Wow, can I ever empathize with everyone. Bought my '67 coupe in May 2012 drove it home and into my garage and it has been in there ever since. Ran out of gas getting it home (gage wiring issue). Defroster didn't work (plenum gone). While working on the defroster and gas gage I saw the condition of the wiring. YIKES! A rats nest. Forty-five year old wiring had been chopped in to, spliced and the insulation was hardened and falling off. Ripped out all the wiring and installed an AAW harnes from front to back. That allowed me to run brighter lights, electric fan, third brake light, and so on. Ripped out the interior (except for headliner). Cleaned the floor pans and brushed on a good coat of Bill Hirsch magic paint. Dropped in a new gas tank and tank armor. Added steel behind the rear seat, a new steering wheel, etc. She is almost ready to drive again. Still want to overhaul the 289 and the T10 four speed. Rack and pinion and rear disc brakes are also on the menu in the future. Whew! The list keeps going.
67 Coupe with 2014 Mustang Ruby Red Metallic exterior, Red Interior, Rebuilt 289 with 302 heads, ported and gasket matched Weiand Performance Manifold with Autolite 4100 Carb. '95 Cobra T5 with hydraulic clutch, Unisteer Rack & Pinion steering, New AAW Wiring.