I purchased this 1966 Mustang back in 2005. An older fellow used to own it and parked it in 1997. It was under a tarp and collected water and started to rust. I think I saved it just in time.
Info on the car:
-302 c.i. engine bored .40 over
-Edelbrock Torquer II aluminum highrise
-Edelbrock 1406 4 bbl carburetor
-T5 transmission from a 93 Mustang
-Hooker longtube headers
-2.5" stainless steel Exhaust
-Flowmaster 1 chamber Exhausts dumped
-Mineral Gray paint from 2004 Mustang
-2005 Mustang wheels
For more photos and to view my Restomod
1966 Mustang Resto-mod "SOLD" 04-24-2010
This is a rebuilt 1966 Mustang that is offered for sale in
Boise Idaho by V8-Dreams. In Europe, call Gunter @ +49 179 6953208 in the
U.S. call Gary @ 208-703-1378 for info and pricing. This car has new
paint, motor, trans, interior, wheels, tires and is ready to roll.
1966 Mustang JADED from Kevin Tetz and Eastwood
LINK TO BUY JADED GREEN PAINT:
LINK TO BUY MIG 135:
LINK TO BUY CONTOUR PREMIUM BODY FILLER:
Kevin Tetz's "Project Jaded" A Deeper Look:
12114 "Paint-U-Cation" Instructional DVD Set
13520ZP Contour Premium Body Filler
13523ZP Sprayable Polyester Body Filler
50109ZP 2K Ceramic Chassis Black
50244ZP 1:1 Epoxy Primer
50240ZP 4:1 Urethane Primer
50385ZP Tunnel Ram Metallic Gray Paint
13986ZP Jaded Green Paint
12458ZP Rat Rod Flat Clear
12776 Evolution™ HVLP Paint Gun
As Jaded began, I set out to build a first generation (1966) Mustang, incorporate styling cues
from modern Mustangs, and
blend them as seamlessly as today's late model muscle cars blend vintage
cues. Those subtle changes that draw you into the car for a closer look.
It was extremely difficult to maintain proportion and balance while
retaining the heritage.
JADED still had to look like a Mustang, not a Frankenstein
collection of parts slapped together. Once the design was solidified,
choosing components that fit the car and creating a cohesive well rounded
package was the next challenge. Starting with a drivetrain from the
legendary 2004 COBRA gave me a great head start on a bulletproof and
powerful foundation. The Schwartz G-Machine full frame chassis solved many
problems, including suspension, steering and most importantly, rigidity
that would support torque and power into the 600 HP range.
The feel of the 2004 interior gives the car a modern edge with seats that
are heavily bolstered, 6 way adjustable, and very comfortable. The body had
to be stunning, the color had to be right... and the timing of the Eastwood
Contour line of products was perfect for JADED.
I wanted to show that you don't have to break the bank to get great
With well-chosen products, you can get a world class appearance that holds
up to anything.
The proof is in the car - thousands of hours, pints of blood, many
sleepless nights and the passion that we all share in this hobby... the
drive to create something that is "our own" is manifested in JADED. I'm
very proud of this project, and humbled by the many friends and
manufacturers that contributed their energy and time. Now it's time to
-- Kevin Tetz
Builders: Kevin Tetz / Bay One Customs
Maier Racing Mustang: More grip than a GT3? - /BIG MUSCLE
• Mike Maier
If you've ever driven a bone-stock mid-1960's Ford Mustang, then you know that these
little cars make wonderful cruisers. They possess movie-star good looks and
turn heads everywhere. Drive them hard though and you'll soon realize that
what lies beneath that sheet metal is usually in need of some serious
improvement . Mike Maier of Maier Racing is the owner of this stunning blue
1966 coupe, a car that was supposed to have been bought as a play toy for
him and his wife. However when you grow up in a racing family, leaving
things alone is generally not an option. Little by little the Mustang evolved away from the family
hot-rod and into a test bed for new parts. More importantly than that
though, it's now one of the baddest street 'Stangs on the planet. Most
people will tell you that "Bigger is always better"... one drive in the
Maier Racing '66 coupe however may make you rethink that statement
1966 Ford Mustang Drive-bys
Just driving the Mustang on
a somewhat deserted road having some fun with it. The car has a 289 Hi-po
engine in it, making about 325 HP. T-5 transmission, 9 inch rear end. 4
piston Wilwood disc brakes and a shelby drop with 620 rate springs in
front, 4.5 leafs in the back. It also has maier racing sub frame connectors
and pan hard rod. I have this car set up for road race days.
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.
GJAMN-66' Mustang Project, www.gearjamminclassics.com
www.gearjamminclassics.com League City, Texas 281-435-9005 66' Mustang, 302 roller crate motor with
B303, Victor Jr Intake,MSD,JBA SS Headers,2.5 DynaMax Exhaust,5spd, SSBC 4piston Disc Brakes
Conversion, Grab-A-Trak front susp,17" American Racing Torq Thrust D's
polished and BFG G-Force Tires. Up Coming Mod's are a 9" Dif with
Grab-A-Trak rear susp.