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
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Jay Leno's Garage: Custom 1969 Ford Mustang Fastback
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Jay's neighbor Bodie Stroud stops by the garage with his latest and
greatest: a chopped, widened fastback featuring one of ten 494 all-aluminum
BOSS engines, originally made for (and signed by!) Mario Andretti in 1969.
Holy burnout, Batman!
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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.
Diamond in the Rough: Restoring a Classic American Luxury Car ( Episode 1)
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) Ford built the 1978 Lincoln Continental Mark V
Diamond Jubilee Edition to celebrate the companies 75th year in the
automobile business. A grand total of just 5,159 cars were built. To help
celebrate the the 75th anniversary and to distinguish the car from other
Lincoln Mark V the Diamond Jubilee was available in only two colors,
Diamond Blue and Jubilee Gold. In this very special and very personal 1st
episode Roman Mica and his British Car mechanic friend Ted Ax set out to
restore and Roman's Dad's old and very neglected 1978 Continental Mark V
Diamond Jubilee edition. The first order of business is to get this
American Classic luxury car running. Will it start? You'll have to watch
this first episode to find out.
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.
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
The Restoration: 1969 Ford Mustang
This video is silent due to the selfishness of the recording industry.
Despite my right to use music under fair-use laws, YouTube is bowing to the
recording industry, so no music here. Hum along if you like...
My 1966 Mustang finally out of the garage.
Hello once again YouTubers, finally a long overdue update on the
restoration of my 1966 Mustang. It is up and running,
currently doing testing and tuning on the engine-timing, carbureator
adjustments, leak checks-so far so good!
The work is easier done with the hood off, not to mention it is awesome
running around with it off showing the sexy engine compartment :-) Big
items left on the "to-do" list (for this year anyhow) include wheels and
tires, and the Exhaust. There are some
small items left to do as well such as a few exterior emblems, and a fresh
set of traction bars.
For quicker reference on some of the engine and car specifications here is
a UPDATED semi-complete list...
347 "Streetfighter" stroker engine kit consisting of-Cast steel crankshaft,
SRS forged flat top pistons with wrist pins, CNC beam forged 5140 rods,
moly rings, CL77bearings. Next, a Crane cam, (gotta look up specs.)
Cleveland heads, Motorcraft high volume water pump, 7 quart oil pan,
ProComp HV oil pump with ARP pump drivshaft, 4 row radiator, electric
Flex-A-Lite cooling fan, Holley high volume mech. fuel pump at 7-8 lbs.,
ProComp polished "air-gap" medium rise dual plane intake manifold, ProComp
"tall-style" polished valve covers, Holley 650 carb., K&N air filter
assembly, MSD 6A ignition box, MSD distributor (mech. advance), MSD
"Blaster SS" coil, MSD "street fire" 8mm. wires, NGK "V-power" plugs,
Powermaster 100 amp alternator, Optima "red-top" battery, full length
Flowtech headers(1 1/2" primarys with 3" collectors), Flowmaster "40
series" 2 1/2" mufflers with "H" pipe (turndowns underneath), GER
"thunderbolt" C-4 transmission, Hurst "Indy" shifter, Hurst line lock,
Heidt's sub-frame connectors, Lakewood "street-strip" traction bars,
driveshaft safety loop, Autometer "Phantom" gauges, etc...
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