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I have begun a complete teardown of my 65, I am a glutten for punishment as I am documenting less than I should.
Which manual/maunuals will have the most info for rotisserie job, that will basically be rebuilding the car with updated restomod touches (suspension, brakes, 351w conversion)

I will need electric diagrams, and detailed parts list, etc.
Thanks
Also where should I purchase these?
 

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I have several restoration books (like you, the car came apart hastily)and find the best of them is the factory shop manual.

If you are in a local club, using another member's similar car for reference is also helpful at reassembly time.
 

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A great book is How to Restore your Mustang ISBN 0962490849
You can get it at www.californiamustang.com . This book was based on a Mustang Monthly book published in the early 80s showing a fastback restoration.

You will also need the shop manuals. You can also get reproductions of the original Assembly manuals for body, engine, and interior at many places.

We have some good stuff too check out our free download section at www.mustangproject.com
 
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