Classic Mustang Buying Guides
Turning a six-cylinder classic Mustang into a V8 is a popular conversion. If you've got a great classic Mustang but just wish it had two more cylinders here are all of the necessary components and steps. Whether you want a period correct conversion or a more modern solution, we've evaluated some of the most popular engine choices.
There are many decisions to make when you’re replacing your first generation Mustang’s tires and wheels. Whether you’re interested in what tires your Mustang would have come with, or what tires will fit on your original wheels, this guide includes all of the information about the first generation Mustang’s tires and wheels.
From casual passersby to extremely critical show judges, having a vintage Mustang that has a properly painted engine is sure to impress. Whether you’re restoring a motor from the ground up or just want to apply a fresh coat of paint, check out this guide to find the ideal color for every component.
Finding the perfect 1965-1973 Mustang can be extremely difficult. You need to know what you’re looking for, but also what’s out there. Once you’ve narrowed down your year range, options, and acceptable conditions, you’ll have a variety of places to look, each with its own pros and cons. Here are all the things you should look for in your first classic Mustang.
Fixing up the interior of your Mustang is an important part of the restoration process. Though reupholstering your Mustang's seats takes a lot of patience, it's an installation that's worth the effort. These are the steps to follow as well as some of our best tips and tricks for getting a perfect install.
If you’re trying to figure out exactly what interior options were available for your first-generation Mustang, this chart should help. We’ve compiled everything we know about the first-generation Mustang’s seats and interiors.