NEW! Dash Pad, Door Panels 1969 Ford Mustang Restoration Part 53 Laurel Mountain Mustang
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Huge thanks to Laurel Mountain Mustang and Dashes Direct. Featured in the video,are the new Ford Tooling 1969 Mustang Dash Pad and 1969 Mustang Deluxe Door Panels in black. The lower dash has now been fully detailed and repainted and is awaiting re-installation.
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1969 Mustang Deluxe Door Panels
About Laurel Mountain Mustang from their website in owner Kevin Mills own words, a true Mustanger! " Laurel Mountain Mustang opened in 1989, but began with the love of the Mustang when I bought my 1967, 289 Clearwater Aqua Coupe with a black vinyl top. I restored this car, then bought another, and another, and another, and it snowballed into a full-time business. We know the Mustangs inside and out and we wish to help you with your Mustang needs -- from engine, fuel system, exhaust systems, heating, cooling, drivetrain, body, suspension, wheels, brakes, convertible items, books, stripes, decals, etc."
Follow along on as this 1969 Ford Mustang M code ( 351 4 barrel) car goes though a cosmetic and mechanical restoration. This California, DSO 71 ( Los Angeles) black plate 1969 Coupe is loaded with options as verified by the Marti Report Originally sold at Fred Hauter Ford in Montrose CA( now closed) this car has remained in Southern California it's whole life. It was built in June of 1969 as is only 1 of 7 M code, Deluxe interior coupes. It came with the following options: 351 Windsor 4 barrel, FMX auto trans, Electric Clock, Wide Oval belted tires, Power front disc brakes, Power Steering, Air conditioning, AM\FM stereo, Interior Decor Group( think Mach 1 and Grande but with a bench seat),Tinted Glass, Argent Styled steel wheels( same as the GT and Mach for 69). The car is an unusual coupe and worthy of some attention.
The plan is to return the car to it's original Royal Maroon Paint-3059-A. Follow along for an in-dept series on the preservation and restoration of this cool 69.