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Mustang Shop: Door panel installation - OperationMustang.com

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How to Install Carpet into a Classic Mustang
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Mustang Exterior Door Handles Installation 1965-1970
http://www.cjponyparts.com/scott-drake-exterior-door-handle-chrome-show-qua lity-kit-1967-1968/p/EDH14/ If your classic, 1965-1970 Mustang's door handles are getting worn and pitted, get your exterior door handles looking and working like new, with this show-quality satin finish door handle kit from Scott Drake. Scott Drake offers a wide variety of show quality door handles for 1965-1970 Mustangs in either chrome or satin finishes. See more Scott Drake parts from CJ Pony Parts: http://www.cjponyparts.com/scott-drake/c/8_1001_119/ See more Exterior Door Handles from CJ Pony Parts: http://www.cjponyparts.com/1964-1973-Mustang-exterior-door-handles/c/10080 030/

Mustangs:Dangerous area everyone needs to know - OperationMustang.com
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Mustang TMI Pony Door Panel Installation 1965-1966
http://www.cjponyparts.com/tmi-door-panel-pony-pair-1965-1966/p/DPP1-V/ Help give your 1965-1966 Mustang's interior new life with these Deluxe Pony style door panels from TMI. These are made with Masonite MDF wood backing, not flimsy cardboard backing that can easily deform especially when dampened by rain or snow. They feature original style heat seam line patterns and are offered in a variety of factory correct colors. For installation, you'll first want to remove your original door panel. You'll then want to remove the water shield and the three screws that secure the door handle shaft to your door. Take out the old door handle shaft and replace it with your new one, and then re-install in the door. Next, install the water shield to your door and then work on assembling the door panel for installation. This includes securing the panel trim and the pony door panel cup. Then install the bracket for the panel door cup to the door. Line up the new pony door panel, squeeze the panel on, screw the door cup to the bracket, and install the door cup cover. Return the door handle and window crank to the door, and your installation is complete. Total installation should take up to 3 hours. Mustang Watershield Set 1965-1966: http://www.cjponyparts.com/watershield-set-1965-1966/p/WS1-V/ Mustang Scott Drake Pony Door Handle Shaft 1965-1966: http://www.cjponyparts.com/scott-drake-door-handle-shaft-pony-driver-side-1 965-1966/p/DHS5L/

Steal proof your Mustang - OperationMustang.com
Please LIKE my Facebook, if my videos are useful to you: http://www.facebook.com/OperationMustang Dont let your Classic Mustang get taken in 60 seconds. Chris Ingrassia, owner of the oldest and largest restorer of the classic Ford discusses the way to make you car steal proof. Meet pitchman Doctor Chris. - ClassicMustangTelevision.com

"How to buy a Mustang" What to look for - OperationMustang.com
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Mustang Taillight Kit with 3 Bulb Conversion Installation 1967-1968
http://www.cjponyparts.com/tail-light-kit-w-bodies-1967-1967/p/TLK3/ After years on the road, the taillight area on many classic Mustangs can begin to corrode, which can cause problems for the rest of the trunk area or cause the taillights themselves to stop working. Plus, from the factory, these Mustangs are only equipped with a single bulb taillight, which aren't very bright. On our 1967 Mustang, we're going to completely replace the taillights with this taillight kit, which includes Taillight Bodies, Lenses, Bezels, Housing Seals, Lens Gaskets, plus we're going to upgrade it with Scott Drake's Taillight 3-Bulb Conversion. This will clean up some corrosion and significantly brighten up the lights, making this 1967 Mustang much safer. This conversion/upgrade also applies to 1968 Mustangs. Check out Scott Drake's 3-Bulb Taillight Conversion Inserts: http://www.cjponyparts.com/scott-drake-taillight-3-bulb-conversion-insert-p air-1967-1968/p/TLBCIN/ Check out the 1968 Mustang Taillight Kit: http://www.cjponyparts.com/tail-light-kit-w-bodies-1968-1968/p/TLK4/

Mustang "How To" door adjustment - MustangRestoration.net
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Mustang Scott Drake Window Regulator Installation 1965-1966
http://www.cjponyparts.com/scott-drake-window-regulator-concours-driver-sid e-1965-1966/p/WR15L/ Scott Drake's Window Regulators are an excellent replacement for your Mustang. They are silver cadmium plated to prevent rust, and feature the original metal thickness on body, a high tension spring to ease in operation, correct threads, and exact dimensions as the original for proper handle alignment. These regulators also have an extra strong internal gear with improved rivets. Bill notices our project car, the Weekend Wrench, could benefit from replacement window regulators, and the original ones are no longer very effective. He begins this installation by removing the door panel to access the window parts and pointing out exactly which bolts are necessary to remove. Our Weekend Wrench's scissor extension is next to be removed, followed by the original regulator. Bill decides to replace the window rollers, as well, which he notes were the main problem with our window's movement up and down.The new Scott Drake regulator is then installed in the car, along with the scissor extension and new rollers. Finally, test your window's movement and then re-install your door panel. Total installation of both doors should take up to an hour. Mustang Window Regulator Front Left Scissor Extension 1965-1966: http://www.cjponyparts.com/window-regulator-front-left-scissor-extension-19 64-1966/p/WREL/ See more 1964-1973 Mustang Window Components from CJ Pony Parts: http://www.cjponyparts.com/1964-1973-Mustang-window-components/c/10110340/

Mustang TMI One-Piece Coupe Headliner Kit Installation 1965-1968
http://www.cjponyparts.com/tmi-headliner-kit-molded-one-piece-unisuede-coup e-1965-1966/p/HL50-V/ If you're looking to replace the headliner in your classic Mustang, but want something a little more modern, TMI's one-piece headliner is the perfect choice. The high-quality uni-suede material will update and freshen the interior in the '65 coupe, and this is exactly the look we're going for in our Weekend Wrench project car. To install, begin by removing the factory headliner, visors, rear seat, quarter trim panels, and all the interior trim. TMI's headliner does not require removal of the front and rear windshields like factory headliners, neatly fitting underneath the seal between your windshields and the top of the car. Then, remove the factory headliner rods. Create a point of center for centering the TMI one-peice headliner in your Mustang, and then clamp it into place once it is inside. Then, secure the edge of the headliner underneath the seal between both windshields and install the visors, rods, and rear view mirror. Start putting the interior back together, including the package tray and windlace, and once everything is back into place, your installation is finished. Total installation will take four to five hours. TMI One-Piece Headliner Kit - Coupe 1967-1968: http://www.cjponyparts.com/tmi-headliner-kit-molded-one-piece-unisuede-coup e-1967-1968/p/HL52-V/ Learn more about our Weekend Wrench project car: http://www.cjponyparts.com/weekendwrench.aspx

Mustang Beltline Weatherstrip Installation 1965-1968
http://www.cjponyparts.com/door-beltline-weatherstrip-set-1967-1968/p/WSBL5 / Beltline weatherstripping is the pieces of weatherstrip that run along the top of the door on either side of the window, which wipes the window and keeps water from getting down into the door. On older Mustangs, this weatherstripping can easily become cracked, brittle and damaged, and can stop doing the job that it should. That failure can allow water into the door and cause much bigger damage to the door, so it is important that the Beltline Weatherstripping be replaced at the first sign of damage. CJ Pony Parts offers numerous beltline weatherstripping kits for 1965-1968 Mustangs, allowing owners to replace any or all of the Beltline Weatherstrip pieces. See CJ Pony Parts weatherstrip for classic Mustang Fastbacks: http://www.cjponyparts.com/1964-1973-Mustang-fastback-weatherstrip/c/10200 030/ See CJ Pony Parts weatherstrip for classic Mustang Coupes: http://www.cjponyparts.com/1964-1973-Mustang-coupe-weatherstrip/c/10200010 / See CJ Pony Parts weatherstrip for classic Mustang Convertibles: http://www.cjponyparts.com/1964-1973-Mustang-convertible-weatherstrip/c/10 200020/

Mustang Shop: Glove box liner - OperationMustang.com
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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/

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