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12/03/2014 2:26 PM  #1

My 1968 Mustang Coupe (Work in Progress)

Here is my 1968 Mustang, its in the garage so I don't have great pictures of it yet.

390, C6, Aftermarket AC, March Serpentine System, Aluminuim Radiator, Elect Fan, Power Steering, Power Brakes, 9" Rear, 67 Interior including console (didn't like the puffy 68 cushiony interior). Dyno 380 Hp, 485 FP at Flywheel.

I have done extensive work to this one, New complete floorboards, Fender Aprons, Radiator Support, And Both Rear Fenders. Changed entire front suspension, and rear end. Replaced the entire interior to include upper console, lower consore, glow guages, aftermarket radio and amps (sounds really good) new seat upholstery, carpet, bezels, dash, Put all the windows in myself, changed the non-tinted windows to tinted windows, etc.

Ice Blue Metallic Paint with Wimbledon White Stripes, full outside trim package.

She should be a looker!

Front View of motor

Side view of motor.

Last edited by fgsjeff (12/03/2014 2:35 PM)

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12/06/2014 10:56 AM  #2

Re: My 1968 Mustang Coupe (Work in Progress)

Sweet, talk about filling up the engine bay! 

John  -- 67 Mustang Coupe 390 5 speed

12/06/2014 1:26 PM  #3

Re: My 1968 Mustang Coupe (Work in Progress)

Looking real good Jeff!!


12/07/2014 5:19 PM  #4

Re: My 1968 Mustang Coupe (Work in Progress)

Looker and a screamer!  Wow! Nice job

65 mustang coupe, 351W, C6-  2800 stall, B&M blower, 9inch- trac-loc 3.70 gears

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