|Budget Restomod Mustang||
This was a great project. A great improvement
Did you know that Dynamat has a cut to fit kit for '65/'66 mustangs? Well let me tell you a story....
Nice and tidy.
You have to have tunes! This turned out much better than I thought it would.
This project is done and worth every penny. You won't believe where I got the materials, how easy it was, and how good it works!
I have nicer carpet in my car than I do in my house.
My door sills were in pretty bad shape.
I am going to give it a try. How hard can it be? So I have started this but now I am not sure I am going to continue. Here is what I have done so far.
I kind of killed mine while doing some other work. It always squeaked anyway.
Standard Bucket Seat Rebuilds
I still have a set of stock bucket seats. They are in horrible shape. Not sure if they will become standard buckets, pony buckets, or a sport seat conversion. We will see how it goes.
A forum friend came up with this and I'm going to install it. Should add some light and color to the dash
WOW. What a learning experience. I enjoyed this project and knowing that I did this one myself was a big step for me.
I wanted POR-15 but I ended up with this stuff in stead. I am impressed.
A super easy project where the hardest thing you have to do is decide where to put it.
Just some nice things to have around
This was so easy
I wanted something nicer than the Simple Radio Delete Panel. This works pretty well.
Little money, Big difference!
I was on my way to making some new custom door panels but the darling wife and kids insisted I go with these.
One of the most expensive things I think I have bought for the mustang. So worth it. Under Construction
I went a cut the dash! I wish I did this the first time.