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  1. Vintage Mustang Forum
    Which one would you say is the best building? Mine is the Black 67 coyote swap!! Then the green wide body! Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Option 4 Option 5 Option 6 https://youtu.be/5KpTdCA1cy0
  2. Northern California VMFers
    I'm not sure if this is the correct place to post this, but does anyone here have any recommendations for good restoration paint/body shops in the South Bay Area?
  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...
  4. New Member Introductions
    New member here. My parents just agreed to let me have their old 66 Mustang convertible, but it has been sitting for about 17 years and has a good bit of rust. I don’t have any car experience, but I know people who have offered to help with the labor. I know it will be a lengthy process to get...
  5. New Member Introductions
    Working on restoring a 65 C Code coupe with 3-speed manual. Looking for advice on local body repair/restoration and engine mechanics. Thanks!
  6. 1964 1/2 through 1966 Mustangs For Sale
    Hi all, Have a 1966 c code fastback for sale in wisconsin. Has a 302 in it that runs well with electronic ignition on it, originally manual trans car and still has clutch pedal but c4 auto trans in the car. 8 inch rear, has newer tail panel and right rear quarter previous owner installed. Needs...
  7. New Member Introductions
    Hi, I am new here, my first car was a 1976 Cobra II white with red stripes, I have always liked Mustangs, there were some other first generation mustangs in my family. I bought it from a Ford employee in 1978, it had a four cylinder with an automatic transmission and vinyl seats, it looked cool...
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    This is the day it all started back in 2015 when I was still in high school. Got the old girl pulled out of grandma's yard and over to a buddy's shop to get the restoration process started. Named the car Ellie after my grandma since she saved it for me.
  9. Concours Forum
    Hello, guys! Just got my 1967 Convertible 289 with 3-speed auto this week... It has: a pretty solid metal (though some amount of rust is there on the bottom). Body work and some welding will be needed. all original metal panels with matching numbers original engine original transmission...
  10. Wheel and Tire Forum
    I have had a full set of 1966 hubcaps restored and they are currently highly polished stainless steel. I intend to repaint them back to stock colours and wonder what preparation should be used on the areas to be painted that wouldn't affect or damage the areas that are to remain polished...
  11. Vintage Mustang Forum
    Guys we have been back in action since November 2018. Please disregard the bankrup out of business message that is now 6 years old. Yes we ate out of California thank God but we are better than ever in anew Jersey. Please admin delete the old messages on this forum. They are no longer true...
  12. Vintage Mustang Forum
    What would be the best build for a 66 289. I got my hands on a 289 and want to see what can I do with it and add to it. It has already been rebuilt, but lacks parts such as an intake manifold, carb, etc. I want to be able to use the most I can from what the rebuilt block came with, but I am not...
  13. Vintage Mustang Forum
    I’ve been working on a 1966 Ford Mustang for a few months now, bringing it up to being road legal and just got the plates for the car. Recently I was under the car and noticed some rot in the from frame rail near the front bumper mounts and proceeded to check the rest of the frame rails finding...
  14. Vintage Mustang Forum
    Hello to all. I recently purchased a 1970 Coupe with the original 302 block and a running 302 4v. It also came with almost all parts needed to complete restoration for $1k. I know, an amazing deal. However, the passenger quarter panel is pretty heavily damaged. Does anyone know where I could...
  15. Vintage Mustang Forum
    Finally! I finally took my mustang out for a drive! After 2 long months of hard work, sore backs and what felt like unlimited frustrations. I got to take my 66 out for a drive and my lord did if feel so good! The smile didn't leave my face for at least 3 days!🤣 but now I'm kinda stuck.... i have...
  16. Vintage Mustang Forum
    In the next week I will be cutting my quarter panels where the red line is in the picture. My issue is that I need a way to draw a line on the old panel and new panel in the same place to get a good fit. First I thought to make a molding out of plexiglass but I couldnt find a sheet thin enough...
  17. Vintage Mustang Forum
    I have a 66 coupe with a 289 v8 4 speed. The body is in great shape other than some dings in the paint. When I picked up this car I was looking for a replacement for my daily driver. (Pos cobalt) but I saw the mustang and had to have it! So I picked it up and bought another pos for my main form...
  18. Vintage Mustang Forum
    I just bought a 65 coupe, but the last owner gooped on a ton of rubberized undercoating -rus-fre). I'm wondering if it should remove it. The stuff still feels flexible, so I don't think it's at the place where it's dry and flaking off and causing real big problems, but I've stripped the body to...
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