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Old 10/23/13, 02:33 PM
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My unique 1966 coupe

Just pulled out of storage of several years .Here we have the harder to find California production 1966 Mustang with the very rare original smog equipment still intact and functioning.It has 200 CID I-6 with auto trans.This car gets lots of comments from the true mustang enthusiast that have never seen many of these options and had no idea they existed.Some people love the car and others walk away scratching their heads .I have had several amusing comments like who got crazy with the JC Whitney catalog and sticky tape

When it comes to options, this car basically had them all!! Power steering, Power Brakes, Air Conditioning, 2-Speed Wiper/Washer, Seat Belts, Cruise Control, and other original dealer/factory accessories.
These are all factory/dealer parts

Cruise control
Throttle control
Rotunda engine gauge cluster
Rear window defroster
Rear speaker assembly
Reverberator sound system
Spinner wheel covers set of four
Rotunda fog lamp kit
Compass
Rotunda head rest kit
Vanity mirror
Rotunda door mounted storage compartments
Rotunda fender mounted turn indicator
Spotlight
Exterior headlamp warning buzzer
Park brake light
Hazard warning assembly
Tissue dispenser
Illuminated grille medallion
Rotunda cigarette lite-lighter
Trunk compartment light
Rotunda portable utility light
Rotunda door safety locks
Rotunda license plate frames
Rotunda washer bottle with bracket
Automatic headlight dimmer
Am-Fm radio
Whinnie horn
AC unit
Rally-Pac
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Old 10/23/13, 10:49 PM
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My '65 coupe... bought it in completely unrestored condition from the original owner's neighbor in Feb '11. Other than its original inline 6 (which has been rebuilt .040 over), the car has been converted over to V8 equipment (including an 8" 3.20 rear and a T-5spd from a 90s Mustang). The 200 six sounds great through a header and dual exhausts!

My goal was to equip it exactly like a '65 GT. The only GT part it is currently missing is the short ratio steering box. I have a webpage showing the stages at http://www.just-a-six.tumblr.com

The last picture shows one of the other Mustangs in the stable- a '14 GT (also with red interior). Not pictured is an '03 convertible (also silver)...






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Old 11/13/13, 07:13 PM
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After selling our business here's my present to me. I've dreamed of a muscle car for years. I just bought this about 4 weeks ago.
1970 Mustang, 351w, Edelbrock, T5 5 speed, classic Cragar Wheels.




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Old 11/15/13, 06:19 PM
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This is my 1965 Ivy Green Metallic 289 4V Convertible. My dad bought this car in 1967 from the original owner here in Oklahoma City and let me drive it to high school (69-71.) The VIN shows this car was originally Silver Smoke Gray, but it was Ivy Green Metallic when my dad bought it, so that is the color I kept it when I bought it from him in 1983 and concours restored it (frame up) in 2000.





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that looks i denticle to what i just did
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Originally Posted by stewd View Post
Just pulled out of storage of several years .Here we have the harder to find California production 1966 Mustang with the very rare original smog equipment still intact and functioning.It has 200 CID I-6 with auto trans.This car gets lots of comments from the true mustang enthusiast that have never seen many of these options and had no idea they existed.Some people love the car and others walk away scratching their heads .I have had several amusing comments like who got crazy with the JC Whitney catalog and sticky tape

When it comes to options, this car basically had them all!! Power steering, Power Brakes, Air Conditioning, 2-Speed Wiper/Washer, Seat Belts, Cruise Control, and other original dealer/factory accessories.
These are all factory/dealer parts

Cruise control
Throttle control
Rotunda engine gauge cluster
Rear window defroster
Rear speaker assembly
Reverberator sound system
Spinner wheel covers set of four
Rotunda fog lamp kit
Compass
Rotunda head rest kit
Vanity mirror
Rotunda door mounted storage compartments
Rotunda fender mounted turn indicator
Spotlight
Exterior headlamp warning buzzer
Park brake light
Hazard warning assembly
Tissue dispenser
Illuminated grille medallion
Rotunda cigarette lite-lighter
Trunk compartment light
Rotunda portable utility light
Rotunda door safety locks
Rotunda license plate frames
Rotunda washer bottle with bracket
Automatic headlight dimmer
Am-Fm radio
Whinnie horn
AC unit
Rally-Pac
Absolutely love the color, what a beautiful ride
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Old 2/13/14, 02:24 PM
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Here's my 70 Mach 1 Q code (428CJ 4-speed). Still in progress but at least I am in the reassembly stage.


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My 1965 fastback

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Old 5/4/14, 09:59 AM
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Originally Posted by 70mustang View Post
Nice Mustang! I am currantly restoring a 70 coupe as well. May I ask what size tires you are running front and back. And also what size rims you are running including the backspacing measurements?
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Old 5/19/14, 01:21 PM
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'66 Stang - I just Installed a Maier Racing Front Apron

My '66 Stang.....
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My 1967 Mustang

Here's my 67 Mustang, I've owned it for 30 years now (first car when I was 16 yrs old). In the past couple years I restored it to a Resto-Mod. I built the engine myself - 351 Windsor (393ci Stroker), Total Cost Involved (TCI) Independent Front Suspension Coil Over Shocks, FAST EZ EFI, Tremec 5 Speed. Here's a video of what it sounds like:

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Old 3/22/15, 10:08 AM
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Originally Posted by Mustang_67 View Post
Here's my 67 Mustang, I've owned it for 30 years now (first car when I was 16 yrs old). In the past couple years I restored it to a Resto-Mod. I built the engine myself - 351 Windsor (393ci Stroker), Total Cost Involved (TCI) Independent Front Suspension Coil Over Shocks, FAST EZ EFI, Tremec 5 Speed. Here's a video of what it sounds like:

1967 Mustang 351W (393 Stroker), TCI IFS, Fast EZ EFI - YouTube

Very nice! Makes me wish i would have kept mine. (ya, that's me 30+ years ago) I got this one when I turned 16 too. '67 289 automatic

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Newbie here....here's mine


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66 289 original 74k miles
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Some final pics of my 1965 Mustang before sending it out for restoration.

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Some final pics of my 1965 Mustang before sending it out for restoration.

What's being restored?
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What's being restored?
Everything. Just to name a few:

- Body will be sandblasted before rust removal/prevention and repaint to original Rangoon Red.
- All weatherstrips replaced.
- Rack and pinion power steering conversion.
- Drum brakes will be replaced with Wilwood disc brakes.
- Tacky 17" mag wheels will be replaced with American Racing Torq Thrust 15" wheels with either BF Goodrich or Yokohama tires.
- Front coilover suspension conversion.
- Rear suspension conversion pending.
- New Pony grille with fog lights.
- LED/Halogen headlight conversion.
- All lights converted to LED.
- Complete sound deadening.
- Complete interior conversion from Standard to Pony with red/white trim.
- RetroSound USB/Bluetooth stereo.
- Rally Pac upgrade.
- Center hand brake conversion.
- New air conditioning system.
- New center console with A/C vents.
- Trunk restored to original spec.
- All exterior chrome trim replaced or refurbished.

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Wow it looks good now I can't imagine what it will look like later!
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