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Friday, March 15, 2013

Just the Details...1965 Mustang Convertible



Wow!  This '65 Mustang Convertible is starting to really come together.
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Today, we have some more images of the '65 Mustang Convertible that Jeremy at Maple Hill Restoration (www.MapleHillResto.com) has been restoring.  Again, it's a Twilight Turquoise (beautiful color, by the way) convertible with a 200 six cylinder engine, Dagenham 4 speed transmission, Air Conditioning, Console, Rally Pac, and White interior.

As it goes together, it is now over the pit, and we were able to shoot some images of some of the incredible detail.

I'll make one comment about the underside color before anyone asks. :)  The original black finish was duplicated here, and it is a rather glossy black.  We have found this on most Dearborn built Mustangs in the 1964-early 1965 production time (may have been used at other times also).



Nice detail on the six cylinder Mustang idler arm.
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Sealer was duplicated exactly on the inside of the rocker at the floor pan.
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Steering box and surrounding area detail.
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Mustang voltage regulator with radio suppressor in place.
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More Mustang steering box area detail.
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The Mustang convertible top frame is detailed and in place.
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The Mustang convertible top frame is detailed and in place.
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The Mustang convertible top frame is detailed and in place. Here is a shot of the LH front latch assembly.
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The Mustang convertible top frame is detailed and in place.  The tacking strip is on the front header and ready to go!
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The Mustang convertible top frame is detailed and in place.  Here is a shot of the front attachment point on the side convertible top cable.
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The Mustang chrome convertible top brackets are in place so the top frame can be fitted and hooked into place.
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The Mustang convertible top frame is detailed and in place.
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