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Friday, January 11, 2019

Just the Details...1966 Shelby Mustang GT350 Restoration 6S933

The steering wheel is installed and most of the dash is together on this 1966 Shelby.
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Today we have more pictures of the restoration of 1966 Shelby GT350 number 6S933.

After all of this hard work, it's fun to see a car like this coming back together. It will be rolling soon as the suspension is installed. The engine is painted and will be receiving its bolt on, Shelby unique pieces really soon. The original, 12 65 G2 dated radiator is restored and refinished and ready to go back in too!

Check out the pictures, and be sure to read the caption under each picture for more information.

If you missed the last post, catch up by clicking this link:

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The rear end and rear suspension is now installed on this 1966 Shelby.
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6S933 originally was equipped with Koni shocks and the rear axle limiting cables.
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The trunk area looks fabulous. We always get this question, but the trunk board is only used on the LH side.
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The trunk area looks fabulous. We always get this question, but the trunk board is only used on the LH side.
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The instrument bezel is installed.
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The original 289 High Performance engine receives its correct blue paint.
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The original G2  12 65 dated radiator is prepared for paint.
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The original G2  12 65 dated radiator is painted.
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The control arms for the Shelby are ready to go!
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The original G2  12 65 dated radiator is painted. Note that by 12 65, the radiators received the separate tag designating the "type"...in this case the G2 for the 66 4 Spd Shelby with a 289 HiPo.
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Thursday, December 20, 2018

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Virginia Classic Mustang!

Merry Christmas!
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I love this, so I've been posting it for the past several years.  I found it somewhere on the Internet and tweaked it a bit. I don't know the author (sorry), but it is pretty cool!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Virginia Classic Mustang!



'Twas the night before Christmas and in the garage,


There wasn't a trace of a Chevy or a Dodge.

The presents were wrapped and the lights were all lit,

So I figured I'd mess with the ‘Stang for a bit.

I popped out the hood pins and I lifted the hood,

When a deep voice behind me said "looks pretty good."

Well, as you can imagine, I turned mighty quick,

And there, by the workbench, stood good ol’ Saint Nick!

We stood there a bit, not too sure what to say,

Then he said "don't suppose that you'd trade for my sleigh?

I said "no way, Santa" and started to grin,

"But if you've got the time we could go for a spin!"

His round little mouth, all tied up like a bow,

Turned into a smile and he said "hey! Let's go!!"

So as not to disturb all the neighbors' retreat,

We pushed the Mustang quietly into the street,

Then, taking our places to drift down the hill,

I turned on the key and I let the clutch spill.

The sound that erupted took him by surprise,

But he liked it a lot, by the look in his eyes.

With Goodyears a' crying and side pipes aglow,

We headed on out where the hot rodders go.

And Santa's grin widened, approaching his ears,

With every up shift, as I went through the gears.

Then he yelled "can't recall when I've felt so alive!",

So I backed off the gas and said "you wanna drive?"



Ol’ Santa was stunned when I gave him the keys,

When he walked past the headlights he shook at the knees!

Then the HiPo exploded with side exhaust sound!

Santa let out the clutch and the tires shook the ground!


Power shift into second, again into third!

I sat there just watching, at loss for a word,

Then I heard him exclaim as we blasted from sight,




"Merry Christmas to all...........what a great night!!!"


Friday, December 14, 2018

New Part! 65-66 Mustang Windlace Retainer

1965 and 1966 Mustang Windlace Retainer
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We now have 1965 and 1966 Mustang Windlace Retainers. If you aren't familiar with where these little pieces go...take a look. These retainers hold the windlace as it makes the transition from the roof rail lip to the door post lip. There is a "gap" at the end of the dash where there is nothing to attach the windlace to.

These retainers were originally installed on every single Mustang to hold the windlace in this transition area. Lots of times these little retainers are removed and lost.

This new part is exactly like the original and even comes with the proper pan head attaching screw.

Our part number is ST-411 and you can order it by clicking here.
1965 and 1966 Mustang Windlace Retainer
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1965 and 1966 Mustang Windlace Retainer
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Tuesday, November 20, 2018

10% Discount Coupon Code on Mustang Parts!

10% Discount Coupon Code on Mustang Parts
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Everyone has been asking about our annual sale, so we decided to release our Discount Coupon Code a few days early this year!


Use "vcm2018" at checkout for 10% off of your Mustang Parts Order.*

Visit us at www.VirginiaClassicMustang.com


*excluded items include gift certificates, Autolite Batteries, Carpet, Steel Magnum 500 wheels, American Racing wheels, rear spoilers, and non-stock items.

Monday, November 19, 2018

American Racing Torq Thrust D Wheels - In Stock!

American Racing Torq Thrust D Wheel
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No wheel embodies the "feel" of the cars of the 1960s and early 1970s, like the American Racing Torq Thrust D. This timeless classic is available in a 15 x 7 one piece cast design with a 3.75 inch backspace for a very nice fit on any '65-73 Mustang.

We now have a nice quantity in stock and even have ones with black painted spokes with a satin finished machined rim for a really cool look. The traditional gray with the brighter machined rim is also available.

Run them with the included center cap and leave the center cap off for a great look like the early GT350 Shelby race cars.

Click here to see the complete line:


ONLY $99.95 each!!


American Racing Torq Thrust D Wheel
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American Racing Torq Thrust D Wheel
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American Racing Torq Thrust D Wheel
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Monday, November 12, 2018

Just the Details...1966 Shelby Mustang GT350 Restoration 6S933

The '66 Shelby starts getting some of the pretty chrome stuff installed!
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We have some more great images from the restoration of 1966 GT350 Shelby Mustang - number 6S933. This is being restored by Jeremy at Maple Hill Restoration. If you missed the last post with pictures, please click here to see it.

This car was in great condition, but had a color change to white sometime during its life, so it just need to be restored. The original color, Sapphire Blue, has been applied, and this GT350 just looks awesome! It was purchased new at Hi Performance Motors, and the original window sticker is still with the car. It features the optional aluminum ten spoke wheels, 4 speed transmission, and no LeMans stripes...it's quite a striking combination.

In typical fashion, the detail and quality of work of the restoration is really amazing. Check out our latest pictures!

The original Cobra Tach is installed on the dash pad.
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Much of the wiring on this '66 Shelby is now in place.
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Master cylinder and brake lines installed on the Shelby.
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Another shot of the Shelby's wiring and washer reservoir.
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The rear leaf springs have a bit unusual detail in that one features the round paint markings, and the other has "stripes".
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The '66 Shelby nine inch rear end ready to be installed.
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Shelby rear end installed with "blacked out" brake drum.
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The '66 Shelby detail from the rear.
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The '66 Shelby detail from the rear.
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The original rear valance screw detail.
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Jack instruction decal.
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Detail on the rear bumper brackets showing the
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Original FoMoCo lettering on the rear license plate light assembly.
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Rear interior trim pieces being installed.
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The '66 Shelby starts getting some of the pretty chrome stuff installed!
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The '66 Shelby drive shaft detail as replicated from the original.
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The '66 Shelby drive shaft detail as replicated from the original.
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Friday, November 2, 2018

Video from the GT350 Tour

Our last post was "Part 4 of 4" of the GT350 Tour that took place in the Adirondack Region of New York. 

Well, here's part 5 of 4! Kevin from Crown Focus Media created and shared this great video during our stop at Reuben Smith's Tumblehome Boat Shop.

Check it out by clicking here or on the picture!