My last name is actually Buehler. It's a great joke some of my teachers just can't get over, especially the ones that are Ben Stein fans.
Anthow, i don't know of any books on the subject but I do seem to recall seeing some very nice VMFer homepages that walk you through the whole process. I'm sure someone will give you a link. You could go to the old VMF and do a search fo floorpan pics or floorpan replacement, something along those lines. Good luck.
Black primer 66 coupe, bench seat, 68 302-2V, C-4, 3.55 TSD
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I just went through 68 pages of 1964-66 Mustangs sold at Mecum Auctions over the last many years. 99.9% of them were beautifully restored mustangs that looked brand new. What I realized though is that the distressed-look (patina or faux-patina) mustangs caught my eye big time!
am looking for the best option for noise and heat insulation, I have seen different types in the market I have bought a quit ride solution full kit and was wandering is the lizard skin any good or can I apply the lizard skin first then the quit ride on top of it ?
thanks for the info
Since my car is in pieces and I’m going to rebuild the 289, I need to get some ideas on how to “dress” the engine bay. I don’t want to end up with an abomination of blue, red, yellow, black and chrome - so pop your hoods!
I’ll get it started ;)
Well after lots of searching, want adds, bartering, "horse trading" I finally have a T5 to put in my car. I'm into it for $150 CAD ($110 USD) From all the research I did this will work fine for my "stockish" Sunday driver car. 1968 mustang 289, 3 speed.
I will use my existing clutch and...
Recently, and regretfully, I have decided to sell my granddad and I's deep green Ford Mustang Fastback. There are around 57,000 miles on the odometer, no idea if that is correct. It has ALWAYS been garaged, and it hasn't been daily driven in decades. The paint is rather good, with a few rust...