That door has way to much arch in my opinion.
Forgot about those guys. They have been around for ever.
Haha, that makes 2 of us.
Looks neat. Good luck. I have never seen one, not even for sale.
DO NOT buy from Ebay. Summit, Jegs, Ford Racing are all good. Sometimes you can snag free shipping and a warranty.
I had one done at a local muffler shop pretty cheap with all mandrel bent aluminized pipe and flowmasters.
crate motor with a warranty. lol. seriously, what are your intentions with the car?
Were you able to get the cowl off in one piece?
pics? sounds like it might be home made
Give me a day or two to do some homework and I will see what I can find.
I would call Moser. More than likely, you will need new u joints and straps at the end. Hopefully, that won't change the length too much by removing...
You qould have been fine with an OEM clutch but, you are fine with what you have.
Taco Tuesdays at Moe's is hard to beat!
Oh, when you said going to the strip I though...well, never mind, just have fun and let us know how you do.
Yes, it is the coin tray. National parts depot or any other mustang restoration source.
I think I might try this out as well whenever I get around to my 65.
Just try em both out. If one of them work, cool. If not, you care going to have one made.
Measure from the pinion flange to the tailhousing of the tranny. then, measure how much the output shaft sticks out. double check to your driveshaft....
Once you can get it out you can go to the hardware store and match up the threads and length and get a standard bolt with a small lock washer and you...
wierd. sounds like a wiring issue. im lost man.