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Friday, September 28, 2012

Copper Washers for Brake Hoses on Your Mustang

Copper Washer for the Mustang Brake Hoses.
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These are super small and inexpensive, but very important, parts.  These little copper washers fit between your brake hoses and the brake wheel cylinders and disc brake calipers on your Mustang.

They are listed as our part number BK1071 on our Virginia Classic Mustang online store.

We also have a complete line of Mustang brake hoses, hard brake lines (OE steel and stainless steel), brake wheel cylinders, disc brake calipers, brake pads, brake shoes, brake hardware, etc.


Copper Washer shown between brake wheel cylinder and brake hose.
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Monday, September 24, 2012

New Mustang T-Shirt

New Blue Mustang Gas Station T-Shirt.
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We now have a great new T-Shirt design!  This shirt is blue and features a great graphic with four Mustangs parked at a gas station.  There is a Ford Mustang logo with running horse on the front left of the shirt.

Our part number is AC-980.  This new Mustang shirt is available in Medium, Large and Extra Large sizes.

Friday, September 21, 2012

Customer Car - 1967 Mustang GT Coupe with Low, Low Mileage

1967 Mustang GT Coupe with original paint.
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We recently had the opportunity to quickly check out a customer's Mustang when he brought it to our shop.  It is quite a unique Mustang.  It is a 67 Mustang GT Coupe.  That's kind of cool in its own right, but this one is equipped with some neat options: a 4 speed transmission, styled steel wheels, radial tires (yes, radial tires!), comfort weave upholstery (but not deluxe interior), deluxe woodgrain steering wheel, and a 289 4V engine.  Even more unique is the fact that the Mustang was not ordered with a radio and still has the factory "radio delete" bezel.  To top it all off, it only has 12,000 original miles and still sports its original paint and interior!  I found it particularly unusual that this Mustang is equipped with the GT package but has a single exhaust system.  Enjoy the pictures!  Also be sure to check out the captions/comments under each image.

1967 GT Mustang Coupe.  289 4V engine.  The paint on the engine is original.
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Original Autolite Starter Solenoid.  1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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Paint OK stamping on RH front fender.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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This shot shows the paint "break" between the fender apron and cowl.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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The original air cleaner decal is still in place.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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Here is the original "Buck Plate" under the hood.  It is attached to the top of the RH fender apron.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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Here is another Paint OK stamp on the cowl.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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Styled steel wheel with factory Michelin Radial Tire.  I found it unusual that the styled steel wheels are painted black on the little hole pad where the lug nut holes are located.  All five wheels are like this.  Each wheel also has a bolt in metal valve stem, rather than a rubber one.  I'm not sure if either of these things may have been added by the original owner.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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Original Door Data Plate
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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Here is the detail under the driver's side door.  You will note the yellow plug - the Mustang receive Ziebart undercoating treatment when it was new.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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1967 Mustang Deluxe Steering Wheel.  This was a "stand alone" option.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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Comfort Weave seat upholstery.  Seldom does one see this option by itself.  It is usually only with the complete deluxe interior.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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How about this cool "radio delete" bezel in absolutely perfect condition?
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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Here is the original 185R x 14 Michelin Radial spare still mounted on the styled steel wheel.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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The original carpet is in perfect condition.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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The original Ford Owner Card.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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Here is another look at the original spare wheel.  Take a look at the black painted area around the lug nut holes.  Again, I'm not sure if this is factory, or the original owner may have done this.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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Original bill of sale listing the options.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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This picture of the original jack assembly is not great, but I did not want to remove the original spare.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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This Mustang also was equipped with the Exterior Decor Group.  The pop open GT gas cap was included in this  package, since the Mustang also has the GT Package.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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Original FoMoCo Westinghouse Headlight bulb.  This is the version with the molded in logo as opposed to the etched logo.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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The original windlace matches our new windlace.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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Original fog lamp switch mounted under the dash.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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Check out this original cardboard heater plenum in absolutely perfect condition!!
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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Close up shot of the original plaid design, burtex backed trunk mat.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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Close up shot of the grain on the original woodgrain, deluxe steering wheel.  It is in absolutely perfect condition.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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Equipped with the Comfort Weave Seat option, but not the Deluxe interior package.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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Original Build Sheet.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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Original Dealer Name Emblem.
1967 Mustang GT Coupe.
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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Still More Photos from the Monterey Historic Races - 2012

2012 Monterey Historic Races at Laguna Seca.


Our buddy, Dave, who shot the Bonneville and Pebble Beach mages, also went to the Monterey Historic Races at Laguna Seca Raceway.  These are from Saturday, and I think they are the best batch of pictures that Dave has shared.  Enjoy the photos!

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Friday, September 14, 2012

Just the Details...1965 Mustang Convertible Restoration

The body on the 65 Mustang Convertible has been prepared for paint.  Here the car is still taped up after painting the interior floors Twilight Turquoise body color.
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Jeremy Turner at Maple Hill Restoration continues work on his 1965 Mustang Convertible.  This is a cool car as it will be equipped with a 6 cylinder engine, the rare Dagenham 4 Speed transmission, air conditioning and a Rally-Pac.  It will be painted Twilight Turquoise with a white with black appointments interior and a white convertible top.  It will be a beautiful Mustang.

As with all of Jeremy's restorations, the detail on this Mustang is amazing.  Enjoy the pictures showing the beginning of the paint process.

Interior Floor of 65 Mustang Convertible painted body color.
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Bottom of the Mustang floor is prepped for paint.
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Jeremy did a great job duplicating the factory drips on the bottom of the Mustang convertible floor.
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Here is a shot of the Mustang convertible on the rotisserie.
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Here is a shot of the holes that were drilled in the inner rocker and seat riser pan.  These access holes enabled Jeremy to clean out these "inside" areas on the Mustang.  He then primed and painted these areas.
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Strut rod brace.  You will note that the stamped date is not primed, so it is readable and not filled with primer and paint when the painting is completed.
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Here the dash of the Mustang has been painted.  Note that the correct overspray pattern (even though not visible once put together) has been duplicated.
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Check out the great detail behind the Mustang dash.
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Check out the great detail behind the Mustang dash.
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1965 Mustang Convertible on the rotisserie.
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Here the interior color has been applied to the door of the Mustang.
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Interior Rear Quarter Trim pieces on the Mustang have been painted the factory White interior color.
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The hood for the Mustang Convertible is prepped for paint.
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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

64 1/2 Mustang Voltage Regulator Terminal Cover Protector

1964 1/2 Mustang and Ford with generator plastic terminal cover protector for voltage regulator.
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We now have a limited quantity of original 64 1/2 Mustang (and, all Fords with generators, of course) Voltage Regulator Plastic Terminal Protector Covers.  They are our part number EG-5801.

This is a really cool little detail piece and usually very difficult to find.

1964 1/2 Mustang and Ford with generator plastic terminal cover protector for voltage regulator.
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