How-To Restore a Classic 1966 Ford Mustang (Part 3): Fender Damage

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 […] More »

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How-To Restore a Classic 1966 Ford Mustang (Part 2): Inspect Paint and Clean

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 […] More »

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How-To Restore a Classic 1966 Ford Mustang (Part 1): Remove Damaged Parts and Coating

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 […] More »

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How to Replace Rear Disc Brakes on a 2007 Ford Mustang

If you’re interested in purchasing a 2007 Ford Mustang, or if you own one of these vehicles, it’s important that you check on the brakes regularly in order to provide them with the maintenance that they need. Mustangs have disc brakes that must be replaced periodically. Follow these instructions to inspect your brakes and determine […] More »

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How To Install a Ford Mustang Upper Grille

The process of new grille installation on a Ford Mustang can dramatically alter and improve the exterior appearance of the car. While a grille is not a critical piece of the vehicle in terms of functionality (in fact, the grille is generally good for appearance and aesthetic purposes only), it is nonetheless a crucial part […] More »

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