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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

1965 Mustang 289 HiPo Convertible Update

We are still working on the 65 K Code / 289 High Performance Mustang Convertible project.  We hope you have been following along with the progress here on the Blog.  You can click here for previous posts.

In today's post, we've got a new "twist."  We just got a new little Flip Video Camera to shoot some videos that you may see in the future here on our Blog.  Don't expect great editing or cinematography though!!!  We wanted something easy and simple.  The Flip Share software that is on the camera is just that...easy and simple.

Here you go.  We hope you enjoy it!



2 comments:

James Bondo said...

That looks amazing! I've seen the pics and now the video. Question... How did they lay down the seam sealer? Looks like a spray on vs caulking gun.

Virginia Classic Mustang said...

The seam sealer that you are referring to (in trunk and wheelhouses) is a sprayable seam sealer that is sprayed from a special gun. The other seam sealer in the front cowl area is a flowable type of seal sealer.
In both cases, we matched the texture and method that were originally in these particular areas of this Mustang.