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Monday, November 30, 2009

Music Video in the Dearborn Assembly Plant

From the music side of things, I believe that this video is sort of known as the first "music video." As Classic Mustang enthusiasts though, we can really get a cool insight into how the original Mustangs were built. While the quality is not great, you can really pick up a lot of cool little details in this video showing the assembly of some 1965 Mustangs. I know that I watched it several times trying to catch those little details.

Check out Martha Reeves and The Vandellas performing "Nowhere to Run."

Pretty cool...




Friday, November 27, 2009

The Complete Book of Shelby Automobiles: Cobras, Mustangs, and Super Snakes

Here is another gift idea for that Mustang or Shelby enthusiast. This is a super nice hardback book. It covers all the Shelby cars from the early days to the new Mustangs. The photography is fantastic, and there are some cool vintage images that have rarely been published. It's not just a picture book though, there is really a lot of good information in this 256 page book.

Order our part number LT612.


Here is the review from the Shelby American Automobile Club:

"When you see a book described on its cover as being “complete,” your eyebrow automatically goes up. This is especially true when that adjective is describing a book on Shelby cars. There are so many examples, permutations and exceptions swirling around in the Cobra/Shelby universe that it’s almost a slam-dunk to imagine that something was overlooked. This is clearly not the case with SAAC member Colin Comer’s latest book. He tells the story and he gets it just right; he doesn’t gloss over the important stuff and it’s not a puff piece or an homage to Carroll Shelby. The glossy pages of this book have a very high quality feel to them. The reproduction of the photos are second to none and the color values are perfect. You will not be disappointed with this book."—The Shelby American, the official publication of SAAC (Shelby American Automobile Club)



Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Collector's Originality Guide Mustang 1964-1/2-1966


With the holidays quickly approaching, a new book is always a great gift idea for your favorite Mustang fan. As the title suggests, this book only covers the popular 1964 1/2-66 model Mustangs. It starts with an introduction showing the basic differences between the years. Date plate information, dates on certain components, options, and many other details are covered. There are tons of nice pictures to go along with the great explanations.

Under each model year, there are sections covering Body and Exterior Trim, Date Plates, Interior, Chassis, Engine Options, Exhaust, Transmissions, Clutches, Rear Axles, Suspension, Heating and Cooling, Electrical, Wheels and Tires, and more. And again, I cannot say enough about the great color photography that goes along with each section.

1965 and 1966 Mustang GT350's (Shelbys) are also covered in the same manner in the last chapter.

I would say this is a "must have" book for any 64 1/2-66 Mustang owner and/or enthusiast.

Here is the "official" description of the book:

Author: Colin Date
Collectors Originality Guide: Mustang 1964 1/2-1966 is the definitive guide to one of the greatest cars in American history: The Ford Mustang. Launched to tremendous acclaim in the mid-1960s, this sporty car was an instant hit with buyers selling tens of thousands of units in its first months of production and launching an iconic Ford nameplate that continues on to this day. Naturally, the Mustang car became an instant classic, and has been a favorite among collectors and restorers for decades.In this paperback reissue of the highly popular hardcover book, author and photographer Colin Date walks through all of the details of the first-generation Mustang's 2 1/2-year production run, providing collectors with everything they need to know to identify, classify, and restore these iconic cars. Filled with gorgeous color photography, this book has been and continues to be a must-have for all Ford Mustang fans.

Format: Softbound
Pages: 128
Length: 8.75 x 11.5625



Monday, November 23, 2009

65-66 Mustang Window Channels at Rear of Front Door



We have gotten quite a few calls for these parts over the years. These are the complete 65-66 Mustang front door (at rear of door) window channel guides. They are the metal channels that are covered with a felt type of material for the glass to ride in.

They are in stock - Part Numbers IN1091L and IN1091R.

If the metal channel in your Mustang is fine, you may only need the material to cover it with. It is often worn out and needs replacement. The material only is still available as Part Number WS88. This material has a really nice adhesive backing and is fairly easy to replace.


Friday, November 20, 2009

69-70 Mustang Front Fender Splash Shields




Our Splash Shields for the Front Fender area on 65-66 and 67-68 Mustangs have always been extremely popular items. We have also had numerous requests for Splash Shields for the 69-70 Mustang models. In 1969 and 1970 Ford went to plastic splash shields rather than using the old metal ones with rubber as found on the 65-68 Mustangs.


We now have these plastic splash shields available for your 69-70 Mustang. They are sold as a set of 4. Order part number SM851.


Wednesday, November 18, 2009

'Tis the Season - Mustang Gift Certificates




The Holiday Season is fast approaching and we just wanted to remind everyone that we do offer gift certificates for your favorite Classic Mustang Fan. They make a quick and easy gift and can be purchased in any amount that you would like!



You can find them at this link GIFT CERTIFICATES or give us a call at 540-896-2695.


Monday, November 16, 2009

Early (and expensive) 1964 1/2 Mustang Convertible


OK - I hesitated before posting this one, but the car is historically significant, and the auction listing is, well, entertaining. I know it will get tons of internet "air play." I decided that I might as well post it here to in case you miss it somewhere else.

If you want to overlook the ridiculous "Buy it Now" price, you may at least enjoy the interesting story and images of the paperwork about this early Mustang. I guess a $5.5 million price on a Mustang is a great way to get some publicity.

Oh, you can click on the pictures or here to go to the EBay Auction and check out the rest of the story.


Friday, November 13, 2009

65-66 Ford and Mustang High Performance Guide

We have been out of this book for quite some time. The printer finally printed them again! This is a reprint of the 39 page book from 1966 officially called "Ford High Performance: A Guide to its Fundamentals and Performance Products Offered by Ford."

Being a big fan of the 65-66 289 High Performance "K Code" Mustangs and the early GT350's, I've always loved this book! There is all sorts of information packed in the 39 pages including basic performance information and tips, camshaft specifications, transmission information and specifications, specifications on the 289 Ford HiPo engine, Cobra Engine Kits (very cool-3 x 2 carb. kits, Webers, Cobra Valve Covers, etc.), 352-390-428 engine information, 427 engine information, other Factory Ford Performance Equipment, and more! WHEW! That's a lot of stuff.

Again, it is a great book! Order Part Number LT921.








Wednesday, November 11, 2009

65-68 Mustang Clutch Ford at Bellhousing-NOS Ford

We now have NOS Ford Clutch Release Levers at Bellhousing (Clutch Fork.) This is Ford part number C5OZ-7515-B. This fork will fit 65-68 model Mustangs built before 2/15/68 with a Small Block V-8.

Our Part Number is BK216.


Monday, November 9, 2009

1966 Mustang Convertible Customer Car Feature

As we have mentioned before, we absolutely love to see and hear about our customers' Mustangs. Thanks to Al Bradley for taking the time to send us these images of this 1966 Mustang Convertible along with a little story!


This Mustang belongs to Lea Bradley in Sacramento, California. Her great uncle, Dave purchased it new in 1966 from Beverly Hills Ford. The car has always been in our family. The restoration began twelve years ago and was completed recently. Everything was there when we began, and it was all original. The floor pans were rusty and had to be replaced. All the sheet metal and glass are original. We painted it the original color (Ivy Green) and kept everything original with one modification -- Lea's mother insisted on the roll bar, since it's a convertible. The car is a real head turner, and everywhere we take it people ask if they can buy it. The car was built in San Jose. It has a standard 289 V8 engine with an automatic transmission, power steering, and power top. The license plates are original too. Most of the replacement parts were purchased from Virginia Classic Mustang Inc.










Friday, November 6, 2009

New Zealand Mustang/Shelby Club Convention Coverage

We helped out with a small donation/sponsorship with the New Zealand Mustang/Shelby Convention, and they sent us this cool video. Crank up the volume and enjoy it!



Everyone here at Virginia Classic Mustang would like to thank Graeme Snell from NZ for sending this great video.

For more information about this Mustang/Shelby Club and the Convention, please check out their website: http://www.nzmustang.com/Conventions/Conv2009/Conv09coverage.htm

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Special Sale on Mustang Assembly Manuals!!!!


We are trying something new today. We know that we have quite a few dedicated readers of our Virginia Classic Mustang Blog. It is time to start receiving a few perks since you are a dedicated reader! From time to time, we will be posting discount coupon codes and/or special sales on our Blog. You will find this information only here on our Blog and eventually an email newsletter.

Please feel free to pass this link on to your Mustang friends, and be sure to enter your email address in the box at the right in order to automatically receive our Blog posts if you have not already done so.

So, what is the first special? How about Mustang Assembly Manuals? Some of us here at Virginia Mustang have been in this business for 30 years, but a day does not go by that we do not refer to one of these valuable manuals. There is just a wealth of information in the assembly manuals including part numbers, running changes, locations of fasteners, etc. They are easily some of our best selling pieces of literature. And now they are 15% off! See below for coupon code.

They are available for many areas including Body, Interior, Electrical, Engine, Weld and Sealant, and Chassis. Keep in mind that not all model years are available for each manual, but there are similar years that can be used. For example, there is no 1966 Weld and Sealant Manual, yet a 64 1/2-65 Weld and Sealant Manual will work just fine for information for your 1966 Mustang.


  • Oh, how do you get the discount?
  • Go to our Website http://www.virginiaclassicmustang.com/
  • Click on Log In and register (if you have not already)
  • Be sure to fill in your Model Year Mustang, Body Style and Interior Color. This information will help us fulfill your orders accurately.
  • When you check out, enter the coupon code 2am9nv to receive your 15% discount. Please note that the Coupon Code box is located on the upper right side of the check out page.
  • Code expires 11/9/09.
  • Entire Minimum total order is $20.00. You must order a combination of at least 2 or more Assembly Manuals to receive the discount. Most customers order them all!





Monday, November 2, 2009

1968 Mustang Coupe-Customer Car

We always love to feature customer cars in the Blog. If you have a Mustang that you would like to see featured here, just click here to let us know. They do not have to even be finished! Send us your finished or "in progress" Mustangs.

The latest feature Mustang is a nice '68 Mustang Coupe sent in by Darren and Michelle Brill. This is an update to our August 2008 feature about this Mustang.

We will let Darren tell you a little bit about it.


Just wanted to send some updated information and photos on our 1968 Mustang coupe. This car has won several trophies since we have been showing it. My wife and I really have enjoyed showing our car. This car was restored by Miller Fabrications, of Wardensville WV. The winter of 2008 we have added a Edlebrock Performer 4v intake and a Holley 4v carb., powder coated hood hinges and powder coated hood latch.


Most parts were bought at Virginia Classic Mustang for this project. You people are great at what you do, keep up the good work. Plans for our car in the future are new carpet, and headers and new dual exhaust.






We want to again thank Darren and Michelle for sending the pictures and information about their Mustang!