If you like to drive more than turning wrenches, why would you want a shell sitting around the garage for five years sucking your wallet
1965 Mustang Rebuild: In Part 7 in our series on rebuilding a 1965 Mustang, Jeff Melnychuk throws out the rear suspension and starts all over.
Rear suspension: 1965 Mustang needs its rear end narrowed, which may seem extreme, but stance is everything. In Part 6 of his series on rebuilding
In Part 5 of his series on rebuilding a 1965 Mustang, Jeff Melnychuk advises: If the wheels you want won’t fit, there might be an economical
Just because your brakes are bigger doesn’t mean your vehicle stops better Part 4 of Jeff Melnychuk’s series on rebuilding a 1965 Mustang. So
*Part 3 in Jeff Melnychuk’s series on rebuilding a 1965 Mustang. In case you’re all weirded out by my continued badgering about safety, there are
*Part 2 in Jeff Melnychuk’s series on rebuilding a 1965 Ford Mustang Even when it’s meticulously restored with all new parts, it’s still an old
Well, look at that freshly restored 55-year-old Mustang. Just look at it. It sparkles. It’s new, and it’s painted an eyeball-melting red. But even on
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