A 1969 Mustang coupe (which there are less of than Fastbacks)restored for Garrett Miesner of Jersey ville
It was'nt too bad a look'n at first but once I got into it both floor pans & torque boxes were gone it had some pretty bad rust around the window post & LF upper door hinge post area. The front inner fender aprons were beat about a bit too, but its starting to shap up nicley and before long we'll have back up in ship shape.
Using Body Lead
This video shows how to use body lead instead of bondo. I only had 10
minutes so I put as much as I could that is important. Start with a clean,
sanded surface so the tinning butter will bond correctly. This hood was
from the 1969 Mustang
restoration project from a few years ago. 90% of the body work on that car
was done with lead. One you learn how you'll never use bondo again!
Mustang Shop: Coupe to Fastback - OperationMustang.com
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1969 MACH ONE Mustang Restoration Part 2 (FOR SALE)
This video highlights the Restoration of our 1969 MACH ONE 428-Cobrajet
Project. This is a true "R" code car! It came equipped with all of the
Bells & Whistles, including Air Conditioning and Power Steering, which is
underway of installation as I type. This car too has been equipped with a
full, 4-wheel disk brake option.
This car is special in that when it was ordered, it was equipped with a
"Special Paint" Ford # Unknown option. The Marti report finds this to be
accurate as does it also reflect in the door data tag. The original owner
did not like the two reds that were available that year, (Indian Fire &
Candy Apple), so he had a special paint ordered, making this a True, Rare
Find, 1 of 1 Car! You simply cannot and will not find another car like this
Since this car was indeed a "Special Paint- Ford # Unknown Code," we
decided to apply the "Viper Red!" Although any color placed on the car
would be technically correct, we liked the Viper!
Where possible, every part restored so far has been with NOS or OEM type
materials. Although this has made the restoration process much longer, we
think it has been well worth it and feel that you will too.
The car simply speaks for it's self. "FLAWLESS!" However we would love to
answer any questions that you might have...
This car will be going up for sale Late-Summer of 2007, but we will
certainly entertain any offers that you may wish to make as it sits today.
If you would like to come see her in person, we would be willing to set up
an appointment with you.
As "Geraldine" will go home with only the Premium Bidder, please, only
Serious Buyers need contact us.
Thanks again for taking a look!
1969 Mustang "Anvil" Steve Strope Video Feature V8TV SEMA 2010
http://www.v8tvshow.com - Steve Strope and the crew at Pure Vision teamed
up with Anvil Auto to create a very trick 1969 Mustang to showcase Anvil's latest
carbon fiber Mustang parts,
and to go burn up road race tracks! The car features tons of road race
inspired elements, from a widened body to cantilevered suspension. The
giant John Kaase Boss 9 521 CID 805 HP motor under the hood makes things
happen, and the custom wheels grip the road. This is another PV creation
that takes a long time to digest!
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.