoration" - 1965 Mustang restoration: Wheels & Tires. Host: Steve Magnante. Producer: Melissa Cross.





1969 MACH ONE Mustang Restoration Part 1 (FOR SALE)
"GERALDINE" $79,999.99 FIRM!!! This video highlights the Restoration of our 1969 MACH ONE 428-Cobrajet Project. This is a true "R" code car! It came equipped with all of the Bells & Whistles, including Air Conditioning and Power Steering, which is underway of installation as I type. This car too has been equipped with a full, 4-wheel disk brake option. This car is special in that when it was ordered, it was equipped with a "Special Paint" Ford # Unknown option. The Marti report finds this to be accurate as does it also reflect in the door data tag. The original owner did not like the two reds that were available that year, (Indian Fire & Candy Apple), so he had a special paint ordered, making this a True, Rare Find, 1 of 1 Car! You simply cannot and will not find another car like this one, "ANYWHERE!" Since this car was indeed a "Special Paint- Ford # Unknown Code," we decided to apply the "Viper Red!" Although any color placed on the car would be technically correct, we liked the Viper! Where possible, every part restored so far has been with NOS or OEM type materials. Although this has made the restoration process much longer, we think it has been well worth it and feel that you will too. The car simply speaks for it's self. "FLAWLESS!" However we would love to answer any questions that you might have... This car will be going up for sale Late-Summer of 2007, but we will certainly entertain any offers that you may wish to make as it sits today. If you would like to come see her in person, we would be willing to set up an appointment with you. As "Geraldine" will go home with only the Premium Bidder, please, only Serious Buyers need contact us. Thanks again for taking a look! James





The Restoration: 1969 Ford Mustang
This video is silent due to the selfishness of the recording industry. Despite my right to use music under fair-use laws, YouTube is bowing to the recording industry, so no music here. Hum along if you like...





1965 Fastback Mustang
This 1965 Fastback Mustang is for sale. All the body work has been completed. The engine bay, and under carrige has already been painted red. The car also comes with an Air Ride Technologies kit that has been primered and ready for paint. The Restomod Shop performed all of the work done on this car so you know you will be getting a great car. The asking price is $30.000 and is being sold as it sits including the air ride kit. Contact www.Mustangsplus.com for more information.





65 Mustang Fastback K-Code, yesssss! www.rockwallautodirect.com !
OK, its a K-Code..why is that important? Answer: The K-Code was a 1965 Mustang that came from the factory with a special 289 High Performance cubic-inch engine under the hood. Each K-Code Mustang had a special badge on their front fenders that read HIGH PERFORMANCE 289 and more importantly, major engine mods. For starters this engine featured upgraded pistons, cylinder heads, carburetor, lifter heads, and connecting rods. A quick peek under the hood reveals the chrome air cleaner, valve covers and "289 High Performance" badging (this Mustang pushed 271 HP!!! The giveaway for the K-code Ponys were the "K" in the VINs for these Mustangs (see pics) and no power steering or AC (no need for that fluff in this performance minded project!). But the differences were not only under the hood. In fact, the entire driveline of these cars was designed for performance which included a high-performance clutch, drive shaft, rear differential, and suspension. This an important piece of American car history, with only a few hundred convertible K-Codes produced that year. This one comes with a GT upgrade package. Call for any questions, we love to talk about this particular ride!!! See more pics of this Mustang at www.rockwallautodirect.com .





Ford mustang fastbacks
a bunch of ford Mustang fastbacks. please rate and comment! And stop wining about the music like little 6 year old girls!!!!! I am not going to change it so your wasting your time by posting a comment about how you dont like the music!! They make a handy little feature on computers now a days its called a MUTE button!





1969 MACH ONE Mustang Restoration Part 3 (FOR SALE)
"GERALDINE" $79,999.99 FIRM!!! This video highlights the Restoration of our 1969 MACH ONE 428-Cobrajet Project. This is a true "R" code car! It came equipped with all of the Bells & Whistles, including Air Conditioning and Power Steering, which is underway of installation as I type. This car too has been equipped with a full, 4-wheel disk brake option. This car is special in that when it was ordered, it was equipped with a "Special Paint" Ford # Unknown option. The Marti report finds this to be accurate as does it also reflect in the door data tag. The original owner did not like the two reds that were available that year, (Indian Fire & Candy Apple), so he had a special paint ordered, making this a True, Rare Find, 1 of 1 Car! You simply cannot and will not find another car like this one, "ANYWHERE!" Since this car was indeed a "Special Paint- Ford # Unknown Code," we decided to apply the "Viper Red!" Although any color placed on the car would be technically correct, we liked the Viper! Where possible, every part restored so far has been with NOS or OEM type materials. Although this has made the restoration process much longer, we think it has been well worth it and feel that you will too. The car simply speaks for it's self. "FLAWLESS!" However we would love to answer any questions that you might have... This car will be going up for sale Late-Summer of 2007, but we will certainly entertain any offers that you may wish to make as it sits today. If you would like to come see her in person, we would be willing to set up an appointment with you. As "Geraldine" will go home with only the Premium Bidder, please, only Serious Buyers need contact us. Thanks again for taking a look! James





1965 Mustang Restoration - Mustang Club
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