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Monday, August 30, 2010
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
This is not a new part, but it may be a part that you have not noticed that we have. These rubber seals fit at the interior quarter trim panel at the lower pivot rod on the rear flip out quarter window. They are used on a 1969 and 1970 Mustang Sportsroofs (Fastbacks.)
You can order them by clicking here - part number is WS-95.
Monday, August 23, 2010
Our part number is ST-4632.
Friday, August 20, 2010
IN6861 65-66 Fastback Trunk Rear Trim Screw Protector Caps - Set of 5 - Gray
IN6862 65-66 Fastback Trunk Rear Trim Screw Protector Caps - Set of 5 - Clear / White
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
Jeremy at Maple Hill Restoration is continuing to make progress on our HiPo Mustang Convertible project. Here are some of the latest pictures.
The wheel cylinders with the small bleeder screws were sent out for rebuild with brass sleeves.
|Rear Leaf Spring Stamping showing the "5556S" for the High Performance Models. The "204" is the day of the year. This is July 23, 1964. Our Mustang has a scheduled production date of August 10th.|
This picture shows the plastic strap that temporairily held the rear parking brake cable. This strap was later cut off or broken after the cables were in place and installed.
Here is the "restored" version of the rear parking brake cable strap.
Rear valance is now installed with a few end screws on each side painted. On most cars the valance was hung with a few screws, paint was applied, and then the other screws were installed.
The dated master cylinder has been rebuilt and brass sleeved. After getting some ideas from Charles Turner and observing some original master cylinders, Jeremy was able to detail the part out like most originals that we have seen. If you are reading this far into the post, you have probably seen Charles' Blog. If not, please check it out by clicking here!
Here is the wiper motor along with associated parts attached just waiting to be installed under the dash.
Monday, August 16, 2010
Here are a few more pictures from the Southeastern Virginia Mustang Club MCA National Show this past weekend.
|1970 428 Cobra Jet Mach 1|
|1965 Mustang Convertible|
|1964 1/2 with generator and Eaton Power Steering|
|Very nice Boss 429|
|Boss 429 Engine Compartment|
|1966 GT Fastback|
|1966 Engine Compartment - Air Conditioning and Dress Up Kit|
|1969 GT500 Engine Compartment|
|1973 Mustang Optional Wheel|
|Beautiful 1969 GT350 Convertible equipped with 4 Speed and Air conditioning!!|
|1964 1/2 High Performance Convertible|
|Optional 2 x 4V Carb. Set up on 1965 289 High Performance Fastback|
|Partial view of the show field|
|1966 GT Fastback - That's our 1997 Catalog Cover Car now owned by Jeremy Turner from Maple Hill Restoration. It has made several road trips. It was driven to this show also.|
|Cleanging the 1969 Convertible for the show.|
|Lee Iacocca autographed glove box door.|
|1970 Boss 302|
|Pantera Engine Compartment|
|Cool looking Ambulance|
|Love those American Torq Thrust D wheels!|
|1968 California Special all the way from Flagstaff, AZ!|
|I had to take a picture of this-pretty radical.|
|Original Owner 1970 Boss 302|