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    Looking to get my 1964.5 Mustang Up and Running this year. Motor is in the car. Need a shop that knows how to do wiring, t5 transmission conversion, brakes, driveshaft, and little extra things. Prefer somewhere near Santa clara or south San Jose but willing to tow far for a good shop.
  2. New Member Introductions
    Greetings fellow mustang enthusiasts. Quick introduction? I'm a 42 year vet bush pilot. My first car in 1972 was a turquoise 1965 Mustang. Now, 50 years later, retiring from the bush flying, i picked up a lovely 1965 turquoise mustang. I am desiring to totally restore it. It took me 6 months to...
  3. Vintage Mustang Forum
    Classic car restoration is a very broad term that can mean almost anything, depending who you ask. Deciding what it means to you is crucial to making sure your restoration project goes smoothly and doesn’t end up as a never-finished pile of parts. Decide exactly what you do and don’t want to do...
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