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Monday, April 29, 2013

New Part! 1967-70 Mustang Fastback Rear Seat Latch Guide

1967-70 Mustang Fastback Rear Seat Latch Catch
We just received another new part!  It's the 1967-70 Mustang Fastback Rear Seat Latch Guide.  This part fits on the chrome rear seat trim and fits on the side where the seat latch clicks in place when the rear seat is in the up position.

We have gotten quite a few calls about this part, and we are really happy that it is finally available.

The part is made just like the original in metal with a beautiful chrome finish.  Our part number is IN-6821.

Friday, April 26, 2013

Just the Details...1965 Mustang Restoration

1965 Mustang Convertible.
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Today we have still more pictures of Jeremy Turner's 1965 Mustang convertible in his shop, Maple Hill Restoration.

The vent window frames have now been completely restored, assembled and installed along with all of the polished stainless steel windshield molding, rear trim molding and door glass with the associated parts.

The front suspension is detailed and has been installed.  All of the paint markings were carefully duplicated from the original pieces such as the green stripes on the front coil springs.  Check out the "64" stamped date on the carefully restored lower control arms too!

Enjoy the pictures!


The original vent window frames for the Mustang were re-chromed.  The stainless steel parts were polished, other parts were detailed, and everything was carefully assembled.
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The original vent window frames for the Mustang were re-chromed.  The stainless steel parts were polished, other parts were detailed, and everything was carefully assembled.  Here you can note the original vent runner with the plastic "flaps" that was used.
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Sealer is applied to the Mustang windshield pillar post in preparation for installation of the stainless steel trim.
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The polished stainless steel windshield molding is being installed in this image.
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The polished stainless steel windshield molding is being installed in this image.
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Here is a shot of the completed installation of the stainless steel windshield molding.
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Here is the inside Mustang convertible header molding.  This is the original that has been re-chromed.
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The detailed front suspension on the Mustang looks great!
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The detailed front suspension on the Mustang looks great!  The green stripes on the springs were carefully duplicated from the orignal markings.
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The detailed front suspension on the Mustang looks great!
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The detailed front suspension on the Mustang looks great!  Note the "64" stamp on the lower control arm.  '65 dated ones that we have observed have only a "5" stamped in the arm.
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The detailed front suspension on the Mustang looks great!
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The detailed front suspension on the Mustang looks great!
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The detailed front suspension on the Mustang looks great!
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The detailed front suspension on the Mustang looks great!
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The rear convertible trim molding has been installed on the Mustang!
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Side door glass and parts in the Mustang!
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Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Now in Stock! Exact Style 65-66 Mustang White Convertible Kick Panels

Exact Kick Panels for 1965-66 Mustangs!
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We now have the exact style kick panels molded in white for the 1965 and 1966 Mustang Convertible.  These join our line of the other years and body styles and are a great improvement over the cheaper reproductions on the market.

These Mustang kick panels feature the correct contour (they actually have a bit of a "bend" in them), the exact grain, correctly shaped ridges, reinforced screw holes and wider openings for the windlace and pinch weld area - all features found on original kick panels.

They are, of course, also molded in the correct white color, like the originals.  Our part number is ST-931WHI.

As mentioned, they join our other exact kick panels listed below:

ST-921BLK  65-66 Mustang Coupe and Fastback Exact Reproduction Kick Panels - Black

ST-921WHI  65-66 Mustang Coupe and Fastback Exact Reproduction Kick Panels - White

ST-931BLK  65-66 Mustang Convertible Exact Reproduction Kick Panels - Black

ST-941BLK  67-68 Mustang Coupe and Fastback Exact Reproduction Kick Panels - Black

ST-951BLK  67-68 Mustang Convertible Exact Reproduction Kick Panels - Black

Check out the pictures below for more details!


These exact reproduction Mustang kick panels feature a wider opening for the windlace making installation much easier like the originals.
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These exact reproduction Mustang kick panels feature reinforced screw holes - just like the originals.
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These exact reproduction Mustang kick panels feature the exact grain and shape.
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Monday, April 22, 2013

Just the Details...1965 Mustang Convertible Restoration

The 1965 Mustang Convertible is going together quite nicely at Maple Hill Restoration.
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Hopefully, you have been following along with the restoration of this beautiful, Twilight Turquoise 1965 Mustang Convertible in the shop at Maple Hill Restoration.

Today, we have some pictures as Jeremy paints the 200 six cylinder engine that is going in the Mustang.  The engine was prepared and all parts were shot with epoxy primer first.  It was then assembled, masked off, and painted with the correct level of gloss, black paint.

Also check out the pictures of the cool engine drop hoist that Jeremy built to install this engine.  Soon, we will have pictures of the detailed engine with all of the accessories bolted on.  We can't wait to see it!!

How about this cool engine bracket that Jeremy built for the 200 cubic inch six cylinder engine going in the Mustang?
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Here is another view of the engine hoist.
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Here's a shot of the valve train on the 200 6 cyl Mustang engine.
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Here the engine is finished in epoxy primer and ready for the final black paint.
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Here the engine is finished in epoxy primer and ready for the final black paint.
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Here the engine is finished in epoxy primer and ready for the final black paint.
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Here the engine is finished in epoxy primer and ready for the final black paint.
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6 cylinder Mustang engine after the black paint was applied.
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6 cylinder Mustang engine after the black paint was applied.
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Here are some pieces ready to go on the engine (and car).
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Friday, April 19, 2013

65-67 Mustang Woodgrain Steering Wheel Contact Rings - Back in Stock!

Metal Contact Rings for 1965-67 Simulated Woodgrain Deluxe Steering Wheel.
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They are back in stock!!!  We now have the lower contact rings for the deluxe woodgrain steering wheel on the '65-67 Mustangs.  These are plated metal rings for the horn contact.  Many times they are very worn or simply just missing.

They are used on the factory installed simulated woodgrain steering wheels.  These wheels were originally installed on '65-67 Mustangs with the Pony (Deluxe in 1967) interior and could have been a stand alone option too.  We have beautiful reproductions of the entire steering wheels also.

Our part number for the contact rings only is IN-646 - Click here or on the picture to order.  Please note that these rings currently include the plastic insulators as shown in the above image.  We hope they will continue to be included, but this may change depending upon supply.

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Just the Details...1965 Mustang Convertible Restoration

1965 Mustang Convertible.  200 cubic inch 6 cylinder engine.
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Jeremy at Maple Hill Restoration (www.MapleHillResto.com) continues to put together his beautiful Twilight Turquoise '65 Mustang Convertible.  It's equipped with the 200 cubic inch 6 cylinder engine backed by a Dagenham  4 speed transmission.  It's, of course, going to be 100% stock looking, but a few tweaks were made to the engine for a bit more pep.  

The engine is going together now.  Soon we hope to have some pictures of the painted and detailed engine assembly along with some accessories installed.  Stay tuned...

1965 Mustang Convertible.  200 cubic inch 6 cylinder engine.
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1965 Mustang Convertible.  200 cubic inch 6 cylinder engine.
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1965 Mustang Convertible.  200 cubic inch 6 cylinder engine.
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1965 Mustang Convertible.  200 cubic inch 6 cylinder engine.
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1965 Mustang Convertible.  200 cubic inch 6 cylinder engine.
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Monday, April 15, 2013

1965-68 Mustang Custom Billet Aluminum Throttle Rod - New Part!

65-68 Mustang Custom Billet Aluminum Accelerator Linkage Rod
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We now have a custom billet aluminum accelerator linkage rod for the 1965-68 Mustang.  This rod features stainless steel rod ends and hardware.  The custom machined end fits into the accelerator to firewall (pedal) linkage and does not require the rubber throttle rod bushing kit.

These are now in stock, and our part number is EG-1592.




Friday, April 12, 2013

We Have Some Great Customers!

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I know what you are thinking...why in the heck are we posting a picture of a flower arrangement on our Virginia Classic Mustang Blog!!!??!!!

Well, we just had to share the story...Michelle here was helping a customer from Australia with some questions and orders.  Our customer decided to send these flowers AND some chocolate candy as a "thank you"!

We really appreciated this, and we appreciate all of the nice comments that we receive from all of our customers.  Thanks!

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

1965-70 Mustang Rear Frame Rail Crush Tubes

The crush tubes that fit inside the 1965-70 Mustang Rear Frame Rails are now available.
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We now have the crush tubes that weld inside of the Mustang rear frame rails.  These were originally installed in the rear frame rails of 65-70 Mustangs equipped with the factory dual exhaust.  They provided extra strength at the holes where the rear exhaust hangers are mounted.

Our part number is SM-1031.  They are sold as a pair.

Original Mustang Rear Frame Rail with holes for factory dual exhaust hangers.  The crush tubes are located inside the frame rail.
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Monday, April 8, 2013

Friday, April 5, 2013

Just the Details...1966 Shelby Restoration 6S033

The 1966 Shelby on the rotisserie and in epoxy primer.
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Today, we have some more pictures of our 1966 GT350 Mustang Shelby Restoration.  If you missed our last post about the car now being in epoxy primer, you can check it out here.

Here are some detail shots of various areas.  We also have photos posted on our Facebook Page.
The 1966 Shelby on the rotisserie and in epoxy primer.  Here is an earlier shot showing the front frame rail support being straightened.  We definitely wanted to save the original.
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Here is the one of the original rails after being straightened.  These rails are almost always dented from someone using this point to jack up the Mustang.
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This area in the transmission tunnel was taped off.  It is a patch of the original paint.  Here we are showing the paint that was chosen to match the original color.  It is a strange pinkish brown color.  I've seen this shade on late '65's and early '66's.  The underside color is usually a bit darker on later '66 Shelbys.
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This is a close up shot of the date stamp on the seat riser pan.  It's June 17th.
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Export brace reinforcement for the Shelby that was welded on the cowl area.
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This photo shows a hole that was blown through the cowl when the export brace reinforcement was welded on at Ford.  This area will be eventually covered in sealer like it was originally.
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Here is a close up of the rear frame rail with the exhaust hanger holes found on the factory dual exhaust equipped Mustangs.
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Here you can see the original holes for the tach wiring and bracket mounting that were cut in the dash at Shelby American.
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We were lucky enough to have a very nice area of original paint.  We saved this and will use it to match the original Wimbledon White paint.
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