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1967 Mustang, I need front end tear down photos.

I just got a 1967 Mustang, It is missing alot of the front end components, Bumber Rad mount and so on. I was hoping someone had done a complete tear down of their front end, and had photos. I need to start getting her parts together. Thanks A Bunch Everyone. -RevGT

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Hello. : These aren't photographs, but they are from the 67 shop manual. You need to make your stuff look like this. Hope that helps.

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Do you just need body parts when you say front end or do you mean suspension also? If you could post a couple of pics from front / side/ top, etc. it would help to know what to suggest or what we could take a pic of. I have my entire front suspension off but not the bumper/ rad. area.
Hey Veronica, they are very similar but he might put a Fairlane grill on his mustang with those pics...
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.Hey Veronica, they are very similar but he might put a Fairlane grill on his mustang with those pics...
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Hi again. Why is that a problem? Everybody loves an old Fairlane. He just needs to use the Fairlane on the bottom of the page.
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Its the bumper/rad support area, I have some pics I uploaded. As you can see most of the foward bumber area is gone and lots of parts missing. This is my first venture into a 67 or 60 anything come to think about it. I Mostly work on my 72 F100, 78 F150, 73 F250's. So I dont know what it should look like. -Rev
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I'll try to snap some pics tonight, my front grill is together but it'll give you something to compare to. I would get some catalogs first, many have good pics of this in their body panel section, NPD's has a small pic plus it'll show all the parts seperately, they're in CA -805-654-0468/ 800-235-3445. Looks like they're roughly 3 hours from you in Ventura. I've had great service/ parts from them. You can get the exploded view illustration book for $8, I think that would be a good investment for $8. Some of the photos are light but uesable.
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Thanks everyone, you guys are helping me out so much. I have never gotten my hands on and older Mustang and its so similar to my F-100 but so diff. Its nice to know you guys are here to give me a hand. It needs alot of front end work. Ill keep you guys informed, Jonk those pics would really help to get me some Idea of which direction I should be moving in.-Rev
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When you're doing a restoration/rebuild project like that, a good set of referance materials is worth it's weight in gold. Go to somebody like Mustangs Plus and spend the bux on a real factory service manual set. It will cost around $100, and worth every penny. Just wait until it's time to do electric.

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Rev, finally got some photos, hope these help, my entire front suspension/steering is off so the car is in my garage close to my cabinets. Could've gotten better pics if I coulda' rolled it back some...

Get the '67 Mustang Shop manual, it's $43 at Mustangs Unlimited and Dallas Mustangs among others, get online and order every free catalog you can get, they have pics in some of them also.
The shop manual answered a lot of questions on capacities, wiring and how things come apart instead of breaking them to get them apart (my old solution).
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Dang you guys are awesome with these Photos, and the Advice Im getting this should move along much more smoothly then just havning to stumble my way through some of the most crucial parts of the resto. I ran into a prob that I hope you guys can give me some incite on, The trans on the Car is the stock 67 C4 for a 6Cyl Will that bolt up to a 83 302. It went to gether smooth but now I have some rotaion problems, The Engine only turns 1/3 of the way before it gets stuck any ideas??? Thanks -Rev
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Front End tear Down Pics

I have a '68 that I just tore down the front end on yesterday ( and I really mean 03/16/2008). I took lots of pics and you can see them here...

MySpace.com - Montanas 68 Mustang - 40 - Male - CROWLEY, Texas - www.myspace.com/montanasmustang68

I set up a page to document my resto/mod of my '68. The blog will tell the story, but I've owned this car for 20 years and am finally getting to rebuild it like I want to.

I know mines a '68 and yours is a '67...but the front end assembly is so close to identical that it should help.

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