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Aug 31, 2011

2011 MCA Grand National Mustang Show

The MCA Grand National Show will be held this weekend, Sept. 2-4, 2011 at Regency Furniture Stadium in Waldorf, MD.  Virginia Classic Mustang is a Gold Sponsor, so we will be there.  Be sure to stop by and say "Hi."

The 2011 Mustang Club of American (MCA) Grand National Show will be held this weekend, September 2-4, 2011 at Regency Furniture Stadium in Waldorf, MD.

Virginia Classic Mustang has always had a great relationship with the National Capital Region Mustang Club, and we are proud to be a Gold Sponsor for the show.  We will have a small vendor spot, so please stop by and visit if you are coming to the show.

We will also be showing our 1965 289 HiPo Mustang Convertible that we have been featuring in this Blog.

For more information about the show, please check out the Mustangs and Monuments web site.  You may also want to check out the National Capital Region Mustang Club web site.

Also don't forget to check out our Blog this weekend and/or early next week for some pictures from the show!  Better yet, just enter your email in the box on the right side of this page to subscribe to our Blog.  Once you enter your email address, you will receive a confirmation email that you must reply to.

Aug 29, 2011

1965 High Performance Mustang Convertible

Here is the 65 Mustang Convertible around 1981 when it was first purchased.  Disassembly  had  already begun.

Here is another shot after more disassembly of the Mustang Convertible.

We have gotten a lot of positive feedback about our posts on our 65 Mustang K Code Convertible Project.

I knew there were some old pictures around here somewhere (remember film?), and I just ran across them the other day.  I quickly scanned in a few to show you what the car looked like when we first purchased it back in around 1980-81.  It was restored then and completed around 1983 or 1984 for its "first" restoration.  All of our recent Blog Posts have, of course, been of the second restoration.  It's hard to believe that we have owned the car for at least 30 years!!

It was complete when purchased and actually looked better than it does in some of these pictures.  We started disassembling it before we took the first pictures!

Here is the progress on the 65 Mustang during the first restoration.  Here the bodywork was completed and the front end and underside had been painted.

Aug 25, 2011

67-68 Mustang Tail Light Lenses

1967 and 1968 Mustang Tail Light Lens with original FoMoCo Script.

This isn't really a new Mustang part, just one that is worth mentioning because it is so nice and has a new lower price!

We have the ER-49 1967 and 1968 Taillight Lenses for only $12.95 each!!  This isn't just any old reproduction part either.  It is made in the Original Ford Tooling with the FoMoCo Script just like the original.

Aug 22, 2011

67-68 Mustang Fastback Interior Quarter Vent Grills

1967-68 Mustang Fastback Interior Quarter Vent Grills.  Part Number IN-6793.
These 1967 and 1968 Mustang Fastback Interior Vent Grills were originally made from pot metal and are almost always pitted.

We now have brand new ones made from ABS Plastic.  Now, before you say you don't want plastic ones, you may want to check these out.  Once installed, these grills look great and will never rust again.  They are beautifully chrome plated with the recessed areas painted black to look like the originals. Cleverly designed to install with small screws from the backside, for simple installation. Sold as a pair with mounting screws included.

Our part number is IN-6793.  It's another great part from Scott Drake Mustang Parts.

Aug 19, 2011

1965 Mustang Coupe-Customer Feature Car

We always enjoy receiving pictures and stories about our customers' Mustangs.  Today we are featuring a 1965 Mustang Coupe.  Here is the story directly from the owner:

1965 Mustang Coupe, 289 V8  automatic with Weiand intake man., Holley Street Avenger 4 barrel, Magnaflow stainless steel exhaust system, Flaming River steering box and stainless steel tilt steering column, Petronix Flamethrower ignition and coil, Chrome wheels, Shelby grille, Tri-bar headlights, LED tail lights , Autosound radio, and various under the hood chrome dress up items.
The car has 69,000 original miles and runs great.
Owner is Dan Broderick, member of Bay Side Mustangs of Annapolis, MD, Maryland Mustangs, Mustang Club of America and Street Survivors of Maryland. Car and owner reside in Columbia, MD. The car goes by the name "Blue Bayou".

Aug 17, 2011

New Mustang Rubber Floor Mats

Mustang Running Horse with White Racing Stripe Rubber Floor Mat Set
When the new Mustang was introduced in 1964, it was obviously an extremely popular car. Many aftermarket manufacturers jump aboard the band wagon with various parts and accessories to personalize your Pony. 

One of the most popular and best looking accessories were the Running Horse Rubber Floor Mat set with the White Racing Stripes. These are really nice and made exactly like the originals with the non-slip backing. Sold as a set of 4 for the front and rear. There is even a trim line on the driver's side mat to trim for a convertible installation. 

These are available in Black or Red.  Our part number is ST-912.

Mustang Running Horse with White Racing Stripe Rubber Floor Mat Set

Aug 15, 2011

69-70 Mustang Glove Box Compartment

1969 and 1970 Mustang Plastic Glove Box Compartment.  Pictured is the one for Mustangs without Air Conditioning.
More New Mustang Parts!

We just got the new plastic glove box compartments for the 1969 and 1970 Mustangs.  They are available in two different versions-one for Mustangs equipped without factory air conditioning and one for Mustangs with factory air conditioning.   

Both are made like the original parts in molded plastic with the provisions for holding the owner's card.

1969 and 1970 Mustang Plastic Glove Box Compartment.  Pictured is the one for Mustangs with Air Conditioning.

Aug 12, 2011

New Mustang T-Shirts

We just got in a bunch of new Mustang T Shirts.  Check them out.

AC-973 "Just Horsin' Around" Stone Blue Mustang T-Shirt.
AC-973 "Just Horsin' Around" Stone Blue Mustang T-Shirt.

AC-974 "Take Me Home Country Roads" Olive Green Mustang T-Shirt.
AC-974 "Take Me Home Country Roads" Olive Green Mustang T-Shirt

AC-975 Stone Blue "Who's The Boss" Mustang T-Shirt.
AC-975 Stone Blue "Who's The Boss" Mustang T-Shirt.

AC-976 Green "Gettin' The Horses Out of The Barn..." Mustang T-Shirt.

AC-976 Green "Gettin' The Horses Out of The Barn..." Mustang T-Shirt.

AC-977 Black Flaming Mustang T-Shirt.
AC-977 Black Flaming Mustang T-Shirt.

AC-978 Orange "This is Horse Country" Mustang T-Shirt.
AC-978 Orange "This is Horse Country" Mustang T-Shirt.

AC-979 Navy Blue Flaming Mustang T-Shirt with Red Mustang Fastback.
AC-979 Navy Blue Flaming Mustang T-Shirt with Red Mustang Fastback.

Aug 11, 2011

68 Mustang Radiator Hoses

1968 Mustang Radiator Hoses with correct wire style clamps stapled on like the originals.  Correct Autolite stamping with part numbers.

We have a large variety of correctly stamped FoMoCo and Autolite Radiator hoses.  Our newest version is for the Upper and Lower radiator hose set for the 68 Mustang equipped with the 289 and 302 engines.  These hoses feature the correct stapled wire style hose clamps already installed.  Our part number is EG-4781.  These hose are made by an original OEM manufacturer to the latest SAE standards.  They feature the correct bends and the correct logos and part numbers.

Aug 8, 2011

70 Mustang Mach 1 - Family Affair

It is always cool to hear stories about some of our customer's cars.  This one is no exception.  Thanks for sharing.

It is a 1970 Mach 1 Mustang, my father (Ray Keen Sr.) purchased it in 1972 for $2,000 with the help of a family member, Kenny Baker. My father drove this car all throughout his high school career at Greenbrier East High School in Lewisburg, WV.  He dated my mother (Kathy S. Keen) in it for 6 years, and they went on their honey moon in it.  In the early 90's my father took the car off the road and it sat under the shed at their house.  When I was 15 I started to partial restore it and got it back on the road and I drove it to high school some (Alleghany High School, Covington, VA) and to prom.  In 2005 I decided to do a full restoration to it.  I had it media blasted and powder coated the undercarriage and engine compartment.  I practically replaced all the sheet metal and replaces all the bolts and screw with new ones and also purchased all brand new chrome.  My uncle Terry Simpson painted the car for me and a good friend of mine Kenny Armentrout did the body work.  Another friend of mine, BJ Fridley installed my headliner for me.  I had lots of help from other friends in tearing it apart and putting it back together : Wesley Arritt, David Arritt, Nick Morgan, Larry Morgan, Wesley Wolfe, Larry Wolfe, Don Graham, Jarrell Burdette, Heath Pence, Denny Pence and Jeffrey Howard.  And finally, 6 years later and approx $30,000 later, in May of 2011 I put it back on the road!  It has a 351 Windsor Engine 4 barrell, with a 4-speed Transmission, hurst shifter...373 rear end.

Aug 5, 2011

Mustang Engine Code Decals

1965 Mustang 289 HiPo Engine Code Decal.  We have several others available for the various engines in the Mustangs.

I guess this post is for the "detail guys and gals" and show Mustangs.  We have many different Engine Code Decals for the various engines in the Mustangs.

We just got some new ones though.  We now have a wide variety of the engine code decals for the 65-66 Mustangs.

So where were these decals originally mounted?  Well, on 1965 Mustangs, they were usually installed on the bottom water pump outlet where the lower hose attaches.  Here is a picture showing that.

1965 Mustang 289 High Performance engine.  Arrow shows location of Engine Code Decal.
On the 1966 models, they are sometimes seen on the coil and the bracket mounted vertically.

Aug 3, 2011

New Boss 302 Book

New Boss 302 Book by Donald Farr.  In stock now!
Donald Farr's original Boss 302 book is a fantastic reference book.  Unfortunately, it went out of print years ago. We were very happy when we found out that he was updating the book and including the new Boss 302 information also.

We just received these new books yesterday.  I think it is just one of those "must have" books for any Mustang Library.  It is our part number LT-171.

Here is the description from the publisher:

Author: Donald Farr Foreward by: Parnelli Jones Format: Hardcover, 160 pages

Of the legendary names in the history of the Ford Mustang, one stands apart: BOSS. Originally created to homologate the new Boss 302 engine and option package for SCCA Trans-Am racing, the Mustang Boss 302 debuted for the 1969 model year and was built in limited numbers for the street through 1970. Designed by the legendary Larry Shinoda, the Boss cars were easily distinguished from their less potent stablemates by their race-bred powerplant, standard front spoiler, and bold graphics.

For the 2012 model year, Ford has at long last revived the most revered of all Mustang models: BOSS. With a new racing counterpart and a modern street version that delivers more than 440 horsepower, the Boss is truly back!

To mark this historic occasion, Mustang historian Donald Farr has written a complete history of the Boss 302, from its late 1960s origins in Ford's boardrooms, through its Trans-Am successes and untimely demise in 1970 up to the conception and development of the spectacular new 2012 Mustang Boss 302. Packed with brilliant photography and first-hand accounts from the people who created the original Boss as well as the team that resurrected FordÆs most iconic Mustang, this is the story every Mustang enthusiast has been waiting to read!
Donald Farr has been on staff at Mustang Monthly Magazine for 30 years. In addition to his magazine work, Donald authored Mustang Boss 302: FordÆs Trans-Am Ponycar and co-wrote How to Restore Your Mustang with Mustang Monthly founder Larry Dobbs. He currently owns the 1966 Mustang GT that his grandfather purchased new.

Rufus Parnell "Parnelli" Jones is an American racing legend. As a driver, he has won races and championships in a wide variety of machinery, including sprint cars, midget cars, stock cars, off-road vehicles, sports cars, Trans-Am cars, and Indy cars. A winner of three Indy 500s (one as a driver, two as a car owner), among his many other career highlights was winning the 1970 Trans-Am Championship in a Mustang Boss 302.

Aug 1, 2011

Cobra Emblem

2 inch diameter round Cobra emblem.
We have received a few questions about the Cobra emblems on the fenders of our 65 Mustang HiPo Convertible.  These emblems were originally installed on the Cobras, and they were included in some of the engine induction kits that were sold through Ford.  Our Mustang has the Cobra Three 2-V Induction Kit, which would have included two of these Cobra emblems.

2 inch diameter round Cobra emblem mounted below 289 High Performance Badge on 1965 Mustang HiPo Convertible.

These emblems are available as our part number ER497.  They are made by a company in the USA that originally made emblems for Ford and Shelby back in the sixties.  They are die cast metal, nicely detail painted and have two pins for mounting on the back side.