Those vents looks close, but the ones on the car look lower profile, and are sort of “swept back” kind of look. In any event, I’ll probably clean them up nice and paint them.sfhess wrote: ↑12 Oct 2017, 14:29Those vents look like they came off a 66 Chevelle SS.BigNuge wrote: ↑11 Oct 2017, 19:31Thanks for the welcome guys....I’m looking forward to the project!
Yeah, those have been on there since I’ve known the car. Not sure if dad got it that way, or put them on after. I’m not a huge fan of them, but that’s how dad had it, so I might just keep them like you said. They are aluminum, and they do a good job of covering the holes in the hood (assuming this car once had a scoop or something on it).1967 S Code wrote: ↑10 Oct 2017, 08:41Jim I'm enjoying the read and pictures so far. Keep the updates coming. It's awesome that your son is helping. It will build memories that will last a lifetime. In reference to your hood, what type of custom vents are those? I'd keep them in place if your father installed them.
I was wondering, how difficult is a disc brake upgrade up front? That is something I’ve always planned on doing...just not sure what that is going to involve.
For a disc brake conversion: http://www.discbrakeswap.com/Mustang%20 ... TALOG.html
Thanks for the info on the disc swap!