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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Group 24 Autolite Battery

Group 24 Autolite Battery
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Autolite Batteries
Very Limited Stock


New Group 24 Autolite Batteries are now in stock. 

Real AGM Batteries

These are brand new batteries. These are not the previous version of the small battery inside of a case.

If you would like one, please order very soon as stock is very limited.

Click here to order







Wednesday, May 8, 2019

289 High Performance Mustang Book - Available Again!

289 High Performance Mustang Book
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Available Again!!

We have The 289 High Performance Mustang books by Tony Gregory back in stock. This is the most current 4th edition. They had been out of print for a few years, so if you missed out, now you can get one.

Order part number LT50 by clicking here.

Here is the description:

New 4th edition now in stock. The 4th edition is the most comprehensive and best yet. It has been digitally remastered from the third edition with larger, clearer, and brighter pictures. 

For any of you who are not familiar with The 289 High Performance Mustang book, it is a very unique publication- actually TWO books in one. The first book is the technical section which details what parts make the 289 HiPo Mustang unique. The second book is The 289 High Performance Mustang Registry which has increased 57% from 947 K-Codes in the 3rd Edition to 1,490 K-Codes in the 4th Edition. Normally, you would have to purchase two books to get the same types of information.

This is a must have book for the K-Code owner or enthusiasts--it explains with text and pictures what makes the K-Code Mustang unique. Many consider it the 'bible' for the K-Code Mustang. This book can save a potential buyer hundreds or even thousands of dollars with it's authentication information. 

There are 182 pages with 102 black & white photos and 28 color photos. There is information pertaining to Engineering Change Levels, Build Sheets, Buck Tags, a five page spreadsheet of all the suspension parts on a K-Code Mustang, a copy of the Ford Warranty-Acknowledgment Form, and lots more! This is the largest assembly of "K" Mustang information ANYWHERE! Remember, the Third Edition is gone forever. Don't miss out on the Fourth Edition including the expanded HiPo registry and the new information!




Saturday, April 20, 2019

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

1966 GT350 Shelby Mustang. SFM6S933.
©Maple Hill Restoration

If you have been following our Blog, you have seen the restoration of 1966 Shelby GT350 SFM6S933 featured for a while now. Here is a link to our last post:


Jeremy at Maple Hill Restoration is doing the restoration, and in typical fashion, it looks absolutely amazing! This car was, of course, restored back to how it originally came with no LeMans stripes, the gorgeous Sapphire Blue paint, and the optional ten spoke wheels.

It was a great car to start with and arrived at Jeremy's shop with most all of its original parts such as the VIN stamped engine, original transmission, rear end, radiator, wheels, etc.

It's pretty much finished now, and, as mentioned, it's absolutely stunning!

It's debut will be at the Shelby American Automobile Club's 44th convention (SAAC-44) this July in Pittsburgh. Be sure to check it out!

1966 GT350 Shelby Mustang. SFM6S933.
©Maple Hill Restoration

1966 GT350 Shelby Mustang. SFM6S933.
©Maple Hill Restoration

1966 GT350 Shelby Mustang. SFM6S933.
©Maple Hill Restoration

1966 GT350 Shelby Mustang. SFM6S933.
©Maple Hill Restoration

1966 GT350 Shelby Mustang. SFM6S933.
©Maple Hill Restoration

1966 GT350 Shelby Mustang. SFM6S933.
©Maple Hill Restoration

1966 GT350 Shelby Mustang. SFM6S933.
©Maple Hill Restoration

1966 GT350 Shelby Mustang. SFM6S933.
©Maple Hill Restoration



Friday, March 22, 2019

FOUND! 1967 Shelby GT350 Barn Find - 1 of 1!

FOUND!  1967 Shelby GT350 Barn Find - 1 of 1!
Image ©Ruben Bonales

Over the past several years, the "Barn Find" concept has taken on a life of its own.  The desire to find a rare car that is completely unknown to the public has reached a fever pitch.  In fact, there are books, shows and magazine articles devoted to the Holy Grail of rare car finds.  And, as the saying goes, "They're still out there!"

FOUND!  1967 Shelby GT350 Barn Find - 1 of 1!
Image ©Ruben Bonales

Well, this dream came true for one of my customers, Ruben Bonales of San Antonio, TX.  Three weeks ago, an extremely close friend (who owns a restoration shop called Big 3 Performance out of Green Bay, WI, and has completed many restorations for Ruben) reached out to share the news that there was a GT350 located in California coming up for sale, and Aaron asked if Ruben would be interested.  Skeptical, but unwilling to pass up an opportunity, Ruben followed up with Aaron to gather more information.

FOUND!  1967 Shelby GT350 Barn Find - 1 of 1!
Image ©Ruben Bonales
Over the subsequent weeks, Aaron helped Ruben secure photographs and some background on the car:  a 1967 Shelby GT350.  As the information started to come in, Ruben reached out to the SAAC Registrar, Dave Mathews, to find out more about the car.  As it turns out, there was no documented owner history for the car, other than it being shipped to Mel Burns Ford in Long Beach, CA circa 1967.  That's it - nothing else was known about the car or if it still existed.  However, Dave Mathews was able to confirm some extremely important information about this Shelby and how it was originally spec'd:  Red, Automatic, A/C, Magstars and Thermactor... 1 of 1.  

Not long after receiving this information, and before Ruben could get out to inspect the car, the potential sale started to go south.  The prior owner had passed away last June 2018, and there was some challenge as to who had the rights to sell the car.  In the end, Ruben was able to contact the executor of the previous owner's estate, and Ruben setup to come inspect the car.

FOUND!  1967 Shelby GT350 Barn Find - 1 of 1!
Image ©Ruben Bonales

While inspecting the car, it became clear to Ruben that this was an incredibly original (and dirty) car that had received one repaint to black not long after it was originally purchased.  However, the car was incredibly original.  It had its original engine, transmission, interior, Magstars, rearend, thermactor...you name it.  Ruben also spoke with family members during the inspection, and he learned that this had been a one family owned car since new, and that the car had only 10,454 original miles!  

FOUND!  1967 Shelby GT350 Barn Find - 1 of 1!
Image ©Ruben Bonales

The original owner, Daniel Mejia, purchased the car after separating from the Air Force.  Then, in 1972, Daniel found himself going through a bitter divorce and sold the car to his cousin, Robert Mejia for $900.  The goal was for Robert to hold on to the car until Daniel could get back on his feet.  However, Robert fell in love with the car and kept it until the day he died.  Robert drove the car very little after he purchased it in 1972, and soon parked it in his garage.  Shortly before he passed, Robert pushed the car out of his garage under a mobile covering and placed a car cover on top. 

FOUND!  1967 Shelby GT350 Barn Find - 1 of 1!
Image ©Ruben Bonales

There is much more to the story - both of the car and how it was found.  But, for now, please enjoy these photos showing the condition the car was in when Ruben inspected and purchased the car, as well as photos taken when the car was delivered to Ruben's house in San Antonio on March 21, 2019.

Side note:  Ruben will be displaying this car at the MCA National Event in Houston (many thanks to both the MCA and the Northside Mustang Club for fitting him in on EXTREMELY short notice) from March 29th to the 31st.  If you're in the area, please come by to see the car, as well as introduce yourself to Ruben.  He'd love to meet you and share more stories about #2666!

FOUND!  1967 Shelby GT350 Barn Find - 1 of 1!
Image ©Ruben Bonales



Sunday, March 10, 2019

Customer Car Feature - 1965 GT350 Shelby - Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance Winner!


SFM5S281 - 1965 GT350 Mustang Shelby

Congratulations to our good friend and customer, Paul Fix from Fix Motorsports on his First Place win in the Sports GT Class at The Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance this weekend.

It's always great to work with Paul during the restoration of his Shelbys.

There are many parts from Virginia Classic Mustang Inc on this 1965 GT350 - SFM5S281!

Photo credits: Paul Fix

1st Place Blue Ribbon

Paul with Peter Brock

Paul with our good friend, Chuck Cantwell.



Thursday, February 28, 2019

New Wheel for 6 Cylinder 4 Lug Mustangs


New wheel for 6 Cylinder 4 Lug Mustangs
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New wheel for 6 Cylinder 4 Lug Mustangs
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We now have a great wheel for owners with the 6 cylinder equipped 4 lug Mustangs.

This wheel is like the styled steel wheel that was original equipped on many 1968 and 1969 Mustangs. Of course, it will fit and look great on all 65-73 (4 lug) models.

It features an all chrome finish, and it's made in the U.S.A.!!! 14 x 6 size, which works great on the Mustangs (or other Fords).

Use our plain or GT center hubcaps with this beautiful wheel.

To read more or order, just click here.


Saturday, February 23, 2019

1966 GT350H Shelby Hertz


1966 Shelby GT350H Hertz. One of 85 factory equipped with a 4 speed transmission. Photo credit: Marcus Anghel of Anghel Restorations.

Way back in the early 1980s, I owned this 1966 GT350H Shelby Hertz car...number SFM6S584. It's one of 85 factory equipped 4 speed Hertz Shelbys. We restored it, and it appeared on the 1985-86 Virginia Mustang Catalog. It was sold shortly after that.

The car passed through quite a few hands over the years, and I would get emails once in a while asking for information on the car.

A few years ago, the current owner brought it to Anghel Restorations in Scottsdale, AZ for a complete restoration. I was asked to be a consultant on the project, and, of course, lots of parts for the restoration came from here at Virginia Classic Mustang.

The restoration is now complete, and it turned out fabulous. 

Thank you to Marcus at Anghel Restorations for sharing the images that you see here. He did a great job on the restoration, and I know that the owner is super happy to take delivery of the car!

1966 Shelby GT350H Hertz. One of 85 factory equipped with a 4 speed transmission. 
1966 Shelby GT350H Hertz. One of 85 factory equipped with a 4 speed transmission. Photo credit: Marcus Anghel of Anghel Restorations.

1966 Shelby GT350H Hertz. One of 85 factory equipped with a 4 speed transmission. Photo credit: Marcus Anghel of Anghel Restorations.

1966 Shelby GT350H Hertz. One of 85 factory equipped with a 4 speed transmission. Photo credit: Marcus Anghel of Anghel Restorations.

1966 Shelby GT350H Hertz. One of 85 factory equipped with a 4 speed transmission. Photo credit: Marcus Anghel of Anghel Restorations.

1966 Shelby GT350H Hertz. One of 85 factory equipped with a 4 speed transmission. Photo credit: Marcus Anghel of Anghel Restorations.

1966 Shelby GT350H Hertz. One of 85 factory equipped with a 4 speed transmission. Photo credit: Marcus Anghel of Anghel Restorations.

1966 Shelby GT350H Hertz. One of 85 factory equipped with a 4 speed transmission. Photo credit: Marcus Anghel of Anghel Restorations.

1966 Shelby GT350H Hertz. One of 85 factory equipped with a 4 speed transmission. Photo credit: Marcus Anghel of Anghel Restorations.