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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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