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Monday, August 18, 2014

2014 Northeast Regional SAAC Meet - Mustang and Shelby Show


If you are close at all, you really should check out this year's NE SAAC Regional Mustang and Shelby Show.  This year the meet is being held at a new location in Gettysburg, PA.  

It will be held October 17-19, 2014.  This is always a super popular event.  There's just something for everyone with a road tour ending with a BBQ lunch on Saturday and then a popular vote car show on Sunday.

Click here or below for more information and to download entry forms.




Friday, August 15, 2014

New Part! Mustang Oil Sending Unit Extension Lead Wire

1966 Mustang Oil Pressure Sending Unit Extension Lead Wire.
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The wire extension that runs down to the oil pressure sending unit is often brittle, has frayed covering, and/or has a broken plug due to heat and age.  We now have all three versions of this wire extension available for 1965 and 1966 Mustangs.

We have the early style used with the sender with the warning lights (long speedometer) in the dash.  We also have the type used with the gauge style instrument panel.  There are actually two versions of this one. The '65 and early '66 style had a larger covering.  Soon after the '66 model run began, the covering on the wire was much smaller.

Here is the complete listing:






Keep in mind that this extension is included in all of our 65-66 engine gauge feed wiring harnesses.


Wednesday, August 13, 2014

New Part! 69-70 Mustang Deluxe Interior Map Light Assembly with Switch

1969 and 1970 Mustang Deluxe Interior Map Light Assembly with Switch
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This is a super nice part that we just got in!  It's the 1969 and 1970 Mustang Map Light Assembly.  This light assembly was originally mounted under the dash on the passenger side on Mustangs equipped with the deluxe interior package - this, of course, included the Mach 1 Mustangs.

It is complete with the housing, switch, socket, wiring plugs, and light bulb.

These light assemblies are often missing from cars.  The switches in the originals were also notorious for failing and often need replacement.

Our part number is IN-9391.  Click here to view it on the Virginia Classic Mustang web site or simply click on the image above.

Monday, August 11, 2014

New Part! Mustang Autolite Radiator Cap

1969 and 1970 Ford and Mustang Autolite Radiator Cap.  Eaton Style with correct Autolite, RS-12 and 13 lb stamping.  For Dearborn produced cars.
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We now have the correct radiator cap for 1969 and 1970 Mustangs and other Fords that were produced at the Dearborn assembly plant.

This cap features the correct zinc plating and Autolite markings along with the RS-12 and 13 lb. markings.

Our part number is EG-2011.

We have a full line of Autolite and SMCO radiator caps.  Click here to see them.
1969 and 1970 Ford and Mustang Autolite Radiator Cap.  Eaton Style with correct Autolite, RS-12 and 13 lb stamping.  For Dearborn produced cars.
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Wednesday, August 6, 2014

New Parts! Mustang Water Pump Pulley and Mustang Crankshaft Pulley

1965 1966 1967 Mustang 289 Single Groove Water Pump Pulley
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We get a lot of calls about pulleys for engines.  Now two of the most common pulleys are available and in stock.  These water pump and crankshaft pulleys fit 65-67 Mustangs with 289 engines.  They are the standard single groove pulleys.  Both are made like the original and finished in black.  Click on the pictures or links for current pricing.

EG-6451    65-67 Mustang Water Pump Pulley - Single Groove - Black - 289  

EG-6452    65-67 Mustang Crankshaft Pulley - Single Groove - Black - 289
1965 1966 1967 Mustang 289 Single Groove Crankshaft Pulley
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Monday, August 4, 2014

Mustang Instrument Panel Voltage Regulator

Mustang Electronic Solid State Instrument Panel Voltage Regulator
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This isn't a brand new part, but it is one of our most popular.

These electronic Mustang instrument panel voltage regulators feature solid state technology.  They feature factory style "cans", so they appear just like the originals but are more accurate than the original mechanical style regulators.  If several of your gauges do not work, there is a good chance that the original regulator needs replacement.  These units are over voltage (surge) protected and do not generate heat.

Here is the complete list of the regulators that are available:

IN-4991   65-66 Mustang Electronic Style Instrument Panel Voltage Regulator

IN-4992   67-68 Mustang Electronic Style Instrument Panel Voltage Regulator

IN-4993   69-70 Mustang Electronic Style Instrument Panel Voltage Regulator



Mustang Electronic Solid State Instrument Panel Voltage Regulator
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Friday, August 1, 2014

Just the Details...1966 Shelby Mustang GT350 Restoration 6S033

1966 Shelby GT350 Mustang Restoration
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It's been a while since we have posted about our 1966 Carryover GT350 Shelby (SFM6S033) restoration. Other projects have been in the way, but Jeremy at Maple Hill Restoration has been back on it over the past few weeks.  The recent concentration has been with the outside body and fitment of all panels.  Our last post showed pictures of the basically finished underside.

A "paint job" is much more than the final color paint.  A high end result requires hours of preparation...non-exciting stuff that you sort of can't see, but it makes that final actual "paint job" look really nice.  In these pictures you will see that Jeremy has applied a primer.  The black color on the body that is shown in the lower pictures is used as a "guide" in order for Jeremy to determine the low and high spots and keep the sanding "in line".  Speaking of sanding, various grits of sandpaper are used as the body and panels are worked and worked until everything is completely straight!  Lots of work, but we can't wait to see the final results.

This is number 33 of the 252 Carryover GT350s built in 1966.  For more information about these unique Shelbys, visit www.CarryoverGT350.com .

1966 Shelby GT350 Mustang Restoration
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1966 Shelby GT350 Mustang Restoration
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1966 Shelby GT350 Mustang Restoration
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1966 Shelby GT350 Mustang Restoration
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1966 Shelby GT350 Mustang Restoration
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