Body Kit 15-Piece Fiberglass Unpainted Coupe/Convertible 1965-1966

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Product Description

Unpainted Fiberglass 15-Piece Body Kit for 1965-1966 Coupe and Convertible Mustangs.

Make your classic Mustang really stand out from the crowd with this uniquely designed body kit. Gain a wider stance and new stylish features all around the car.

Rear bold fender flares have the ground effects combined behind the wheels as a one-piece system for easy installation. The lower side scoops have detailed molded grooves. Unique side skirts provide a convenient place for cutting out the ideal hole for exhaust pipes if running a custom setup. A one-piece upper/lower nose eases installation as well.

Complete the kit with your choice from six different hoods. All hoods are designed specifically for use with this body kit.

Includes 15 total pieces:
- Front Apron
- Two Headlight Buckets
- Hood
- Four Fender Flares
- Two Side Skirts
- Two Lower Quarter Scoops
- Trunk Lid and Pair of Quarter Extensions

Will require prepping, priming and painting prior to installation.

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Body Kit 15-Piece Fiberglass Unpainted Coupe/Convertible 1965-1966 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Fiberglass Kit I've Used I purchased this kit elsewhere before learning about CJ's but figured I'd review anyway. I've done a few fiberglass kits on various cars and this stuff from Fiberglass Specialties is hands down the best I've used and will only use it from now on. WARNING: Fiberglass installs are not for the impatient or weak or heart, but can be done by a garage mechanic with patience and guidance. All parts will need to be sanded and shaped for correct fitment on your car. When you first put them up to the car you'll be freaked out but some marking, sanding, remarking, sanding some more, and patience will make all the parts work flush. You've gotta earn the killer look and it's a very lengthy install process. I would estimate that the full install of this kit, including prep work and mounting took me between 125-150hrs to do correctly, including feathering the molding urethane I used on most parts. The car this kit is on is a show car that will never be driven basically so I bonded all the sections that attach the fiberglass to the metal for a seamless and molded finish. That is not recommended if you plan to drive it often on areas like the fascia. Cracking can occur over time if it's a daily driver. Below is my take on the install. The bumper/fascia was a pain to make work but it has a lot to line up and looks mean when done. The fenders and hood need to be perfectly aligned before you get to the fascia. The trunk was my only major complaint as it was thicker than the original and took some time and patience to get it close. I did have to actually add some fiberglass to it to make it flush with the rear quarters on part of it so it wasn't as easy as the other parts to install. Had to remove the tension bar to make it work too. The trunk caps also took quite a bit of cutting and sanding to make them flush but weren't bad. They come about an inch too long so you can shape them to match your trunk. The fender flares were actually the easiest parts to do and very quick. I used Norton Speed grip to bond them on for the seamless finish. It took minimal sanding and adjusting to get them spot on. The skirts took some time as well but riveting them on the top and bottom and speed gripping them along the fenders and flares gave a great professional looking finish. The side scoops on this kit however are too big and goofy looking for my taste. They still look good but personally they're too big for the car I think. They took a lot of work and time to make them line up and look right too. They bolt from the inside and you'll have to drill two new holes in the car to mount them as they don't use the three holes already there. I speed gripped the outer perimeter as well and they look seamless now but they weren't even close at first. The best part of this kit? The hood. Most hoods for any car in fiberglass are a pain to work with. This hood (I got the 67 style) took 10mins to make it work right which is incredible and a big kudus to Fiberglass Specialties. I had to sand a little off the sides near the headlight bucket area/fascia as the mold was wider there than anywhere else. But with proper fender alignment the hood fit perfectly and looks great. You will need to remove the hood springs and get a prop rod though, as well as drill the holes for hood pins to secure it. I plan to post some of the install vids I made and information about this kit before and after on Youtube at some point. Any questions you may have, an honest opinion from someone not affiliated with the company, or even some photos, shoot me an email at
Date published: 2015-02-25
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Product Questions


what kind of chassis will it fit?

Asked by: johnmoore
It will fit any 1965-1966 Mustang coupe or convertible.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-04-20
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