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The Mustang classic is one of Ford's best known and strongest performing vehicles. Outfitted with an impressive motor and a sleek, stylish body, this muscle car has been one of the most popular high performance vehicles for many decades and is synonymous with an excellent car. Many classic Mustang owners look for ways to modify their vehicles so that they have a unique appearance and design, even in comparison with other Mustangs and classic cars

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You've got a scratch on your Ford Mustang. You've tried polishing it out and you've tried rubbing compound. Neither has helped. Turtle Wax has a product that may help you get rid of that scratch. Materials Required One or two microfiber or cheesecloth towelsTurtle Wax Scratch Repair KitCar wash kit

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When you begin the restoration process on a classic 1966 Ford Mustang, it's important to take all of the proper steps necessary to restore the car correctly the first time. Because restoring an older vehicle like this will be slightly different each time and for every car, there's no single step by step guide that will work exactly for every case. However, if you follow these most basic guidelines and tailor the project to

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After you've visually inspected the vehicle for signs of damage, the next step in the restoration process of a classic 1966 Ford Mustang is to prepare the vehicle for a new paint job. Ideally, when you reach this stage of the restoration, you'll have already examined your car for signs of rust, dents, scratches, scrapes and other damage. You'll also have already removed any easily modified parts of the frame such as bumpers or

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If you've managed to find a 1966 Ford Mustang that is up for restoration, you'll have a difficult time going about this job without a good knowledge of each of the steps required to take the car from its current state up to fully operable and functioning. Each 1966 Ford Mustang will be in slightly different condition, and there's no one process for restoring these cars that works in all cases. Instead, it's a

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