Miranda and Travis are adding the Sound Deadener, and it’s a messy job. they work pretty well together, though.
Shawn spent hours cleaning the engine prior to reassembly, but we thought it looked better this way.
We’re done with the old donor Mustang, so it’s on the way to the scrap yard. Watch us load it up in typical Redneck Garage style.
Turning fleece into plastic takes a good bit of work. Follow along as the process moves forward.
Wayne continues his demonstration of how to fabricate a hardliner in this video, with help from Travis and Mama Kathy.
We’re going to do something very special with this car, and it involves building a custom hard headliner, rather than using the original fabric one. Fabrication is Wayne’s specialty, and in this video he begins demonstrating just how this process takes place.
As we showed you before, we’re replacing the stock 289 with a 1986 Lincoln 302. We tested the engine while it was still in the Lincoln, but now it’s time for it to be rebuilt. Shawn explains the entire teardown process as he gets it ready to become new again.
Even though this Mustang isn’t going to be the most powerful car on the road, we want to make sure it’s safe. To us, that means converting it to front disc brakes. Shawn explains the entire process in this video.