This was done by www.DesertClassicMustangs.com in Scottsdale Arizona This will get a Coyote motor and 5 speed It has a flat firewall , raised transmission tunnel and mini tubs for larger tires. This was a coupe converted to a fastback. It is built better than factory.
Mustang Fog Light Conversion Kit Installation 1965
If you're looking to convert your 1965 Mustang's front end with a set of fog
lights, like we wish to with our Weekend Wrench project car, we suggest
this conversion kit with beautiful reproduction lights that feature a die
cast, silver painted metal assembly and a chrome retaining wing. Also
included is a fog light switch, the fog light mounting bars, all required
wiring, and the fog light specific grill.
The first step in installation is to remove the original horse and corral,
bars, and grill. You'll then remove the horse and corral from the grill
bars and begin assembly of your fog light kit. Follow the steps Bill takes
in the installation video to complete this assembly process.
You'll then want to drill the radiator holes for your fog light wiring and
install the new grill. Next, secure your grill horse support and the horse
and corral with new grill bars. Install the fog lights to the fog light
bars and then connect all wiring, which Bill describes and demonstrates in
Make sure all the lights are working properly, then mount the switch on
your dash to complete the installation. Total installation takes around
Mustang Chrome Fog Light
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up the ULTIMATE 1968 Mustang GT Fastback in beautiful
Highland Green. This is the 12 time MCA National Title winner and 2 time
National Grand champion!!!
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Mustang SSBC Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit Installation 1965-1966
We've recently updated the suspension on our Forgotten Fastback project
car, and now we're going to upgrade to a set of SSBC disc brakes.
This Conversion Kit with Dual Bowl Master Cylinder is for 1965-1966 V8 Mustangs with power brakes and
an automatic transmission. It includes a pair of rotors, a pair of
calipers, front brake pads, dual bowl master cylinder and 7" single
diaphragm Booster, splash shield,
brake hoses, rotor retaining hardware, and all brackets.
The first two parts Bill installs on the Forgotten Fastback are the splash
shield and the caliper bracket. Then, you'll grease the bearings and rotor
and install the rotor on your spindle. Install the cotter pin and the dust
shield, then you're ready to load the caliper. The last step before
mounting the caliper on the car is to install the brake line.
Next, place the caliper over the rotor and line up the bracket. After this,
prepare the Booster for installation
by installing the brackets that mount to the firewall. The Booster is going to mount where your factory
master cylinder was. Bill then demonstrates how to bench bleed the master
cylinder and install it on your car.
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1967 Mustang Restomod Buildup 5.0 Eleanor/Shelby Tribute "Shelbanor Coupe"
Here's what I've been up to for the last few months. Bought this coupe
last September with plans to "dress it up" a bit. It was built with only
one direction in mind...take all my favorite parts of the original Mustang, Shelby and Eleanor and put
them into one package that flows together. No concourse resto here. Its
built to drive and make me smile. Mission accomplished.
Took 3rd place in primer at the Mustangs Unlimited show. Took 2nd
1967 Ford Mustang GT Fastback 390 V8 Four-Speed
This 1967 Ford Mustang
Fastback GT has a 390c.i. 4BBL 320 H.P. V8 (Engine Code-S), 4 Speed Manual
Transmission (Trans Code-5), 9in Nodular Rear w/ 3.00 Gear Ratio (Axle
Code-1), Power Disc Brakes, Owner's Manual, AM Radio, Factory Tach, Hurst
Shifter, Sport Deck Rear Seat, Remote Outside Mirror, Buckets/Console, Seat
Belts, GT Equipped, Fog Lamps, Badged, Striped, Correct Night Mist Blue
Interior (Paint Code-K), Chrome Style Steel Wheels w/ BFG Radial T/A Tires,
Beautifully Detailed Engine Bay, Ceramic Coated Headers w/ Dual Flowmaster
Exhaust, Originally Sold in Atlanta,
Georgia. Marti Report, Too Much to List...Ask for Complete Build Info.
Gorgeous Complete Restoration w/ Receipts, Pure Investment Hard to Find
S-Code 390/4-Spd Fastback Pony Car! Thanks for taking a look!
Filmed at Fast Lane Classic Cars in St Charles, MO
The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
electric piano. 011
Bouncy, Grooving 2010
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.
Day 1 The 1966 Mustang Coupe Restoration Project
Day 2 - How to read a Ford title... it's a 66 not a 65!
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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.