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Aug 6, 2012

Just the Details...1966 GT350 Shelby Mustang Restoration Project

1966 GT350 Shelby
Today, we have another quick picture post of our current restoration project of our 1966 GT350 Shelby Mustang.  Jeremy at Maple Hill Restoration is continuing to strip and prepare each panel on the car for epoxy primer.  He now has the fenders, one door, trunk lid, quarter extensions, and valances in primer and ready for the body work.

Front Valance ready to strip.

RH Front Mustang Fender ready for epoxy primer (inside view).

RH Front Mustang Fender ready for epoxy primer.

Front valance after glassbeading.

Jeremy at Maple Hill Restoration applies primer to LH front fender.

Front valance after primer.

RH front Mustang fender after primer.


Rod said...

Such a cool project. Thanks for keeping us updated!

James Bondo said...

Amazing work! I've always been impressed with the details. Does the front valance have any production dates stamps? Great blog and always enjoy the updates.

Virginia Classic Mustang Inc said...

Yes, the front and rear valances are date coded like the other sheet metal. The fronts are stamped on one of the top "tabs."