New this May 2015
- 1969 Convertible Quarter Panels
- 1971-73 Coup/Convertible Trunk Lid
- 1971-73 Fastback Trunk Floor Pan
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This highly sought after part is now available from Dynacorn. Back in July of 2014 it was anticipated that this part would be available before the end of the year and it is now available for purchase at DynacornDepot.com Continue reading Chevelle Rocker to Cowl Reinforcements
Have a few instrument gauge lights that have blown out, brake lights or turn signal bulbs that burned out? Use these replacement light bulb charts to figure out which bulb you need to purchase to brighten up your classic Mustang. Continue reading Replace Classic Mustang Light Bulbs
Light ’em up, with Scott Drake! Are those dim factory headlamps on your classic Mustang or Ford making it tough to see the road at night? Try upgrading to higher output halogen lamps from Scott Drake.
Doing a small repair, upgrade or major sheet metal restoration over the winter? Order your parts before December 25th 2014 and save an Extra 5% off all Scott Drake Mustang Parts at MustangParts.AverageJoeRestoration.com – OR – save 10% off your order of Dynacorn Sheetmetal, Muscle Car Parts and Molding at DynacornDepot.com Continue reading Save 5%–10% off Scott Drake and Dynacon Parts Dec 2014
Have you ever wondered what publication had that Mustang tech directory, article or story you read about and could not remember which issue it was in and now your ready to restore or do the repair as described in the magazine. Continue reading Mustang Magazine Back Issues
To accompany all the great How to Mustang articles and videos, AverageJoeRestoration.com now has an online Classic Mustang Parts store. Every part you purchase helps keep the articles coming. Continue reading Average Joe Restoration Mustang Parts
The stock Ford Mustang steering wheel has a pretty small grip circumference; and if you don’t have power steering getting a good grip can be a challenge. Your steering wheel may be worn smooth, damaged or cracked from years of wear and tear, exposure to the elements and several different drivers.