Classic Design Concepts 1967 Reproduction Mustang
100% BRAND NEW 1967 Mustang, not one original part makes
up this entire car. Created for SEMA 2007 to celebrate the 45th anniversary
of the '67 Mustang. Classic
Design Concepts constructed this beautiful car. 450hp/400ft-lbs. BOSS 347
w/ 5 speed. Visit us at www.ClassicDesignConcepts.com or call 866-624-7997
if you have questions or would like to buy this very car and put it in your
DeLorean #3352 restoration www.delorean.co.uk
This video is cut together from the footage I shot over the course of
restoring #3352 from a barn-find in Ohio to a UK registered car with 2.5
Renault turbo engine. I stripped down
and rebuilt so much that it's easier for me to list the things I didn't do:
I didn't remove the doors, the glass, the left front fender or the wiring
The engine was assembled from a donor from a crashed Alpine GTA, but the
ancillaries (turbo, chargecooler, engine
management, Exhaust, intake manifold)
were taken from an earlier conversion which had been abused and whose
engine was totally worn out after approx 20,000 miles. This is why not
everything is new and shiny.
1969 Mustang Coupe Restoration
This is a re-make of the original video. I had more time to include more
pictures and better narration....that and YouTube pulled the old one for
Mustang Front Suspension Installation Forgotten Fastback 1965
In this installation video, Bill demonstrates how to upgrade a front
suspension in CJ's 1965 Forgotten Fastback project car. Before the upgrade,
the Forgotten Fastback's suspension was beyond poor, with two 4x4s for
springs and several loose parts.
In order to make the Fastback a Mustang with modern updates, we've
decided to install a stock-style suspension with a few performance
upgrades, which will provide a better handling experience. For springs,
upper and lower control arms, and a strut rod kit, we've chosen top-quality
products from Scott Drake.
Mustang Scott Drake Coil
These springs allow your Classic Mustang to take advantage of the
latest suspension technology and perform more like a modern sports car.
They provide a fairly stock smooth ride during normal driving, but as the
springs compress under load (primarily during braking and cornering) they
progressively become firmer to offer the handling characteristics similar
to our 600 pound performance springs.
Mustang Scott Drake Lower
Control Arm Assembly 1965-1966:
These lower control arms are the finest available and feature the original
riveted design for a more authentic look. They are painted black and
natural steel gray and come with a ball joint, grease seal, a washer and
nut and a cotter key.
Mustang Scott Drake Upper
Control Arm Assembly 1965-1966:
These upper control arms are the finest reproductions available and are not
rebuilt, but rather all new. They're painted black and natural steel gray,
come ready to install, and include the bushings, ball joint, but with
cotter key and washers with locking nuts.
1967 Mustang: California Drag 'Stang - /BIG MUSCLE
In the world of muscle cars there are few as iconic as the 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback. It's
stunning body lines were made famous by Steve McQueen in the movie Bullitt
(he drove a '68) and since that time, it has become one of the most sought
after muscle cars in existence. This particular car was, is, and will
always remain (according to owner Greg Smith) a down home California drag
car. From the Fenton slotted wheels and 393 Windsor stroker, to the Mickey
Thompson drag slicks out back, one look will tell you that this car is all
My Old Yellow Car - 1967 Mustang
This is a slide-show tribute to a car from my past, put to the music of the
Dan Seals song, "My Old Yellow Car". The car was a 1967 Ford Mustang and while my Dad bought this
car as his "winter" car, I got to drive it through my high school days. It
may have been a bucket of rust, but it was a "classic" bucket of rust.
Building the Baddest Boss: '69 Mustang | Hot Rod TV and AutoTrader Classics
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TV on the SPEED Channel with a look at the hottest muscle cars, coolest
events and conversations with automotive legends.
In this episode of Hot Rod TV, AutoTrader Classics, Gateway Classic Mustang, and two aspiring car
builders team up to rebuild a '69 Coyote Mustang Boss 302. The final Mustang is then listed on
AutoTraderClassics.com for sale with proceeds to benefit the Alliance of
Auto Artisans--supporting the automotive restoration lifestyle.
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