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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

1965 289 High Performance Mustang Convertible Restoration Project

We just posted some photos on Friday of the engine that goes in our 1965 Mustang Convertible K Code Project.  On Saturday, we installed the engine and transmission with some help from some "Shelby Buddies" that were visiting.  Thanks, guys!

Check out the photos.

289 HiPo with accessories removed and ready to install in the Mustang Convertible.  Image ©Dave Redman


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Blankets in place so we don't scratch anything!!  Image ©Dave Redman
 
1965 Mustang K Code Convertible  Image ©Dave Redman
289 HiPo Engine ready to go in place.  Image ©Virginia Classic Mustang Inc
289 HiPo Engine ready to go in place.  Image ©Virginia Classic Mustang Inc
Transmission is also ready to go in.  Image©Dave Redman

289 HiPo in place in the Mustang.  Image ©Virginia Classic Mustang Inc


289 HiPo in place in the Mustang. Image ©Virginia Classic Mustang Inc



289 HiPo in place in the Mustang. Image ©Virginia Classic Mustang Inc



289 HiPo in place in the Mustang. Image ©Virginia Classic Mustang Inc


Dave tightens the bolts on the transmission.  Image ©Virginia Classic Mustang Inc.

Blankets removed-no scratches!  Image ©Virginia Classic Mustang Inc.

Jeremy installs the 4 Speed Shifter Lever.  Image ©Virginia Classic Mustang Inc.

Transmission is in too!  Image ©Virginia Classic Mustang Inc.

Here is a shot of the Cobra Aluminum Oil Pan.  Image ©Virginia Classic Mustang Inc.

  
We had to put the valve covers and air cleaner back on!  Image ©Dave Redman

The drivetrain is in!  Image ©Dave Redman

The drivetrain is in!  Image ©Dave Redman



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