Classic Mustangs (Tech)Technical discussions about the Mustangs of yester-year.
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well i figured i'd post pics of the 67 - and you guys get to see all the fun i get to have! weeee[:'(]
wingless since yall told me to
and heres the fun part...
i'm replacing those 2 this weekend. 40 year old kentucky road salt car, what can i do :| everything else is fine under the car, the muffler was rusted and the gas tank was replaced so... running gear is fine, original shocks! lol - might replace the leaf springs also since they are bent down. fun fun fun! :|
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I see shock tower and shock tower brace talked about here, but isn't that actually the coil spring cover that is rusted through? Mine aren't great either but it looks like it just bolts to the shock tower and won't be too bad to replace. If I'm wrong don't jump all over me. I've only had my 65 a couple of months and am still learning the parts.
honeygoldcoupe - unfortunately the whole thing is rusted out. the extensions under the frame and such are rusted to hell that's why i'm replacing from the firewall forward
65raven65 / hity645 - i'm not sure on how to check the interior color, all i can say is it looks pretty off white or so to me with a black dash pad and black on the dash trim. the original car color i believe was Dark Moss Green. as it's still prevelant in the engine bay and where the rocker panels were. i'll take some pictures tomorrow of the interior and such and post em up.
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