66 Mustang Restoration
One would wonder if it wasnt a fastback would it be worth it.
You have come a long way keep up the great work.SSig_goodjob
Hoof beats are louder than Heartbeats.

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Finally got the floor pan in and fitted. I have read the skepticism of fitting a full floor pan through either a door or window without cutting the floor. Well, I can confirm the floor does fit through the front windshield opening without cutting and with 2 people of course. Almost time to start shopping for a suspension and get the car back on wheels.


Serious dedication! Looking good! Thmbsup
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Welcome all Mach1 enthusiasts were glad your here! Jump on in and spread all the knowledge you can.Rockxtreme

Current Vehicles:
2015 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic
2014 Ford F150 Platinum 4x4 5.0
2013 Shelby GT500 SVT 20th Anniversary Edition
2013 Mustang GT 5.0
2007 Kawasaki Brute Force 750i 4x4
2006 Kawasaki Brute Force 750i 4x4
2006 Yamaha Raptor 700R
1979 Pontiac Trans Am

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My Mustang just used the gas your Prius saved. Thanks!

Phoenix Arizona
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Great progress.

Well done.
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Southern Arizona
Current Mustangs:
1973 Mach 1

1971 Mustang Grande
1965 Mustang
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looks good keep the ball rollin can't wait to see more updates !SSig_goodjob2
The Mach 1 may be reborn !!!!

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Norfolk, Virginia
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Garage :
2003 Torch Red Mustang Mach 1
5-spd Gears
(Almost Mint Condition 92,XXX miles
JLT Ram Air Intake
BBK 65MM Throttle Body
Exedy Stage 3 Clutch
Ford Racing 4:10 Gears
SCT Custom Bama Performance Tune
Eibach Pro 1.5" Lowering Kit
SLP Loumouth II Xpipe & Catback Exhaust
American Muscle FR500 Rims 18"x10"(Rear)18"x9"(Front)
With Falken Super Grip Racing Tires
Minor Cosmetic Upgrades on Interior and Engine Dress Up Kits)

1986 Burgundy Oldsmobile Cutlass Salon w/ velour interior A/T
(MINT Condition 87,XXX miles All Original)

2006 White Ford F150 A/T (MINT Condition 60,XXX miles)


Hey guys...thanks for all the positive feedback and encouragement. I promise I will post more pictures soon.

Although I didn't attach a photo of the finished work, I finally got the one piece floor fitted and welded in. It was definitely more work than I originally thought but the end result was well worth the investment.

In retrospect. it's hard to believe I picked up this car up off Craigslist for a mere $1,800. I remember driving 250 miles to see the car only to walk away because of the amount of work it needed. Driving back home and reflecting back on the car, I turned around bit the bullet and purchased the car. I remember hauling the car back racing against a New England snow storm and thinking to myself this was the biggest mistake I ever made. Looking back in hindsight I have no regrets.

I am extremely happy with the progress so far and I want acknowledge my friend who has guided me through this restoration process. Thanks man.


Great retrospect and glad to hear you have no regrets!

The progress is great.
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Southern Arizona
Current Mustangs:
1973 Mach 1

1971 Mustang Grande
1965 Mustang
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Here are some additional pictures of my progress on my 66 fastback restoration. I prepped the floor below the seat riser with red oxide primer and weld through primer then plugged welded the risers to the tunnel and rocker panel first. Then I fitted the seats to check for proper operation moving back and forth. Everything works good so I will finish welding to the floor tomorrow.

A little behind schedule but hoping to have a rolling chassis by Thanksgiving. I was able to purchase about 95% of the suspension and hope to be installing soon. Unfortunately, my day job keeps getting in the way of my progress.


Great job on the restoration!!! I give you props on the welding. I have always wanted to learn and my neighbor said when we get back he is going to give me a few lessons. Great progress on the 66! Just curious if you thought of a color/color-combo you are going to paint it one day?
Current Car:
1973 Mach 1 'Q' code Automatic= "gg" Glow Gold for short SCo_hmmthink

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