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Friday, June 28, 2013

SAAC-38


If you are in the Southern California area, you may want to check out the Shelby American Automobile Club's 38th annual national convention, SAAC-38.  It will be held at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, CA on July 4-6.

The best place to keep up with all things Shelby is SAAC's online forum - www.saacforum.com.

We hope to have some pictures from SAAC-38 right here on our Blog next week.



Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Just the Details...1966 GT350 Shelby Mustang Restoration

Our 1966 Shelby Project is removed from the rotisserie.
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We have a few more pictures of our 1966 Shelby Mustang project.  In case you are new to our Blog, this is a very early "carrover" GT350 - SFM6S033.

Today, we have some pictures of the car being removed from the rotisserie and put on the "roll around".  It's now time to fit the doors, fenders and hood (again!) and do the final outside body work.  We also have some pictures of the original fiberglass hood being stripped of paint and primer.


Our 1966 Shelby Project is removed from the rotisserie.
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Our 1966 Shelby Project is removed from the rotisserie and put on the "roll around".
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Time to work on the fiberglass hood from our 1966 Shelby project.  Lots of striping to do here!
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Time to work on the fiberglass hood from our 1966 Shelby project.  Lots of striping to do here!
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Time to work on the fiberglass hood from our 1966 Shelby project.  Lots of striping to do here!
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Time to work on the fiberglass hood from our 1966 Shelby project.  Lots of striping to do here!
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Monday, June 24, 2013

Just the Details...1965 Mustang Convertible Restoration

The 1965 Mustang Convertible at Maple Hill Restoration is now running!
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Jeremy's '65 Mustang Convertible continues to go together!  The 200 cubic inch six cylinder is now running!  Thanks to Jeremy at Maple Hill Restoration for supplying the latest images here.

Keep reading our Blog for more updates.

The 1965 Mustang Convertible at Maple Hill Restoration is now running!
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The 1965 Mustang Convertible at Maple Hill Restoration is now running!
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The 1965 Mustang Convertible at Maple Hill Restoration is now running!
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The 1965 Mustang Convertible at Maple Hill Restoration is now running!
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The 1965 Mustang Convertible at Maple Hill Restoration is now running!
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The 1965 Mustang Convertible at Maple Hill Restoration is now running!
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Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Just the Details...1966 Shelby GT350 Mustang Restoration

1966 Carryover GT350 Mustang SFM6S033
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Today we have a few more images of our '66 Shelby restoration project at Maple Hill Restoration.

It's about ready to come down off of the rotisserie.  The under side of the car is pretty much completed.  These photos show the drips on the floor pans that were duplicated with thinned epoxy primer.  These drips were originally on the floor pan ridges when the car was built.


1966 Carryover GT350 Mustang SFM6S033.  The original drips on the floor pan have been duplicated.
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1966 Carryover GT350 Mustang SFM6S033.  The original drips on the floor pan have been duplicated.
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1966 Carryover GT350 Mustang SFM6S033.  The original drips on the floor pan have been duplicated.
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1966 Carryover GT350 Mustang SFM6S033.  The original drips on the floor pan have been duplicated.
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1966 Carryover GT350 Mustang SFM6S033.  The original drips on the floor pan have been duplicated.
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Friday, June 14, 2013

Just the Details...1965 Mustang Restoration

More great detail on the Mustang's parking brake set up.
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We have gotten such a great response to all of the Mustang restoration pictures that we thought we would keep posting!!  Again, these are of the Twilight Turquoise 1965 Mustang Convertible owned and restored by Jeremy Turner at Maple Hill Restoration.


Six cylinder Rear End detail on the Mustang.
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Six cylinder Rear End detail on the Mustang.
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Six cylinder Rear End detail on the Mustang.
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The Mustang's leaf springs look great!  The original paint markings were duplicated (light blue).  You can also see the correct part number and date stamping in this shot.
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Mustang rear tie down.  This tie down was sometimes removed at the Ford dealer before delivery to the first owner.
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More awesome detail on the front parking brake cable.
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The drips on the Mustang's floor pan were duplicated and they look great!
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Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Just the Details...1965 Mustang Convertible Restoration

1965 Mustang Convertible Restoration - The engine is installed!
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The engine is now in Jeremy's (Maple Hill Restoration) Mustang Convertible.  Today we have some pictures from the pit showing the extraordinary detail.  Check them out!!


Check out the great detail on the Dagenham  and related parts.
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Jeremy has done an incredible job on the detail on the front suspension too.
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Here is another shot of the transmission.
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More great detail on this '65 Mustang Convertible.
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Jeremy has done an incredible job on the detail on the front suspension.
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Jeremy has done an incredible job on the detail on the front suspension.
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Here's the back of the Mustang's alternator.
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Jeremy has done an incredible job on the detail on the front suspension.
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Jeremy has done an incredible job on the detail on the front suspension.
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Monday, June 10, 2013

Just the Details...1965 Mustang Convertible Restoration

The Mustang's 6 cylinder engine is bolted up to the custom bracket and ready to drop in.
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Hopefully, you have been following our Blog about the restoration of Jeremy Turner's (Maple Hill Restoration) '65 Mustang Twilight Turquoise Convertible.

Today we have some images that Jeremy gave us of the engine installation.  The stock appearing, but "tweaked" 6 cylinder is backed by a rare 4 speed Dagenham transmission.  This transmission was a rare option for the 6 cylinder Mustangs in 1965 and 1966.

This super detailed Dagenham 4 speed transmission is ready for installation in the Mustang.
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This super detailed Dagenham 4 speed transmission is ready for installation in the Mustang.
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This super detailed Dagenham 4 speed transmission is ready for installation in the Mustang.
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The Mustang's engine bay has been prepped for the engine installation.
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The 6 cylinder is dropped in the Mustang Convertible.
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The 6 cylinder is dropped in the Mustang Convertible.
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The engine is installed in the Mustang...more images later.
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The engine is installed in the Mustang...more images later.
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Friday, June 7, 2013

New Part! 64 1/2 Mustang Tail Light Body with FoMoCo Stamping

1964 1/2 Mustang Tail Light Body with the correct FoMoCo Stamping and Wiring Pigtail Plugs.
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Joining our plain (but correctly plated) ER-66 65-66 Mustang Tail Lamp Body and our FoMoCo stamped Tail Light Body (ER-6611) is this great new reproduction.  It's the 64 1/2 Mustang style Tail Light Body.

The 1964 1/2 Mustangs used a sealed end socket with wires and bullet connectors.  The LH side has the correct green with orange stripe wires and the RH side has the correct orange with blue stripe wire.  Our part numbers are ER-6612L and ER-6612R.

You can use these tail light bodies with our ER-55 Tail Light Harness - they will plug right in.

1964 1/2 Mustang Tail Light Body with the correct FoMoCo Stamping and Wiring Pigtail Plugs.
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1964 1/2 Mustang Tail Light Body with the correct FoMoCo Stamping and Wiring Pigtail Plugs.
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