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Hello to all. I have been looking for a forum for about a month, and settled on this one. I have a 1966 Mustang Coupe, and a getting a 1965 Coupe.

I have been searching for a classic car for several years, and really wasn't looking at the older Mustangs. I picked up the 66 about 2 years ago sitting in a junk yard. It has a straight 6 engine and pretty solid body. I am going to restore it this year. It will be a driver for me, the wife and probably the sons,(gasp). I need fenders and hood, that is about it for body parts. I don't know alot about Mustangs, that is why I joined.

The 1965 I just bought, haven't seen it yet. Body needs work, 289 engine, I will update you when I pick it up.

Well that is about all for now, let me know if anyone has parts for these cars.
thanks. I am going to explore the forum now.
 

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Hello.:)Welcome.You'll find that, for the most part, parts for the old Mustangs are very reasonably priced in comparison to most vintage cars.The cars aren't tremendously complicated to work on either.With a good set of basic hand tools and a couple of things like a torque wrench, timing light and volt meter a person that is mechanically inclined can easily perform most repair operations.Good luck on your new cars, and again, welcome.:)
 

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Welcome to the site! We've been working on our son's 65 289 auto. off and on for almost 3 years. It's drivable,and I trust her, but she has issues still. I wish we had known about this site from the beginning! Good luck to you, and keep us POSTED!
 
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