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
Most people geek out over horsepower figures, but as you’re about to find out, you don’t drive the engine dyno *Part 6 of our East
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
Jeff Melnychuk’s 1963 Corvette project car will never be original. So he set out to perfect its restoration without detracting from its appeal or value.
It doesn’t matter what you put into a project car, like Jeff Melnychuk’s 1970 Plymouth. If the stance is not right, the car is not
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
There’s a putty, glaze, primer, glue, sealer, top coat, welding wire, clearcoat, tape, undercoat and masking paper for every job. And that can add up
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