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"How to buy a Mustang" What to look for - OperationMustang.com

Please LIKE my Facebook, if my videos are useful to you: http://www.facebook.com/OperationMustang Mustang Restorations,the countrys oldest and largest restorer of the classic Ford Mustang brings you the Mustang "How to" video series for the average guy to understand. Meet pitchman Doctor Chris. For more go to www.ClassicMustangTelevision.com


 


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"How To" V.I.N. identification - OperationMustang.com
Please LIKE my Facebook, if my videos are useful to you: http://www.facebook.com/OperationMustang Mustang Restorations,the countrys largest and oldest Mustang restorer brings you a series of videos for the average guy to make repairs on the classic Ford Mustang. Meet pitchman Doctor Chris. For more info go to ClassicMustangTelevision.com





Mustang "How To Buy a Mustang" Things to look for
Mustang Restorations, the largest and oldest restorer of the classic Ford Mustangs brings you what you need to know before you make that big purchase. Meet pitchman Doctor Chris. Go to www.ClassicMustangTelevision.com





Mustang fender apron "How To" - OperationMustang.com
Please LIKE my Facebook, if my videos are useful to you: http://www.facebook.com/OperationMustang Mustang Restorations,the countrys oldest and largest restorer of the classic Ford Mustang brings you the Mustang "How To' videos series for the average guy to learn from. Meet pitchman Doctor Chris. More at www.ClassicMustangTelevision.com





How to make your 1999-2004 mustang look cooler - Easy appearance mods
Here are a few simple things you can do to make your Mustang look a bit cooler than stock. V6 or GT.





Mustang "How To" door adjustment - MustangRestoration.net
Please LIKE my Facebook, if my videos are useful to you: http://www.facebook.com/MustangRestorationInc Mustang Restorations, the countrys oldest and largest restorer of the classic Ford Mustang brings you the Mustang "How To " video series for the average guy to learn from. Meet pitchman Doctor Chris. For more go to www.ClassicMustangTelevision.com





Rust never sleeps - OperationMustang.com
Please LIKE my Facebook, if my videos are useful to you: http://www.facebook.com/OperationMustang Mustang Restorations, the countrys oldest and largest restorer of the classic Ford shows you whats behind the issue of leaky and rusty cowls on Mustangs. For more go to www.ClassicMustangTelevision.com





Mustang Comparison: New VS Old | AutoTrader Classics
What's the best Ford Mustang for around $30k? Brian Moody and Lizzy Vincent from AutoTrader take two very different sides as to which car to buy: 2013 vs 1966 K-code 289 V-8 fastback. New vs old. Why would a classic driver consider a modern model and visa versa? Which model would you choose and why?





Mustangs O.P.D. - OperationMustang.com
Please LIKE my Facebook, if my videos are useful to you: http://www.facebook.com/OperationMustang ClassicMustangTelevision.com - Mustangs I just pronounced dead. Being the Doctor of restoration's is not always easy. I have to give the owner's some bad new's.This time it was the worst. See more on my website www.ClassicMustangTelevision.com





Mustang trunk adjust "How To"
Mustang Restorations,the oldest and largest restorer of the classic Ford Mustang,brings you the "how To" series of Mustang repairs and tips for the average guy. Meet pitchman Doctor Chris. Go to www.ClassicMustangTelevision.com for more cool stuff





How to adjust the hood on your classic Ford Mustang - OperationMustang.com
Please LIKE my Facebook, if my videos are useful to you: http://www.facebook.com/OperationMustang In this video I will show you how to properly adjust the hood in your classic Ford Mustang. It is very easy if you do it the right way. There really is no reason why you need to bring your baby into a shop like mine when you can easily do it yourself. Mustang Restoration, Inc. is one of the largest restorers of the classic Ford Mustang in the country and is owned by Chris "the Doc" Ingrassia. Chris and is crew of skilled surgeons have been keeping the classic Ford Mustang out of America's junkyards for over 30 years! To see more videos like this one make sure that you watch "the Doc" and the gang on the web's only 30 min bi-weekly show dedicated to the Ford Mustang. Chris will show you real, concrete ways to save money doing restoration projects yourself! As well as bits of life in the shop (Mustang Restoration, Inc.), product reviews, interviews and a whole lot of other Ford Mustang swag. Operation Mustang (OperationMustang.com) bi-weekly on Sundays 9:30am CST. Check the site for showtimes. All episodes archived for your convenience.





Whats our Classic worth? - OperationMustang.com
Please LIKE my Facebook, if my videos are useful to you: http://www.facebook.com/OperationMustang Mustang Restorations president, Christopher Ingrassia, opens up on what is going on in the Classic car market in these tough economic times. What can we expect in the future as far as value for the Mustang. Meet pitchman Doctor Chris. For more go to www.ClassicMustangTelevision.com





Mustang "How To" Charging system fix - OperationMustang.com
Please LIKE my Facebook, if my videos are useful to you: http://www.facebook.com/OperationMustang Heres a way for the average guys to pin point a bad Voltage Regulator or Alternator. Mustang Restorations the countries oldest and largest restorer of the Classic Ford brings you How to tip on tasks you can do on your Stang. Meet pitchman Doctor Chris. For more go to www.ClassicMustangTelevision.com





Original Owner Unrestored Mustang - Hertz Shelby GT 350 - Barn Find
http://www.AutoTraderClassics.com: The original owner of this unrestored Hertz Shelby GT 350 shows the bill of sale and tells the story of his car at the Mustang 45th Anniversary celebration, and all Mustang car show, in Birmingham, AL at Barber Motorsports Park. Browse barn finds, restored classics, all-original wonders, rare last-of-its-kind models, performance, exotic cars and more on http://www.AutoTraderClassics.com. Find your dream car today.





Mustang Dash Pad Installation 1965
http://www.cjponyparts.com/dash-pad-ford-tooling-1964-1965/p/PAD11B/ Our next installation on our Weekend Wrench project car is to replace the crack and used dash pad. This pad is made from the original Ford tooling for a superior shape and fitment and even has the Ford logo embossed on the inside. To install the new pad, you'll need to remove all brackets and your dash speaker. Once all the brackets and studs have been removed, you'll need to also remove the clips holding in the defroster vents. While the dash pad is removed, this is the perfect time to replace the defroster hose and duct mounts. To install the new dash pad, simply place in the correct location and secure with your brackets. Make sure to replace the dash trim around the pad. Once the dash pad is in place and secured, make sure the front edge of the vinyl from the pad is underneath the window weather stripping. Then, replace the window molding. Total installation takes 1.5 to 2 hours. Mustang Scott Drake Defroster Hose/Duct Kit 1965-1966: http://www.cjponyparts.com/defroster-duct-and-hose-kit-1964-1966/p/DDHK/ See more 1965-1973 Mustang Dash Pads & Trim from CJ Pony Parts: http://www.cjponyparts.com/1964-1973-Mustang-dash-pads-trim/c/10110040/





Mustang Shop: Door panel installation - OperationMustang.com
Please LIKE my Facebook, if my videos are useful to you: http://www.facebook.com/OperationMustang Mustang Restorations, the countrys largest and oldest restorer of the classic Ford brings you a series of "How To" videos for the average guy at home to perform. Meet pitchman Doctor Chris. See all our videos at www.ClassicMustangTelevision.com





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2007 Ford Mustang Super GT500 Twin Turbo: 7.890 @ 175.220
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1993 Ford Mustang LX: 8.390 @ 167.870
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1985 Ford Mustang lx: 8.600 @ 159.000
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