Mid Engine 67 Ford Mustang Fastback Pt. 5 – First Start On New Fuel System!

In today’s episode we’re building the new fuel system, getting the cage painted, welding the body back on and test starting the car for the first time since the cut!

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42 thoughts on “Mid Engine 67 Ford Mustang Fastback Pt. 5 – First Start On New Fuel System!

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  2. Good redemption build, prob even better, mid LS eng mustang gotta be rare, ghost flames an skulls call it HELL-N-OR lol, wish episodes were 45mins, goes by so fast

  3. I love your builds, all of them. It’s just for some reason, I just can’t gel with this one… idk what it is. It feels forced for content-ish. Just me maybe 🤔

  4. Along with baffles I would have made it bigger on the passenger side because they don't need ergonomics for a steering wheel and peddles

  5. It would be a bit cheesy, but what about lambo style hinges for the doors? I'm still struggling with the mismatch of the inside vs the outer sheetmetal.

  6. Should have notched the fuel tank where the passthrough is for the wires, that way if you needed to remove the tank it would not be so hard.

  7. What an epic journey. Can you imagine Chris, Oscar, Kyle and the crew sitting with grandkids or even great-grandchildren at like 80-90 yrs old and looking at those? What an amazing story.

  8. I just really really feel like you could have moved those triangle parts of the frame back 18” to create enough clearance for the door, seat, and still maintain structure rigidity and not any space or complications with the engine. And I feel as if it would have helped in the amount of work needed for the firewall rather than the excess material now needed. I’m not there and not in their shoes but personally I feel like a build this far left deserves the extra time and work to do it right. Not just another 70% project that gets rushed and forgotten about. ☹️

  9. I thought they were going to weld a tube connecting the a-pillar to the dash support or front side-bulk head? My OCD brain isn't allowing me to understand how the chassis won't flex/fold itself upwards without that.

  10. I'm enjoying the build guys.
    I thought the main cage was gonna be welded/attached to the bar below the front windshield. Maybe I misunderstood.

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