We recently purchased this Mustang Coupe in North Dakota. We shipped it to Arkansas, and access the work ahead of us.
In this episode of Project Mustang, we bring the pony back to life! After many years of sitting in storage, the Mustang breathes life
In this episode, we rip out that old interior, and update you on the progress of the new rear frame rails.
In this episode, we get the pony ready for new frame rails. But first, we have to remove the brakes, rear-end and gas tank. Check out
Classic Ford Mustang Restoration Web Show - Operation Mustang (Episode 15) Road test the 67 G.T.A fastback produced by
Zombie 222 is a converted, all-electric '68 Mustang that might just be the quickest classic Mustang in the world. Subscribe: http://goo.
This is my 1965 Mustang Fastback I rescued from a field rusting away. I finished it around July of 2008 in my back yard garage with
I love my 66 Mustang and have had it since FOREVER, LITERALLY. BUT it has an issue... When I first started resurrecting the 289 I
Back at it again. Another Sunday in the shop. We are taking the whole rear-end out sanding, sandblasting and painting all original
KeepAustinGeared. In this episode of Austin Garages, Steve heads over to Bloodshed Motors to check out an all-electric muscle car.
Finally got it pieced back together. Now some small detailing before I really start putting some miles on it. Did about 10 miles on it so
Day 1 - Part 2 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BS-UZixgW8E Take a look at our many Mustang Project Cars - http://www.youtube.
First start up after 5+ years of sitting in a garage. Still needs a lil work but it runs good!
1965 FORD MUSTANG PROJECT MOTOR STARTUP V8 AFTER 10 YEARS FINALLY BUT NOT YET FINISHED.
Translogic heads to Austin, TX for a chance to drive an all-electric Zombie 222 '68 Mustang, converted by Mitch Medford and the
[EPISODE 2] Corbin and Mike take the $4000 Mustang to a track to face down a new EcoBoost Mustang. Watch Episode 1: https://
Well I have bought the frame rails thinking that my trunk floor was good to go. After removing the carpet and items in the trunk I found
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ReplaceRusted out rear frame rails - 65 Mustang.
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