LatemodelRestoration.com is proud to announce Standard shipping to Canada. We’ve been hard at work nailing down our shipping agreements to construct a shipping policy that is light on the pocket books for our friends from the north. LatemodelRestoration.com is committed to providing our Canadian customers the best quality parts with industry leading customer service AND NOW shipping cost that won’t break the bank.
Everyone who has ever owned a 1999-2004 Ford Mustang GT or V6 has had to stare at the ugly stock Mustang honeycomb grille. In 2003 the Mustang Mach 1 arrived and brought a nice little change to the front of the 99-04 Mustang face. Quickly the Mustang Mach 1 Grille Delete became one of the most popular and inexpensive mods you could make to your Mustang.
If you have owned a 94-98 Mustang with some serious mileage on it, you have probably experienced your odometer stop working. If so you need the Latemodel Restoration odometer gear repair kit. If your odometer has stopped working just rest assured that this is an easy, cheap and quick fix. I had to replace these gears on both my 1996 and 1998 Mustangs. You simple need to remove the speedometer assembly from the dash and follow the steps below. Below you will find printer friendly PDF version of the instructions to the odmeter gear repair kit.
If you own a 1999-04 Ford SVT Lightning that gets driven, you’re starting to see wear on your precious leather and suede upholstery. The two-tone gray and black leather and suede 60/40 seat is one of the options that makes your Lightning’s interior unique and comfortable. Until now, Lightning owners with worn-out, burned or stained factory seats had to resort to expensive interior shops or wrecking yards to replace their seat. Finally, there is an affordable, OEM quality replacement available from Latemodel Restoration Supply.
Have you ever looked down at your tires in the morning and notice they are getting low on pressure? Did you check the tire for a nail or screw just to find nothing? Well did you know that compressed air actually can leak out of your tires because its molecular structure is so small?