logosmall
 
GSM# 000716
fast64
GS Newbie

107

points

Body work

updated: Jun 22nd 2005 @ 10:10 PM


[ click to enlarge ]



Make sure you check out page 2 for my blown EFI 5.0, t5 swap!

This is my 1964 1/2 Mustang coupe. I bought it when I was 16 with black paint and a red interior and drove it every day for 8 months until I got in a wreck and found out my left quarter panel was made completely of bondo. I began to strip off the black paint and welded on a new quarter panel and replaced other damaged parts. I decided to do some body work while I was in primer so I installed a Shelby R front apron and molded the 1/4 extensions to the 1/4 panels. I also shaved the door handles, key holes, fuel filler door, antenna, rocker trim, drip rails, emblems, 1/4 ornaments, reverse lights, mirrors and probably a million other little things. I also hid some wires in the engine compartment.


[ click to enlarge ]


[ click to enlarge ]



[ click to enlarge ]


[ click to enlarge ]



[ click to enlarge ]


[ click to enlarge ]



[ click to enlarge ]


[ click to enlarge ]




Next Page


 
Page Listing
Body work2890 views
Engine Swap1842 views
Previous Stangs655 views

Last 3 User Comments
n4aride
Mar 6th, 2008 @ 9:25 PM


“”

got ya ranked. when you get a chance stop by and check out my 03 GT.

Thecarphotoguy1
Dec 2nd, 2007 @ 4:04 PM


“”

I'm so impressed with the work you've done installing the centrigral S/C and getting it into your 64 1/2 that I nominated you for Best Engine in the Classic Division! This is a new catagory I recommended to 'J' so some new blood could compete in this division! I'd suggest you take a picture of the new engine in your 'Stang and put it as the first picture in your Website! Let 'em see that cool mill right up front! LOL

Bullockracing
Apr 21st, 2007 @ 8:11 PM


“” Nice Stang!!!  Ranked ya big!!!  Hit me back when you get a chance!!!



Advertise With GS!
 
Fuel your mustang love.
Leaderboards
gotstang owns

© 2004-2015 Gostang.com

All product names are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies

gotstang.com is not affiliated with Ford Motor Company