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Friday, October 24, 2008

69-70 Firewall to Steering Column Seal


Here is another one of those neat little parts that you may have overlooked and don't even know that it is available. It's the rubber steering column seal that you see at the firewall in the engine compartment on 1969 and 1970 model Mustangs.


This part is not a simple die cut piece like the ones for the 1965-66 and 1967-68 Mustangs that we also offer. This seal is actually molded in rubber like the original. The original blue prints from Ford were used to make this seal exactly like the original. It is easily visible from the engine compartment area and almost always needs replacing. Just another nice little detail for your restoration.




Wednesday, October 22, 2008

69-70 Mustang Tail Light Panel Brace

Front View
Back View


Here is another new part that just arrived. This is the brace that welds to the center of the back of the tail light panel in the trunk. It is the part that the gas filler neck passes through. We have had them for 65-66 Mustangs (SM990 for Coupes and Fastbacks/SM991 for Convertibles) and 67-68 models. The new part is for 69-70 Mustangs and is part number SM9981.


Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Mustang Transmission Crossmember Support Braces

1965-66 Mustang Transmission Crossmember




1967-68 Transmission Crossmember



We get lots of calls for the transmission support braces (crossmember) for Mustangs. Well, they are finally available and in stock. The 65-66 model is part number EG2334 and features the parking brake bracket like the original. The 67-68 model is part number EG2335.

Friday, October 17, 2008

John Murphy's 1965 Mustang GT Fastback



You just have to check out the November 2008 issue of Mustang Monthly Magazine. Our friend, Jim Smart has put together another great article. This time the car featured is John Murphy's fantastic '65 Mustang GT "K Code" Fastback. John's Fastback is one of the nicest 289 High Performance Mustangs anywhere!


To read more about John's really cool car and see lots more photos, please see our previous blog entries about this 289 HiPo Mustang:





Wednesday, October 15, 2008

65-67 289 High Performance Harmonic Balancer




Here is a cool item that just arrived. It is a very, very nice reproduction of the 65-67 289 Hi-Po Harmonic Balancer. Original ones are getting more difficult to find, so we are glad to see this on the market. It is just like the original except for the C50E part number and FoMoCo Logo, and you can't see these anyway once the crank pulley is on the engine.
We have a limited quantity in stock now. Order part number EG6911.


Monday, October 13, 2008

Customer Car Feature-1966 Mustang Coupe




We want to thank Jimmy Stephens from Tennessee for sending us pictures and information about his nice Candy Apple Red 1966 Mustang Coupe.

Jimmy purchased this car just two months ago. It was last painted in 1998 and also has a restored interior. It was originally built in San Jose, CA in November of 1965. During the mid '90's the body and paint work was done along with the engine and transmission rebuild by an owner in Michigan. The last owners had the car for the last seven years performing minor improvements. The car has been used for car shows and cruise in's for the last seven years. It was the last owner's engagement present!

Some of the improvements include power steering and a "Daily Driver" Air Conditioning system along with chrome accessories in the engine compartment.

Jimmy sold his '06 Honda Civic and plans to use this '66 Mustang as his everyday, daily driver.

If you would like to see your Mustang featured on our Blog; please click here, and we will tell you how!




Friday, October 10, 2008

65-66 Mustang Instrument Bezel with Woodgrain


If you have a '65 or '66 Mustang with the Deluxe "Pony" Interior, you should have an instrument bezel and glove box door with the woodgrain insert.

You are probably looking at the picture and saying "These Instrument Bezels have been available for years!" Well, these are a bit different. This bezel features Metal Woodgrain Inserts like our Glove Box Doors. With these Metal Inserts, you do not have to worry about the vinyl decal material peeling or shrinking like on the cheaper ones (we still have these also -IN4.)



Wednesday, October 8, 2008

1972 and 1973 Mustang Colorized Wiring Diagrams on CD



Now we have all the year model Colorized Wiring Diagrams on CD. These CD's are absolutely terrific resources for restoring and repairing your Mustang. They are also a great compliment to our Ford Master Parts Manual DVD and Shop Manual CD's.

Here is a list of all of the Mustang Wiring Diagram CD's that are currently available:
1965 Mustang
1966 Mustang
1967 Mustang
1968 Mustang
1969 Mustang
1970 Mustang



Here is the description for the new 1973 Mustang CD:

The 1973 Colorized Mustang Wiring and Vacuum Diagrams CD-ROM contains a complete and comprehensive collection of wiring diagrams, schematics, and electrical illustrations. And, to make tracing wires easier, each wiring diagrams and schematics has been painstakingly colorized! Each diagram and illustration is from an original Ford Motor Company publication and are the same manuals used by Ford technicians to troubleshoot electrical repairs. Written in an easy to understand format, this manual contains step-by-step instructions designed for the novice and the expert. In addition, this CD-ROM contains one of the original Ford training manuals, "How to Read Wiring Diagrams", to help those unfamiliar with how to read diagrams from the 1960's.This CD-ROM was compiled using several original Ford Motor Company publications to provide a more comprehensive collection.

Features:

- Colorized wiring diagrams

- 571 total pages

- Adobe Reader format

- Printable pages

- Includes the entire Vol. III Electrical section of the shop manual

- Includes 30-Minute Ford Training Video, "How to Read Wiring Diagrams"


Monday, October 6, 2008

Control Valve to Cylinder Power Steering Hoses


We have not had these short power steering hoses for a while for your Mustang. These are the correct ones with the different bends on each hose like the original. The ones that we have had-SU830-are a replacement style with both hose being identical. They will work, but these correct ones work much better.


Order part number SU831. They are in stock now!


Friday, October 3, 2008

68-72 302 and 351W Valve Covers





These are not new, but they are super nice parts. These are exact reproductions of the original 68-72 Mustang and Ford 302, 351W Valve Covers. They will also fit and look great on any 260, 289, 302, or 351W Ford Engine. Stamped with "Power by Ford" just like the originals. They also feature the correct baffles on the underside.





Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Ford Tooling Taillight Panel






We carry many Ford Tooling Mustang parts. These are parts made in the original Ford Tooling. Some are even made by the manufacturer that supplied Ford with the particular part. Our Ford Tooling sheet metal parts are some of these parts. Today, we will look at the 65-66 Taillight Panel. We, of course, also have the imported reproduction. It is cheaper and a fairly nice part. The Ford Tooling part is just nicer. There are subtle details in the stamping of this part that makes it much more like the original panel that was in your Mustang when it was built in the sixties.

It is really difficult to see these differences in pictures, but we have posted some here anyway. If you have any questions, just give us a call at 540-896-2695.

We, of course, have other Ford Tooling sheet metal parts such as Fenders, Stone Deflectors, Front Valances and Hoods.