If the antenna is stock and like my '65 it's very easy. Unplug cable from radio, unscrew pall nut at top of antenna mount, push antenna down enough to see base mount (underneath), tilt the base mount using a screw driver and withdraw antenna and cable. If you want to review this before accomplishing it, visit O-Reilly's or Autozone. I've seen antennas there that worked exactly like the original Ford antenna. They simply have a tilting base, that when vertical will slip through the hole. When the base is horizontal to the fender, it won't come through the hole.
Mustang born on 5/4/65 from Dearborn.
I have the lower clutch rod that is like a crooked finger (pre-dates 65) and has a small spring that holds it on the throw out bearing arm which the spring is connected to the bell housing with the spring holder.
I have replaced the equalizer bar with new...
65 mustang A code 4 speed
Has anyone found a set of tri-ys that actually fit?
I have tried 4 sets of tri-ys new and old even a set i believe to be original shelby headers.
they all either hit the 157 tooth stock bellhousing or the clutch linkage or the pitman arm
some hit all three.
I have a...
My 1968 fastback has been with David Toth in Escondido for the last couple of years getting all new wiring, a/c system, etc. Last week, he sent me a video of him driving it from the shop that finished a few mechanical things. It sounds great! He posted this photo yesterday from his shop...
I'm in the market for a set of headers for a 66 with a 289 that has power steering. Does anyone have suggestions for a set that doesn't require the power steering drop bracket? I saw some pretty olds posts on this topic but am wondering if there are any more recent recommendations.
So I had to cut off of the PW slave cylinder-to-center link nut on my '65 and ended up dinging the stud threads in the process...anyone know the size/thread of the stud so I can pick up a new bolt and also retap the stud?