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  1. Classic Talk
    The one and only 1967 Shelby GT500 is up for auction. It was built to show off a new set of tires, and it sports a GT40 427 V8. And it's going to go for a whole lot of cash. Carroll Shelby was more than just the guy who built fast Mustangs in 1967. He also had the west coast distributorship for...
  2. News
    One of the biggest collection of Ford vehicles in the world is going up for auction. The Den Hartogh Museum collection has more than 200 Fords and is being split up and sold in a June Bonhams auction . Piet den Hartogh bought his first Ford in 1956. And then he tried to buy all of them. He...
  3. Classic Talk
    Today, we’re starting a new series called Forum Fix. In it, we’ll check out threads where forum users have been able to answer questions from their fellow members. For our first Forum Fix entry, we’ve got a new driver who’s just acquired a classic ’66 Mustang. The car is in need of a little TLC...
  4. Classic Tech
    I was walking around the amazing salvage yard in my town and I found this Mustang that I would like help identifying. I have read so many different things online about Mustang VIN's I don't know what to believe. There is no VIN around the dash, and the stickers on the door jam are long gone. I...
  5. Classic Tech
    I have a C6 transmission. It was working fine a couple days ago. I go to put it in gear to day and the order of gears is reversed. When in park it is in park. When in reverse or neutral it is in drive. Drive and below are reverse. It is a column shift. What is causing the problem?
  6. Introductions
    im from kansas my mom has a 1968 ford mustang and she gave it to me becuse it need lots of work but i love the car i thought i would shere my love of my car with others https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEpTkD0m9es
  7. 4.6L Talk
    Ive seen this front end a couple times on the net and cant find anything about it anywhere or what it is, but I would love to have it. anyone could tell me what it is or where to buy it I would greatly appreciate it. http://www.mustangdepot.com/OLC3/images/ext/TF10024-A40.jpg
  8. Classic Talk
    Just curious but after buying my 65' (with an I6) a while back the guy said it was an aftermarket 3-speed automatic (he took out the manual and put in the automatic I don't know why) but I can only feel it shift once? It'll go into 2nd around 25-35 mph depending on how high i have the RPMs. Then...
  9. Classic Tech
    Hello, I have a 1969 grande mustang I would like to put my 2006 pony package mustang wheels (17x8) with 235/55/17 Yokohamas on it. Prior to buying new wheels (18x9, 275\40) for my 06, I test fitted the 17's on the rear of the 69 with decent fitment (obviously could use spacers). I couldn't try...
  10. Classic Tech
    Would it be a good idea to take my 1965 Mustang coupe to an open track day? It only has a (rebuilt) 200ci inline 6 with a aftermarket 2bbl weber, front disk brake conversion, a magnaflow dual exhaust, and an estimated 125hp-140hp (no power steering or brake assist btw). The tires are BF goodrich...
  11. Classic Tech
    Hello everyone, I have a problem with my 1968 mustang coupe every time I hit a bump or I hit a dip my mustang alway seems to go to the side it also, happens when I'm braking too. Can it be bumper steer? Please Help me -Thanks
  12. Classic Tech
    Hi everybody, I have a 1969 Grande with all around drum brakes that I believe are factory. I need to know the right size, offset and amount of backspacing I need for proper fitment. If you have any knowledge on the subject please let me know asap. Thanks in advance, Aidan
  13. Classic Tech
    I have a picture of the tag on my rear end and was wondering if that could be decoded to tell if it is an 8 inch or a 9 inch as well as what gears would be in it too. Here's a pic of the tag. Any info would be great! thanks!
  14. Classic Tech
    Im looking for an aftermarket 9" rear with suspension and all the trimmings. I was wondering if anyone has any exp, rather than internet hearsay, on some good products and could provide links. Oh and its for a 67 Cougar. I know some mustang parts wont fit. Thanks guys!
  15. Classic Talk
    So I got my 69 mustang for my 16th birthday, and have had it for 3 months. I am absolutely in love with it, and it gets a ton of attention. I was driving to my mma class when I was behind this Lincoln SUV on a one laned road. We were both going probably a little over 40. He starts to slow down...
  16. Classic Talk
    Hi all, I just purchased a1965 coupe. I'm new to the whole car thing, I have been doing initial online research and learned a few things, albeit not much. I have a few questions I was hoping you can help me with. Firstly, the vin number has a T in fifth position, yet I was told it has a 289ci...
  17. Introductions
    My name is Bonnie, I'm new to the forum, thanks for having me! I've the mustang for 6 years now, any tips on selling a '65 coupe? Thanks for you time!
  18. Introductions
    I have a Ford Mustang 302 that is Misfiring. It has an aftermarket MSD electronic ignition so it has no points. It was running smooth until I changed the belts and leaky power steering pump. I replaced the spark plugs and checked the wires. It stops misfiring when the engine warms up. But before...
  19. Classic Talk
    Ive got a 65 coupe im restoring. ive rain into a few problems but the guy i bought it from replaced some of the floor pans, the drive shaft, the rear axle, the rear suspension and springs, and the frame rails. now im working on the front and the front frame rails have some bad rust. one part...
  20. Classic Tech
    Hello all I am new to the Forum. I have a 1967 mustang coupe with a 289 and auto transmission, and I must admit im a complete noob when it comes to doing what I want to do. To set the Background I purchased my 1967 mustang in 2007 and would drive it on the weekends. After about a year my...
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