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Friday, February 27, 2009

1968 Mustang Heater Bezel



Here is another nice, new part that just arrived. It is the 1968 Chrome Heater Bezel. This is the complete assembly and includes the heater blower switch and the knobs. It features the black camera case finish. This is used on cars without air conditioning.




Wednesday, February 25, 2009

67-69 Mustang Tie Rod End Dust Boot



Here is another new part that we always get calls for. It is the Tie Rod End Dust Boot/Seal with the metal ring. This one is for the 1967-69 models. It is a very nice reproduction made from the original Ford blueprints.




Monday, February 23, 2009

69-70 Mustang Polished Stainless Steel Step Plates


Step plates, sill plates, or whatever you want to call them-they often need replacing if you have the originals on your Mustang. We have the Ford Tooling ones like the originals, the reproductions for the budget-minded buyer, and polished stainless steel ones.

The polished stainless steel step plates for the 69-70 Mustang are brand new items that are now in stock. These step plates are more durable than the original, softer aluminum plates, and the polished stainless steel has a "chrome-like" look.



Friday, February 20, 2009

65-67 Mustang RH Bottom Seat Frame



It is getting harder and harder to find nice seat frames. We have had the LH 65-67 Mustang Bottom Seat Frame for a while. Now we have the RH Passenger's side one in stock.




Wednesday, February 18, 2009

65-67 Mustang Fuel Sending Unit with 5/16" Inlet



We have been selling Classic Mustang parts for over 25 years now. During that time, there has never been a Gas Tank/Fuel Sending Unit available with a 5/16 inch inlet. All of the 65-early 67 Mustang originally had a 5/16 inch fuel line. The service replacement part from Ford has had a 3/8 inch inlet tube for over 30 years. It was not really a big deal, because a 5/16 inch hose could be made to work.

It is just nice that the correct one is now available. Not only does it have the correct inlet tube size, it is stainless steel construction along with the original style brass float. All units are tested by the manufacturer before being shipped.



We also have cheaper "standard" sending units. Give us a call or check our web site.


Monday, February 16, 2009

Customer Car-1966 Mustang Convertible





We want to thank Mac Osborne for sending us some pictures of his 1966 Mustang Convertible, along with one of his son enjoying the ride. Mac's car is the same color, Ivy Green, as the convertible on the cover of our 2009 Catalog. Mac told us that his car has always been a Virginia car and was originally sold in Fredericksburg. It was restored in the mid '70's and sold to an old customer of ours back in 1981. Our customer kept the convertible in a heated garage for over 20 years and sold it to a dentist in 2003. That dentist happened to mention the car to Mac at one of his dental appointments just last year. It turns out that Mac's dentist just did not use the car much and decided to sell it.

After the sale, the long time previous owner contacted Mac with more information about the car along with lots of old Virginia Classic Mustang Catalogs. We look forward to helping Mac maintain his Mustang by supplying parts and advice.


Friday, February 13, 2009

1967 and 1968-69 Mustang Tilt Steering Wheel Turn Signal Switches

1967 w/tilt-turn signal switch
68-69 w/tilt-turn signal switch


They are back! We have the 1967 and 1968-69 Tilt Turn Signal Switches in stock again! More good news...they are still being made by Ford's original supplier.

IN469 67 Mustang Turn Signal Switch-use with Tilt Wheel

IN471 68-69 Mustang Turn Signal Switch-use with Tilt Wheel


Wednesday, February 11, 2009

65-66 Mustang Speedometer Cables





All of our new 65-66 Mustang Speedometer Cables now have the correct foam rubber seal where the cable passes through the firewall/transmission tunnel area. Even the NOS Ford Speedometer Cables that you may find (and pay way too much for) do not have this seal.

We have two different versions:




Monday, February 9, 2009

Customer Car-1970 Mustang with 427 SOHC Engine

We want to thank Martin Euler from Euler Restoration for sending in images of a very interesting project that he is working on for one of our customers. It started as a 1970 Mustang Sportsroof that obviously has been modified. One of the most interesting modifications, as you can see, is the choice of engines. Yes, that is a 427 SOHC engine-otherwise known as a "cammer." Enjoy the pictures.



Friday, February 6, 2009

71-73 Mustang Lower Radiator Mounting Brackets



Here is another new part that just arrived. These are the Lower Radiator Mounting Brackets for the 1971-73 model Mustangs. The originals are usually rusty. These are exact reproductions that are zinc plated to prevent rusting.




Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Genuine Ford 65-66 Mustang RH Parking Light Body



We recently obtained some Genuine Ford Parking Light Bodies for the 65-66 Mustang. We only have the RH passenger side on this particular item.




Please note that we still have the reproduction parts also-both RH and LH:






Monday, February 2, 2009

65-70 Speedometer Cable Retaining Clip



This is a little, but nice detail part that we now have in stock. It is the Mustang Speedometer Cable Retaining Clip. This is the clip that fits on the transmission crossmember brace. These clips used a little "butterfly" retainer to hold them in the hole. Due to this fact, they are often unusable once they are removed.