The following is a list of parts required for changing a ‘67-’68 Mustang from an I6 to a V8
The following is a list of parts required to convert an I6 ’67-’68 Mustang to a V8. Unless otherwise noted, the parts listed are for V8 ‘Stang application. Fortunately for ’67 and ’68 owners, the I6 ‘Stangs shared more parts with the V8s than the ’65-’66 Mustangs. Continue reading 1967-68 Mustang 6cyl to V8 Conversion
The following is a list of parts required to convert an I6 ’65-’66 Mustang to a V8. Unless otherwise noted, the parts listed are for V8 ‘Stang application. If you decide to cut corners, do not use the small 6 cylinder brakes. The V8 drums were barely adequate and the front discs only delayed the fade problem. Upgrade to the V8 spindles and rear axle assembly as neither 6 cylinder counterparts are going to last long when you get hooked on V8 power. Continue reading 1965-66 Mustang 6cyl to V8 conversion
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Rear Leaf Spring Front Mounting Bolt Removal without Resorting to use of Fire or Mechanical Mayhem
Continue reading Rusted Mustang Leaf Spring Bolt Removal
Need to determine the authenticity of a Mustang sitting in your driveway, or validate a Mustang for sale that could some day be parked in your garage. Use this guide to get started by understanding the VIN breakdown for 65-73 Classic Mustangs and then move on to understanding the Door Data Plate Tag; and finally use an active Classic Mustang Decoder to translate the VIN and Data plate codes on the fly. Continue reading Classic Mustang Decoder – How To
Car was restored 3 years ago and driven lightly since then. I then purchased it and immediately found out the Power steering was messed up although everything under the front end was all new, nos, oem and or rebuilt to oem.
Continue reading How Mustang Power Steering Works
This article and video demonstrates the tools and procedures to remove all of the components that open and secure your classic Mustang door; including the door latch, striker, door handles, door locks and door handle relay shaft.
Continue reading How to: Mustang Door Latch, Handles and Door Locks
Watch Jerry Choate from Scott Drake Mustang Parts guide you through the assembly of 1967 Mustang Deluxe Door Panels. Continue reading How to Assemble 67 Mustang Deluxe Door Panels
After 40 plus years of operation the outside door handles on a Classic Mustang will not only look pretty drab and dull, they’ll operate poorly and should be replaced. This article will show you how to do the installation; it’s fairly easy to do it yourself. Continue reading How to Replace and Install Mustang Door Handles
1967 Mustang headlight assembly is actually pretty easy to do and the procedure is similar for 1965 and 1966 Mustangs as well as the 1969 and 1970 Mustang. Continue reading How To: Mustang Headlight Bucket Assembly
Today I had a question from a fellow reader about removing the trim around the windshield of his Mustang; the question:
How is the trim around the windshield held in place? Presumably by some sort of clip, but what kind and how to remove the trim without destroying it? Are replacement clips available? Continue reading How To Remove and Install Mustang Window Molding