1969 Mustang Restoration

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Ford Mustang Mach 40 Resto-mod Project
Originally a 1969 Mach 1, the goal was to create a what-if mid-engine concept car. The idea: put a '69 Mach 1 and 2006 GT 40 super car together, incorporating the modern Ford technology into the body of a Mach 1. The car was being built to be a one off, but also built to perform. The power train, a 5.4 liter dual overhead cam GT super car motor, was upgraded so it has a Wipple 4 liter super charge along with drive by wire throttle. In addition the motor was converted to a flex-fuel system. The base horsepower can be dialed in, literally there is a dial control in the car, from 600 to 850 HP. It also has auto and manual traction control. It was important to keep the body style a true-to-its-roots 1969 Mach 1, they did not want a modern looking car. This build made by: Eckert's Rod and Custom: 28959 South Cramer Road Molalla, Oregon 97038 Email- dave@eckertsrodandcustom.com Phone- 503.263.2893 http://www.eckertsrodandcustom.com Music: Stoto - Late Night (Original Mix) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xtZOnyYu16U

1969 Ford Mustang Fastback Restoration Slideshow ~ start to finish
1969 Ford Mustang Fastback Restoration Slideshow ~ start to finish. I’m really glad I took all of these photos, not only for the snapshot in time, but also for saving all of the great memories along the way. I found the car for sale in the local paper and was lucky enough to be the first one there. Towing it home was the first step; two years of weekends later, I was left with a huge smile on my face.

1965 Ford Mustang Restoration
Great restoration project of 1965 Mustang. This ‘Vapor’ Mustang wins Ford Design Award at SEMA 2016. Project made by: http://roadstershop.com

North Texas Customs // Candy Red Chevelle pt4
Applying the first coat of red. We will layer the coats until the desired color is achieved, which should take about 5 coats based on the test swatch. Check out pt5 for clear coat being applied over red to complete the job.