A Rare 69 Shelby at the 45th Anniversary in Birmingham, AL
I took these pictures of a beautifully restored Shelby on display in Birmingham be... Show morecause I'm planning to simulate the Shelby interior (sans the Shelby emblems) in my Mach 1. I already have a Shelby style roll bar with the correct boots, and my console has the Shelby/Cougar style lid. I'm planning to add a 140mph speedo, the reproduction Shelby console insert, and the correct wiring for the gauges in the console now that they're available in reproduction. I took some close up pics of a Shelby interior and under the hood to use as a reference when putting everything together.
Hydraulic clutch lever
OK, this is a shameless knock off from Modern Drive Line's hydraulic clutch kit, but I have no intention to market it. Since I al... Show moreready had the hydraulics installed and working, I only needed the mechanical pieces to make a working copy of the MDL kit. If you have already installed a master and hydraulic throwout bearing, this is worth adding to the system. If you haven't, do yourself a favor and buy the kit from MDL. The difference in pedal effort is phenomenal.
Page 10 June 2010, Carolina Motorsports ParkThis year's Mustang vacation was a 500 mile road trip to Carolina Motorsports Park in Kershaw, SC where the C... Show morearolina Regional Mustang Club hosted the 10th annual Performance Driving School. The driving school provided a check list of things to be inspected, and required that your car be inspected prior to showing up at the track. I took my car to a local shop called "Staging Lanes" that has a good reputation for working on performance cars. Most of the cars they work on are late model Mustangs, but they work on just about anything including old muscle cars. Show Less
Here you can see where the ammeter gauge connects to the alternator output. Although I am using a voltmeter instead of an ammeter, I want to use t... Show morehe heavy gauge wiring connected directly to the alternator output so I don't read the voltage drop of turning anything on inside. Using an under dash 22 gauge source for power detects the voltage drop on anything I turn on such as lights or the blower fan. Show Less