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Friday, November 30, 2012

Just the Details...1965 Mustang Convertible Restoration


The body and all parts are now painted on this '65 Mustang Convertible.
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Hopefully you have been following along with the restoration of the 1965 Mustang Convertible at Maple Hill Restoration.  The response from our Blog readers on this project has been great, so we can't wait to post more pictures as this beautiful Mustang goes back together.  Oh, by the way, the color is Twilight Turquoise.

Enjoy the pictures!

Jeremy duplicated the factory paint line on this January '65 Dearborn produced Mustang.
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Black out on the Mustang rocker panel has been duplicated as original.
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Black out on the Mustang bottom quarter lip has been duplicated as original.
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Factory markings as originally found where reapplied to the radiator support area on the Mustang.
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Factory markings as originally found where reapplied on the Mustang.
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The paint finish on this Mustang is absolutely amazing.
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The Mustang's rear wheel house sealer/sound deadening was also duplicated like the original.
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Jeremy even duplicated the factory primer/sealer here on the inside which will never be seen.
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More parts will be added to this Mustang soon!
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Mustang door jamb area.
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Gas tank has been installed in the beautifully painted trunk.
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The level of detail is amazing.  Here you can see how Jeremy duplicated the original grey primer/sealer on the back trunk brace of the Mustang.
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More detail on the Mustang from underneath.
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More detail on the Mustang from the engine compartment area.
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More detail on the Mustang from the LH frame rail area.
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All factory sealer was also carefully duplicated.
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