Customs Unlimited has restored many Mustangs in the past,
GT's and Cobras all the
way up to Shelby's. Below are three Mustangs
which were restored back to original
This 1966 Mustang
GT Fastback was purchased in 1984 from a
junkyard in San Antonio,
$600.00. Once we got it into the shop, it was disassembled and the damage
list of parts was made and after contacting the Ford dealership,
decided to buy every
part that Ford still carried for a '66 GT. When this GT was finished it
was a 100 point Concourse
quality car and was the Number 1 GT in the Southwest U.S. for
3 straight years.
This 1969 Boss 302
came to me with original paint, low miles
and in fairly decent condition.
The owner wanted the car restored for competition in
the Concourse "Driven" class.
finished, the car won Best in Show several times over.
The car had an original numbers
matching 302 Boss engine with a 4-speed transmission.
This 1970 Boss 429 was one of the first 235
built with a real NASCAR (S Code) engine.
When we got the car it was in good condition except for the paint.
The only rust problems
were the trunk floor where the battery was mounted and some minor
rust on the right rear
quarter panel. The car had also been damaged in the rear end, thus the reason for
replacement of the taillight panel.
Click on the images to see pictures
and details of each car . . .