50 Best Vintage Mustang Bolt-Ons
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They're called bolt-ons because essentially they're simple to install. It's a bit of an automotive misnomer because in many cases there are a few more steps required, such as drilling holes in the right places or correctly wiring anything electrical. For some parts, bolts aren't even needed; we suppose you could call those parts screw-ons or even clip-ons. This month's cover car, a clone of a '67 Shelby GT500, was created primarily with bolt-on parts. 


However they install, bolt-ons are designed to improve your vintage Mustang, whether they were originally factory options or accessories, or brand-new restomod-style parts from today's aftermarket manufacturers. Over the next few pages, we're taking a look at some of the more popular bolt-ons for '65-'73 Mustangs to give you some ideas for improving your ride.

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A good quick reference post.

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