Tag Archives: Styling
Posted on 08. Apr, 2013 by Matt.
You’ve seen it featured in our installation videos a few times. You even saw Bill find the original build sheet under the dash during the recent Retro Sound radio install. It’s a beautiful dark blue 1967 Mustang convertible with black interior and it’s owned by Doug, who manages all of CJ’s eBay sales. Doug’s Mustang, [...]
Posted on 04. Feb, 2013 by Matt.
Next time you’re driving your classic Mustang, glance at the gauges. Are they working? Accurate? Can you see them well at night? Do they look good? If you answered “no” to any of these questions, check out the new gauges from Classic Instruments! Classic Instruments makes full gauge cluster replacements for 1965-1968 Mustangs in eight [...]
Posted on 28. Jan, 2013 by Matt.
Back in 1969 & 1970, rear window louvers were popular options for Mustangs. Today, they’re even more popular, so many owners, including CJ’s, are adding them to Mustangs that weren’t equipped. The 1969-1970 Fastback Rear Window Louver Kit is painted black and looks about as close to the original, factory rear window louvers from 1969-1970 [...]
Posted on 25. Jan, 2013 by Matt.
We’re guessing that many of you have a selection of cleaning and detailing supplies stored away somewhere in your house, and you don’t mind giving up a few hours to fully clean and detail your Mustang. But, after that, do you just let it sit and collect dirt and dust? Protect your Mustang and your [...]
Posted on 24. Jan, 2013 by Matt.
Did you know that, in the late 60s, Ford offered four different gas caps for the Mustang? One of the most popular was a Pop Open Gas Cap, which we’re installing on our new Mustang project car. Our 1969 Mustang Mach 1 project car is new to CJ’s. As you can see in the video, [...]
Posted on 16. Jan, 2013 by Matt.
With the lowered stance and front splitter, Gotta Have It Street already looked pretty aggressive. We just weren’t done. Now we’ve added a Roush Side Skirt and Rear Splitter. Originally, we lowered Gotta Have It Street using an Eibach Pro-Street S Coil-Over Damper Kit. Next, we added a Roush Front Splitter to the car late [...]
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 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 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 [...]