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Monday, March 30, 2009

1973 Rear Bumper Rubber Strip

In 1973, there was an option of rear bumper rubber strips for the Mustang. It was a very popular option. These strips almost always need to be replaced. We have listed them in our catalog, but the manufacturer has not had them available for quite some time. Well, we just received a limited number of them.



Friday, March 27, 2009

69-70 Mustang Front Seat Back Trim Panel




These are really nice! These panels feature the correct grain and off white color (we also have them in black.) Correct metal retainers are on the back side for installation exactly like the originals. The clips to install them are also included. Original back panels almost always are scratched and need replacement.

If you need a color other than black or white, they can be painted.


Oh, forgot to mention, the price has been reduced also! They are cheaper than the price listed in our 2009 print Catalog.


Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Mustang Seat Upholstery Listing Wire Set


If you have ever replaced a set of Mustang seat covers, you probably would have liked to have had a new set of these wires. They are almost always rusted, broken, and/or bent.



In case you are not familiar with what exactly they are, they are the wires that fit in the listing pockets or sleeves that are sewn into the back of the seat upholstery. After these wires are installed in the sleeves, they are pulled down through the seat foam and attached to the seat frame with upholstery hog rings.



This is a great new item and at $14.95 per set, it is not even worth cleaning up your old ones. Right now, we only have them available for 65-66 models with Standard Front Buckets. One set will do both front seats. These are just the curved wires (as pictured) for the "insert" section of the seat. The straight wires on the outside of the seat are not available.





Monday, March 23, 2009

1966 Mustang Rear Parking Brake Cable

More great news! We are now able to offer the exact reproduction 1966 Mustang Rear Emergency Brake Cable at a much better price. It is now only $59.95! This cable is made just like the original and now even includes the BK6 Parking Brake Cable Equalizer. In case you are not familar with the '66 parking brake cable set up, keep in mind that it used a one piece cable that goes to both rear drums. You only need to order one of these cables per car.


Friday, March 20, 2009

New Part-65-66 Mustang Radiator Support Bracket



Here is another neat, new part that just arrived. This is the metal bracket that the adjustable radiator support bumper screws into. It was originally spot welded to the radiator support. This one is for 64 1/2-66 models. These brackets are already attached to the 65-66 Mustang Radiator Supports (SM53 and SM531) that we currently have available.


Wednesday, March 18, 2009

New Part-Mustang Speedometer Cable Clamp

Here is another nice, new detail part that just arrived in stock. It is the Speedometer Cable Clamp at the Transmission for 1969-73 model Mustangs. It is just like the original part and features nice zinc plating.

Monday, March 16, 2009

Customer Car-1971 Mach 1 Mustang









We want to thank Kevin Kelledy for sending some pictures of his cool looking 1971 Mach 1 Mustang. Enjoy the pictures!


Friday, March 13, 2009

Cobra Competition Oil Pan








There were lots of accessories available for Mustangs when they were new back in the sixties.

One of the most popular "Dealer" Accessories that is commonly added today to 1965-66 Mustangs is the Cobra Engine Dress-Up Kit. This kit consists of Cobra valve covers, Chrome Air Cleaner Assembly, Chrome Oil Cap, Chrome Dipstick, Chrome Radiator Cap, and Chrome Master Cylinder Cap (on the drum brake cars.)

One of the accessories originally offered that you do not commonly see is the "Cobra Competition Oil Pan." This pan is also commonly referred to as the "Cobra Roadster Oil Pan," because it was often used on the 289 Cobra.

It is just a neat accessory that we wanted to share here. This oil pan is going to find a home on our early '65 289 High Performance Mustang Convertible.


Wednesday, March 11, 2009

65-67 Metal Retaining Clips for Firewall Mat



Here is a cool detail item that we just got in stock. It is the original style firewall mat retainer for the 1965-67 Mustang. This part is metal just like the original. It also features the dark green original style finish.




Monday, March 9, 2009

HUGE PRICE DROP! Mustang Aluminum Radiators












With better weather finally starting to arrive in some parts of the country, it is time to talk about radiators. We introduced our line of Mustang aluminum radiators almost a year ago. Click here for the original post. These radiators have worked out great!

We have added a few models to the line, but the biggest news is the price. When you talk price, it is usually an increase. Well, we have negotiated with the supplier to obtain a much better price and are passing the savings on to you!

We currently have a good number of all models in stock, but we expect them to go quickly. We will be getting more at this price, but you may want to get one while they are in stock.

Here is the listing:











Friday, March 6, 2009

1965 Mustang Parking Brake Cables


I always hate when something is discontinued; but in this case, it's a good thing. The BK2299 1965 Mustang Rear Parking Brake Cable (replacement style) is no longer available. That's fine though, because it has been replaced by the BK2247 Exact Style Cable.

This emergency brake cable is so much better than the replacement one that it is amazing. This BK2247 Cable features the correct ends, metal covering, rubber pieces, etc. It is just like the original. The other one was just a plastic covered cable that would work.

This correct cable is only $26.95...$2.00 more than the replacement one!!!

Order BK2247. Keep in mind that you will need two of them per car. They are sold each.


Monday, March 2, 2009

1966 Mustang GT Coupe-Customer Car

We always love it when a customer sends in pictures of their car. Today we have a few shots sent in by Jim McGee from Louisiana. Jim has a beautiful 1966 GT Coupe equipped with a 4 Speed Transmission.

Jim wrote us the following note:

Here are a few pics of my 1966 Mustang . All parts came from Virginia Classic Mustang over the last 17 years. The paint is almost 10 years old but still looks great. Thanks for all the help over the years.

Thanks, Jim!

We welcome all of our customers to contact us with information on how to send in information and pictures of your cars! Just click here.