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Posted on 08. Jan, 2013 by Matt.
A few weeks ago, we upgraded the interior lighting on a 1967 Mustang coupe, demonstrating how big a difference new, brighter lights can make over the factory’s notoriously dim lights. Today, we’re showing you how to fix another dim lighting issue: The single bulb taillights on a 1967 Mustang. If you get behind a 1967 [...]
Posted on 04. Jan, 2013 by Matt.
Quite a few Mustang enthusiasts have owned a Fox Body Mustang at some point in their lives, but not everyone has realized that the Fox Body is now over 20 years old. With that age can come a good bit of rust, so Dynacorn jumped in to supply a solution, with a floor pan that [...]
Posted on 02. Jan, 2013 by Matt.
When restoring a classic Mustang, you’re going to want the highest quality parts, at the most reasonable prices so your Mustang looks awesome, but you’re also not bankrupt at the end of the process. When it comes to a glove box door for a 1965-1966 Mustang, there’s really only two choices: A cheaper standard reproduction [...]
Posted on 31. Dec, 2012 by Matt.
Like anything on a nearly 50 year old automobile, the kick panels in your classic Mustang can wear out. While a number of reproductions are available, Scott Drake’s 1965-1968 Kick Panels rise above the rest. Scott Drake offers their kick panels for 1965-1968 Mustangs in four versions: 1965-1966 Coupe/Fastback 1965-1966 Convertible 1967-1968 Coupe/Fastback 1967-1968 Convertible [...]
Posted on 31. Dec, 2012 by Matt.
Have you replaced the courtesy lights on the interior rear quarter panel of your 1969-1970 Mustang? If not, when the time comes to replace them, you’ll definitely want to order Scott Drake’s interior courtesy light versus the standard reproduction, as the Scott Drake product is superior in most every way. Here’s just a few of [...]
Posted on 27. Dec, 2012 by Matt.
The stock lighting in most early Mustangs is notoriously dim and can be very ineffective. However, for the interior, Scott Drake has a perfect solution: A LED lighting kit! Fixing weak headlights and taillights on classic Mustangs is rather easy, with dozens of more powerful aftermarket options available, with many even utilizing the factory wiring. [...]
Posted on 26. Dec, 2012 by Matt.
Beyond basic bolt-on modifications, it can be a challenge to extract additional power from modern, computer controlled Mustangs. With this tuner, CJ Pony Parts and SCT give you another option. For a 1996-2013 Mustang, SCT’s X3 Tuner is going to be exactly what you want for an easy power boost. For a stock Mustang GT [...]
Posted on 21. Dec, 2012 by Matt.
Are you looking for the perfect shift knob for your custom Mustang? Try a CJ Shift Knob. It’ll look amazing! CJ Pony Parts offers the perfect custom CJ Shift Knob for any Mustang, from 1965-2013. We have just few options for you to choose from: 13 Different Colors With or without a Shift Pattern With [...]
Posted on 20. Dec, 2012 by Matt.
As you’re upgrading the upholstery in your Mustang, don’t forget to replace the seat foam. CJ Pony Parts and TMI always recommend replacing the seat foam with any upholstery upgrade, and here’s why. While any of TMI’s upholstery products can nicely upgrade the look of your Mustang, replacing the upholstery only fixes half of the [...]