Day 1 The 1966 Mustang Coupe Restoration Project

Day 2 - How to read a Ford title... it's a 66 not a 65! http://www.autobodymen.com Join us on Twitter - http://twitter.com/autobodymen A step by step process of a restoration of a 1966 Mustang Coupe, 289. Each video (Day1, Day 2... etc.) will show you step by step of how we did it. If you are interested in purchasing it at any phase please contact us. We now are selling parts please visit our site to see what we have. If you don't see it, it does not mean we do not have it, please ask us and we will look for you. William

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Day 2 The 1966 Mustang Coupe Restoration Project
Day 3 - Taking her apart! http://www.autobodymen.com Join us on Twitter - http://twitter.com/autobodymen A step by step process of a restoration of a 1966 Mustang Coupe, 289. Each video (Day1, Day 2... etc.) will show you step by step of how we did it. If you are interested in purchasing it at any phase please contact us. We now are selling parts please visit our site to see what we have. If you don't see it, it does not mean we do not have it, please ask us and we will look for you. William www.MustangMedic.com





My 1966 Mustang #2: Front Suspension Teardown
In this video my dad and I remove the front steering, suspension, and brakes from my 1966 Ford Mustang. Thanks Dad for all the help.





My 1966 Mustang finally out of the garage.
Hello once again YouTubers, finally a long overdue update on the restoration of my 1966 Mustang. It is up and running, currently doing testing and tuning on the engine-timing, carbureator adjustments, leak checks-so far so good! The work is easier done with the hood off, not to mention it is awesome running around with it off showing the sexy engine compartment :-) Big items left on the "to-do" list (for this year anyhow) include wheels and tires, and the Exhaust. There are some small items left to do as well such as a few exterior emblems, and a fresh set of traction bars. For quicker reference on some of the engine and car specifications here is a UPDATED semi-complete list... 347 "Streetfighter" stroker engine kit consisting of-Cast steel crankshaft, SRS forged flat top pistons with wrist pins, CNC beam forged 5140 rods, moly rings, CL77bearings. Next, a Crane cam, (gotta look up specs.) Cleveland heads, Motorcraft high volume water pump, 7 quart oil pan, ProComp HV oil pump with ARP pump drivshaft, 4 row radiator, electric Flex-A-Lite cooling fan, Holley high volume mech. fuel pump at 7-8 lbs., ProComp polished "air-gap" medium rise dual plane intake manifold, ProComp "tall-style" polished valve covers, Holley 650 carb., K&N air filter assembly, MSD 6A ignition box, MSD distributor (mech. advance), MSD "Blaster SS" coil, MSD "street fire" 8mm. wires, NGK "V-power" plugs, Powermaster 100 amp alternator, Optima "red-top" battery, full length Flowtech headers(1 1/2" primarys with 3" collectors), Flowmaster "40 series" 2 1/2" mufflers with "H" pipe (turndowns underneath), GER "thunderbolt" C-4 transmission, Hurst "Indy" shifter, Hurst line lock, Heidt's sub-frame connectors, Lakewood "street-strip" traction bars, driveshaft safety loop, Autometer "Phantom" gauges, etc... Thanks for watching, enjoy in HD if you can, and stay tuned for more videos as the restoration continues. Please add me to your friends list and subscribe. Thanks, Enginenut :-)





1965 Mustang 2+2 Fastback Restoration (oct.13 1964)
Restoration of Jody's first car. He bought it when he was 14 from the original owner. We restored it to original except the side mirrors and shift knob which the car had when he bought it all those years ago. This is an A code, 289 4 barrel, 4spd, Disc brake, A.C. from the factory, a GT package before they called it a GT. Built Oct 13 1964, fastbacks did not start production until Sept 64.




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