1973 Mustang Project SportsRoof – Interior Walk-Through

Welcome back to the #ProjectSportsRoof.   As the discovery process continues we move to the interior.   Now each area of the car (engine, body, interior, undercarriage) I’m conducting an inventory, gathering all items that need to be replaced or missing and the work that needs to be done.

Here is a quick run through the interior:


Just a note:  I not a camera guy, these are filmed with my Android (sometimes my IPhone) so these are the greats shots.  But they will be improving as I learn the art of digital editing.

From these videos I’ll end up with a list of everything – discovered (there will me more).  From this list, I’ll be able to build the project plan and with tasked ordered in what is hopefully a logical approach, with the goal of keeping it on the road as much as possible.

Thanks for reading and please feel free to drop a comment or two.




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3 Responses to 1973 Mustang Project SportsRoof – Interior Walk-Through

  1. Bill says:

    BTW, a friend of mine upgrades the factory clock to quartz movements. Did a great job on my friends 1959 El Camino.

  2. Bill says:

    I like it I like it I like it!
    Gid rid of that steering wheel….would rather have the factory wheel.

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