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Saturday, December 7, 2019

Mustang Monthly Magazine

December 1986 Mustang Monthly Magazine

In today's environment, it really was not unexpected to hear the announcement that Mustang Monthly will no longer be offered as a print magazine along with 19 of 22 other automotive titles from TEN Publishing.

That said and being involved in this hobby for over 40 years, it was kind of sad for us to hear the formal announcement. 

Virginia Classic Mustang was one of the first advertisers in Mustang Monthly, even before it was called that. I believe when Larry Dobbs started the publication, it was named The Mustang Exchange Letter. Lots of changes happened with the magazine, particularly when bigger publishing companies became the owner of the title.

We have been so fortunate to "grow up" with this hobby. We have made lots of friends who share our passion for these great cars. Just from our involvement with Mustang Monthly, we can call Donald Farr, Jim Smart, Mark Houlahan, and others friends. If you are new to the hobby, you may not recognize these names, but if you are an "old timer," you most certainly will.

We've posted a few pictures here of the issues that my early '65 Mustang HiPo Convertible was featured in. The first was by Jim Smart way back in 1986. After its second restoration, it was featured again in 2012 by Donald Farr. I believe my '65 GT350 was featured by Jim in an issue many years ago also.

I still have both cars!

Virginia Classic Mustang continues to be more about a hobby and passion than a business. That's why we continue to have great (and repeat) customers like yourself!



December 1986 Mustang Monthly Magazine

February 2012 Mustang Monthly Magazine
February 2012 Mustang Monthly Magazine

February 2012 Mustang Monthly Magazine




Wednesday, November 27, 2019

The Cobra Experience 2020 Calendar


Consider supporting The Cobra Experience by purchasing their fantastic 2020 calendar.

The Cobra Experience is a non-profit museum committed to the promotion, conservation, education, and preservation of the cars produced by Shelby American.

Here is the link:  https://www.cobraexperience.org/2020-calendar-sale.html

The calendar contains lots of pictures of cool cars like this one of our very own 5S162!






Sunday, November 24, 2019

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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Mustang and Shelby 289 High Performance HiPo Clutch Equalizer Bar

65-66 HiPo Clutch Equalizer Bar
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A very common part needing replacement on 1965 and 1966 Mustangs and GT350's with the 289 High Performance engines is the clutch equalizer bar.  Sometimes this part is referred to as the "z bar".  At any rate, originals are often bent, twisted, reinforced, repaired, and modified over the years.  It is even interesting to note in the Shelby American Automobile Club's Registry that there are many notes of these bars having been replaced on '65 and '66 GT350 Shelbys when they had just a few thousand miles.

Obviously, it is nearly impossible to find a good original.  Even if you do find one that looks good, there is a very good chance that it is twisted.

We now have exact reproductions of these equalizer bars in stock. 

This is a  Virginia Classic Mustang exclusive part and not like any of the others on the market. These also unpainted like the originals.

We have used them on our own cars, and they work fantastic.



Tuesday, November 5, 2019

MCA National Show - National Capital Region Mustang Show

Early morning road trip!
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We jumped in our 1966 GT350 the other month and took a road trip to the Mustang Club of America National Show that was hosted by the National Capital Region Mustang Club in Fredericksburg, VA.

We have been involved with the National Capital Region Mustang Club since its formation and were happy to be a sponsor of the show.

The weather was beautiful for the cars parked outside, and the venue was fantastic for an indoor show.

An appearance was made by the original '68 Bullitt Movie Mustang which will be sold at the Mecum Auction in Kissimmee, FL in January.

Enjoy the pictures!

National Capital Region Mustang Club hosted the event.
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The Fredericksburg Expo Center was a very nice venue.
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Seen in the lobby of the Expo Center
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Cool cars in the parking lot
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Our ride to the show!
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Cool '65 Mustang Convertible
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Rotary Club Annual Raffle Mustang
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Our friend driving in in his '66 GT350
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Lots of nice cars in the outside parking area
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Lots of nice cars in the outside parking area
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Really sharp looking '69 Mustang convertible
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The famous "Bullitt" Mustang
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Beautiful '68 Mustang Fastback
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Poppy Red!!
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Poppy Red K Code Fastback
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American Torq-Thrust Wheels are timeless!
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1966 Carryover GT350 Shelby
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1966 Carryover GT350 Shelby
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1965 Mustang Convertible
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Gorgeous '66 HiPo GT Fastback
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1970 Boss 302
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1970 Boss 302
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1965 GT350
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1966 Mustang Convertible
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1970 Mach 1
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1965 GT350
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Nice '69 Mustang Convertible
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1971 Boss 351
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1968 California Special
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Nice '65 Mustang Fastback
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1964 1/2 Pace Car
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Virginia Classic Mustang Sponsor of the show
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Another cool Shelby
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Cool aftermarket Mustang hood ornament
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Pink!
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