they will come out even if you mask it correctly /forums/images/icons/wink.gif. I've seen it done and it does not look right at all in my opinion. The dual stripes look best if you stick to the Shelby Formula ... anything more than the standard distance between the stripes looks wrong. Goes for non tappered stripes and too wide/too skinny stripes as well.
In 1968 it was the only way you could buy a Mustang with two-tone paint . Stripe went from pinch weld ( car was painted before windshield was installed ) to the turn signal louvers , but not the louvers themselves .In `67 it was the tail light panel that was the other color .
So, I removed the front suspension springs using the 'usual' internal coil spring compressor. No problems but always a bit nervous.
I've now added new upper & lower control arms and am ready to reinstall the coils. I spent ages trying to get it just right before tightening but backed...
after a total rebuild of my 66 fastback i am a bit disappointed by the car handling at 60+ mph
i still have a few things to do that should improve the car's stability.... i already have an exportbrace installed but still have to install a monte carlo bar... and just as with the exportbrace it...
No it’s not a joke, if we can buy 6 or more we get 25% off. I have one on my daily driver and it fantastic and they have a 30 day warrantee don’t like it send it back..
Anyone interested I’m willing to do the leg work if I can get solid
Many of us have discovered little things over the years that could help others, post em up! Here are a couple:
1.) When removing a starter from a 65-66 with 289/302 and long tube headers, it comes out and goes in much easier if you un-bolt the idler arm from the frame so that the steering...
A buddy of mine asked me a question that I have no idea of the right answer. He wonders if there is any advantage of using '66 motor mounts in a '65 Fastback that he is running a 331 motor in. My only experience of vintage Mustangs is our '68 convertible and I'm still...