I own a 1966 mustang coupe. It’s an automatic with factory pony interior and factory air conditioning (that works). I aquired it in Alabama where I did so a lot of upgrades: new aluminum radiator, new engine wiring harness, new hoses, tires and rims, rear air shocks, rebuilt tranny coming from a old time drag racer (dana sniff), New U-joints for the driveshaft, new front bushings, control arms, and other fromt suspension components, all new wilwood 4 piston disc brakes, new rear brake lines, and new rear drum cylinders, new edelbrock carburetor and intake, new door cards, new painted and installed package tray, new window rollers and clips, new factory looking radio and speakers along with other issues that have slipped my thoughts. Few extras feature it. Fresh back tires, bolts, speaker bits, hose coverings, a brand new door handle (already put the other one on), new dashpad, and headliner The first sort owner said it had 107k original miles. He said when i purchased it that they had owned it for 13 years. He stored it for 11 years after you have a brand new paint, but all of this is unconfirmed, however it had most of the orinigal parts when I purchased but I learned that it drove like crap and decided to fix everything.
There are a few things that must be done so that it is fully restored.
– It the newest vent window weatherstripping installed (We’ve the newest rubber I merely haven’t installed it. It’ll come with the car)
– Your entire car needs new paint (I did a few things i can to assist but it needs to be addressed)
– There’s rust in the cowl and it must be handled sooner or later (I have got something within the vent but I’d accomplish it)
– The trunk lid must be fixed (One of the owners dented it. It’s the original jack instructions also it felt wrong to exchange and dispose of something of that nature)
– It requires a brand new oil pressure sender unit (I checked and possesses full oil so I’m assuming it’s the sender)
If you’re like taking on a job car that needs some work however, not a full restoration. This one’s to suit your needs.