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
1965 Mustang Restoration Final
"Classic Car Restoration" - 1965 Mustang Restoration, Final segment:
series recap. Host: Steve Magnante. Producer: Melissa Cross. Associate
Producer: Kevin Tetz.
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
1966 Ford Mustang Restomod
1998 Ford Cobra 4.6L DOHC Engine
Custom paint and interior
2000 Cobra R IRS
Mustang II IFS
Power windows front and back
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...
Thanks for watching, enjoy in HD if you can, and stay tuned for more videos
as the restoration continues. Please add me to your friends list and
subscribe. Thanks, Enginenut :-)
65 Mustang w 3" Exhaust
1965 Mustang. I bought the
car as is and don't know everything about the engine but here's what I do:
302, Tremec 5 speed transmission, 4:56 9" rear end, 750 cfm double pumper,
Hooker long tube headers, 3" Exhaust
with FlowMaster Delta Force 10s with turndown tips.