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Apr 27, 2012

Just the Details...1965 GT350 Mustang Shelby

1965 GT350 Mustang Shelby.

It's not really a project car, but we are still "tweaking" a '65 GT350 Mustang in Jeremy Turner's Maple Hill Restoration shop.  This Shelby has been restored since 1985.  It was an extremely original car before restoration, and most all of its original parts were retained and re-installed during the restoration.  We first did some detailing before SAAC-36 at VIR this past summer, but we still had/have a list of things that we would like to do.

We got a little carried away with our list and ended up freshening the engine also.  Anyway, Jeremy is now on track to have it finished for SAAC-37 at Watkins Glen in June.

Rear Bumper is ready for installation.
Rear Bumper Bracket has been detailed with the correct zinc plated nuts.

Rear License Plate Light installed on rear bumper.

Close up look at date stamping on the rear license light assembly.  This one is dated 5B for February 1965.

The original 289 HiPo engine was just painted.  Please note that the cast iron intake was installed only for painting.  We will post some pictures of the engine with the Shelby aluminum parts when it is completely assembled.

Shot of 9 inch rear on the Shelby.

C4ZF Fuel Sending Unit.

Clips for fuel sending unit wire on tail light wiring harness.

Gas Line Clip at Gas Tank.

Rear Brake Area and Rear Leaf Spring.

Brake hose and bracket for dual exhaust Mustang.  Studs for muffler hanger remained in place even though the muffler hangers were removed for the installation of the side exiting exhaust on the '65 GT350's.

Shelby American modified and moved the rear frame rail rubber bumper mount and installed this bumper.  This was done due to the installation of the override traction bars.

Markings on the rear leaf springs were duplicated.

Here you can see the routing on the battery cable for the rear mounted battery.

Floor Pan Drain Hole Cover.

Sealer along the floor pan/rocker area.

The original Koni Shocks are dated 3-65 (March 1965).  We repainted them by matching some original paint Koni's from 1965.  They are a orange/red, tomato color.  This image does not really show the true color.

1 comment:

Rod said...

Wow, very nice and great photos! Looking forward to seeing it at SAAC37.
Thanks for sharing the pictures and details.