Well we know you have been asking for it. You saw some of the initial brake test on Lee’s car and the teaser photos on Facebook. Now that the final testing is done on the track at Texas World Speedway during the Lone Star Roundup, we finally have everything needed to release the install and feedback information. If you have not been following this project, Lee has been on a mission to build the ultimate daily driven road race Fox Body Mustang. Lee Started with Eibach Pro Kit lowering springs, UPR control arms and Tokico shocks and struts in his initial build. Lee knew to build the “ultimate” street/road race Fox, he could not leave the 4 lug stock brakes on the car.
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 have a 1979-93 Mustang Coupe, it’s possible that at some point you may have had one of the tension bars, that holds the trunk up, pop out of the hinge. We had a customer ask us how these tension bars are supposed to look while in the proper location, so we thought we’d take a few pictures showing the proper position. Luckily, we had two fox body coupe Mustangs in our parking lot. One had the rod in place, the other didn’t.