Mustang 1964 1/2 - 73 Restoration Guide

Author: Tom Corcoran,Earl Davis

Publisher: Motorbooks

ISBN: 9780760305522

Category: Transportation

Page: 448

View: 8344

This ultimate book of knowledge on Ford's famous pony car has been updated to include all models through 1973. A technical reference source for an authentic restoration, judging parts and options originality, and deciphering serial numbers and data plate codes. Packed with 1,000+ photos, this book covers all first-generation Mustangs, from the earliest 1964 1/2 and 1965 models up through 1973.

Mustang 1964 1/2-1968

Author: Tom Corcoran

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781610591041

Category:

Page: N.A

View: 1910

Mustang Restoration Handbook

Author: Don Taylor,Tom Wilson

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9780895864024

Category: Transportation

Page: 176

View: 8854

Ground up or section by section, this guide will show you how to restore your 1965-70 Mustang to like-new condition. Packed with dozens of identification charts and more than 450 photos and drawings. the guide covers year-by-year equipment changes and disassembly and assembly. A Mustang suppliers list is a bonus.

How to Build Ford Restomod Street Machines

Classic Looks with Modern Performance!

Author: Tony E. Huntimer

Publisher: CarTech Inc

ISBN: 1932494030

Category: Transportation

Page: 144

View: 422

How to Build Ford Restomod Street Machines shows you how to modify your vintage Ford to accelerate, stop, corner, and ride as good as - if not better than - Detroit's best new high-performance cars. Don't subject your classic Ford to a life of garage time, trailer rides, outdated factory-original performance, and the occasional Sunday cruise - build it to run hard. Author Tony Huntimer uses over 300 photos to show you how to upgrade your engine, drivetrain, chassis, suspension, body, and interior to make your ride a stand-out performer using factory and aftermarket parts. He even covers many Ford-specific upgrades, including the Granada brake swap and the popular Shelby Mod.

Mustang

1964 1/2 thru 1970

Author: Jay Storer

Publisher: Haynes Manuals N. America, Incorporated

ISBN: 9781563929571

Category: Transportation

Page: 320

View: 613

Haynes Mustang Restoration Guide for 1964-1/2 thru 1970 provides you with everything you need to know to take this classic from shed to showroom. Step-by-step procedures are combined with nearly 1,000 color photographs to guide you through the entire process.

Mustang, 1964 1/2-1973

Author: Mike Mueller

Publisher: Motorbooks International

ISBN: 9780760307342

Category: Transportation

Page: 168

View: 7661

Modern color photography and period sales literature recalls Mustang's most collectible model years. Examines Lee Iaccoca's role, the phenomenal sales figures, model changes, and associations with race legends like Carroll Shelby.

Mustang Recognition Guide, 1965-1973

A Year-by-year, Model-by-model, Review of Ford's Fabulous Mustang in Pictorial Detail

Author: Larry Dobbs,Jerry Heasley,Rick Kopec

Publisher: Motorbooks International

ISBN: 9780962490828

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 226

View: 5059

How to Restore Your Mustang 1964 1/2-1973

Author: Frank Bohanan

Publisher: CarTech Inc

ISBN: 1932494960

Category: Transportation

Page: 192

View: 412

In the past, restoration guides have provided authenticity information, such as accurate paint codes, badges, wheels, and other equipment. A bona fide hands-on how-to book for restoring your Mustang from the ground up has not been offered for years. This unique guide will cover the restoration process for every major component group and also provide detailed step-by-step restoration information for the most important procedures. With clear, insightful color photography to accompany this how-to information, any at-home restorer can confidently restore a car and save a substantial amount of money in the process. While restomod books have shown how to install latest technology on vintage muscle cars, this book will focus on factory-accurate restorations, and some simple bolt-on upgrades that do not detract from the collector value but rather enhance the reliability and performance of the car. How to Restore Your Mustang 1964-1/2-1973delivers a detailed explanation for finding the right model, how to assess condition, how to spot a fake, and how to select the right car within your budget. In addition, the book will cover how to plan, prepare, and select the right tools. This unique guide will cover the restoration process for every major component group and also provide detailed step-by-step restoration information for the most important procedures. The latest techniques and best restoration products for each system will be discussed and detailed. Also, the book discusses how to source parts and what you need to consider between new/old stock and reproduction parts. Readers will also learn how to determine if a certain task is best left for a professional shop. All crucial aspects of restoration, including engines, drivelines, body, interior, trim, electrical systems, brakes, steering, and suspension will be profiled.

Project Mustang

The Step-by-Step Restoration of a Popular Vintage Car

Author: Larry Lyles

Publisher: i5 Publishing

ISBN: 1620080141

Category: Transportation

Page: 192

View: 6296

Project Mustang is a complete guide to restoring America’s favorite muscle car, written by auto-restoration guru Larry Lyles, a regular contributor to Auto Restorer magazine. In this detailed 23-chapter volume, Lyles walks the car owner from the in-depth inspection of the vehicle and the beginning of the teardown to re-covering the seats and replacing the frame rail…and every step in between. The car restored for the project in the book is a 1968 California Special Mustang. The chapter titles themselves speak for what a straightforward DIY manual Lyles has written, as he details the step-by-step procedure of bringing a very cool rod back to life. Beginning the teardown, exterior and interior; repairing the sheet metal, door, and deck up; removing the major parts (driveshaft, engine, transmission, front suspension, steering system, etc.); removing old point and replacing rust floors; no-weld rust repair; perfecting the metal; working with plastic body filler; priming and sanding; refinishing the components and underside, the door, interior, trunk, and body; wiring the car and installing the doors; applying the coatings, rebuilding the suspension, and installing the brake lines; installing the vinyl top cover, the headliner, and the glass; rebuilding and installing the engine; installing the front sheet metal, emblems, bumpers, stripes, carpet, and console; re-covering the seats; and replacing the frame rails. Each step in every chapter is photographed as the author progresses along, with captions to spell out exactly what has to happen. The book offers helpful advice about choice of tools and tips to make even beginners feel confident about tackling the many steps involved. With nearly forty years experience in repairing, rebuilding, and restoring classic cars (and lots of non-classic ones!), Lyles emphasizes the reader’s need to organize his or her project by determining the course of the project, researching suppliers, making lists of parts and their conditions, creating spreadsheets of estimated and actual costs, and photographing each component as a reference for later in case the restoration goes off track. Each chapter ends with a “notes” page for the reader to record his or her progress, making this manual a practical workbook as well. When the reader gets to the final pages of the book and reads the sections “Start the Engine” and “Test Drive the Car,” there will be a true sense of accomplishment. An appendix of part suppliers and an index complete the book.

Race Car Design

Author: Derek Seward

Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education

ISBN: 1137030151

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 288

View: 4169

Based on the principles of engineering science, physics and mathematics, but assuming only an elementary understanding of these, Race Car Design masterfully explains the theory and practice of the subject. Bringing together key topics, including the chassis frame, tyres, suspension, steering and brakes, this is the first text to cover all the essential elements of race car design in one student-friendly textbook. Race Car Design: - Features a wealth of illustrations, including a full-colour plate section - Demonstrates the important role of computer tools - Uses dozens of clear examples and calculations to illustrate both theory and practical applications - Is written by an experienced author, known for his engaging and accessible style This book is an ideal accompaniment for motorsport engineering students and is the best possible resource for those involved in Formula Student/FSAE. It is also a valuable guide for practising car designers and enthusiasts.