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Old 12-10-2010, 06:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default What parts off a 95 GT will fit a 67 Coupe?

i have a 67 coupe (originally 289 2barrel m3) and a 95 mustang gt donor car. i plan to put the motor and tran in it.

what other parts will fit?

are there any parts on it that'll work to do a disc brake conversion? is it a easy swap?

is it possible to convert the 67 to rear coil springs? or will i have to keep the leaf springs?

will i be using the fuel pump sending unit from the 95? i have to buy a 67 gas tank (mine was missing when i bought it). i doubt the 95 tank will fit on the 67?

i'll be reusing the 95 fuel lines correct?

the rear axles are swappable right? i havent checked to see what rear i have on the 67.
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Old 12-10-2010, 07:06 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Axles are totally different. Probably cheaper to sell the parts off of the 95 and buy a Granada or similar car with the parts you want that will bolt in.
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The 95 and the 67 are pretty much a mismatch.

You can use the block and tranny but that is about it.
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ok, so the spindles on the 95 will just go on my 87.. doing a 5lug conversion on it.
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lots of people (including myself) have or will put a 8.8 in their classic mustangs. it just takes a little fabrication, but nothing too difficult. i bought one that came from a 99 explorer. factory 3.73's, disk brakes, and traction lock. can't beat that deal for $400...

mustang steve sells adapter brackets to use SN95 brakes on a classic. he makes great parts!
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i'm surrounded by u-pull-it junkyards so i'll get everything for the disc brakes easy and cheap
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the disc brake thing is something i'd do last.

i dont have the keys to my 67. i'm wondering how i am gonna start it once i swap the engine/trans.. i can get a new key hole. but how do i run the 95gt wires to the 67 key ignition hole.

theres alot of small things thats are gonna be the hardest. dropping the motor/tran will probably be the easiest for me.
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a better question would be:
after i drop the 95 5.0/tran in the 67... what all do i need to do to get the car finished and running?

run the fuel lines to the trunk
mount the 95 computer
relocate the battery to the right side
mount the fusebox under the engine bay?
run wires to the 67 ignition (any advice on this)?
mount the 95gt fuel pump/sending unit in the 67 tank?
swap the fuse box thats under the 95gt dash?
do i use the 67 radiator or the 95 radiator/fan?
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