*I actually filmed this 2 weeks ago, but I didn't think anyone would want to watch it. I went ahead and uploaded it in case someone out there might enjoy it. There was A LOT more stuff, but nothing else for the Mustang. This is not the only abandoned shed/trailer on the property.*
Sir if you sell parts like door panels or gauge cluster, those used parts i could make the effort to buy those, im from Venezuela, but i have some fríends there, and i could buy stuff
@Randy Kirchhevel Its a 4v cleveland, it still had the 4v intake on it and 4 barrel Motorcraft carb. Also the easiest way to tell if it has the 4v heads on the engine is by looking at the number 4 stamped on top of the head directly in front of the valve cover. 2v heads will have a 2 stamped on the same area. If that engine is original to the car it will have the high compression 11:1 quench heads.
Thanks for airing the video man , this is a great channel . It's nice to be a part of these these finds , keep on keeping on .
Dude you're sitting on a nice ride take your time do that car right you got a lot of people out here pulling for you brother
@Bobby Hall Yeah, did you also notice how mostly clean those 20 year old parts were? He staged it.
After finding the Grande parts what if you just found a hidden Grande buried in the ground LOL
I said the same thing. There's another Mustang somewhere on the property -- keep looking!
Treasure trove of goodies. Nice
This is beautiful property your grand parents had. Y'all should do a video cleaning it up and organizing.
You should have looked and seen what was wrapped in the blankets under the Mustang door panels on the top shelf in the shed. Dig every nook and cranny and check under every blanket or cover because you never know what's in there. I'm thinking it might be something good if he actually took the time to wrap it
THE WAY HE OPENED THE SHOE BOX AT FIRST 😂 I THOUGHT HE SAW A SNAKE LMAO
you will have to check those heads. he probably bought a set of 4v heads. seems there was a 4 barrel intake laying there. the 4v heads are worth some cash, but just for comparison. when you put the 2v next to the 4v, check out the size difference in the valves and the intake ports. they are cool just to look it. congrats looks to be a ton of fun
1970 insterment cluster
Your looking at the tank for it also the heater core and a 7 blade fan
Valve Covers look like they are FE engine
I do not laugh much these days, but I thought it was hysterical watching you run to and from the shed every time you found a new part
Happy to help! Lol
What's that third member ring and pinion set on the for as you walk in the door. Is that a 9-inch rear end? How many teeth on the ring and pinion? Does it have an N on the case?
6:38 The 2V on that air cleaner stands for 2 barrel carb. Treat all those painted parts gently, they're worth a lot of $$$$. Your shed is an absolute treasure trove. 9:40 Those door panels can be re-covered and brought back to brand new condition. Also, the gas tank in your shed is definitely for a Mustang, but I'm not sure for what year, and it also looks like it has never been used. When you open the trunk of your car, you'll notice bolts in a square pattern around the floor pan, maybe a dozen or so. Those are the bolts that hold the gas tank down. Remove those bolts, and you'll be able to lift the gas tank out of the car. There was a lot more in that shed that could be used on your Mustang too. I would be willing to bet that, between the shed you showed us in this video, and possibly some of your other out-buildings, you're going to find most of what you need to restore your Mustang. If you need to replace any of your cars sheet metal, look for parts made by Dynacorn, they're probably the best on the market. They can be found on a lot of sites like cjponyparts, yearone, and of course, their own web page, shop around for the best pricing. I have only watched this video, as well as the one where you started the car, so the only metal that I can see that definitely needs replacement is your floor pan, and maybe the trunk pan. Hopefully the body is in much better shape than the paint is, but if not, you do have a lot of options.
American Racing Wheel Center Caps Mustang Gas Tank Two Mustang Hood Scoop Mustang Door Panels Mustang Gauge Cluster Mustang Clock Did I get everything?
That is 100% a mustang gas tank
see any vintage oil cans in there lol?
Go back and get that gas tank
You found the honey pot brother good on you mate ,seeing you happy makes me happy crazy man 👍👍🇦🇺🇦🇺
Some type of Ford thing when u put the camera up there
So enjoying your build on this Mach 1.
Yes bronco should be a part number u can sell that and put in 70
Dont sell 70 mustang parts
Brad get a familY friend sale stuff u dont care about on ebay like boat cover motor old oil cans power bY ford v/c u can bank for mustang funds dont give ur stuff away u need a shaker hood wheels are so cool my dad had em wheel hub caps
I was 302 comment lol
PS......PS.......Mopar stuff ??? Double the price.Ford is Not Mopar
PS.......any original Ford parts such as what you are finding are worth their weight in gold. I’m a 70 Chevelle guy. Ask me how I know. Good luck my friend.
Anytime.....And I mean anytime you find original parts for your restoration project is a REAL GOOD DAY. Bless you. If you need help......don’t be afraid to ask for help. Good for you. This is a journey that you will cherish.....✌️
You have struck a gold mine in that little shed .....here in Australia anything ford mustang of that era is worth a fortune ....you have tons of stuff ,the air cleaners even.the motors what ever they may be 2v or 4v ,door cards ,Speedos, clocks ...so much stuff that is valuable .I hope you find all you need for the car
You should show that truck that is in between those semi trailers
Jackpot for any ford guy awesome
I'll have the quadbike if its a banshee or a quadzilla
ROFLMAO!...gets excited to find a box of every day American Racing center caps. Meanwhile there is a hoard of rare 351C 4 bolt main blocks and 4v quench heads on the corner of the shed.
All depends on who's looking, lol. A lot of times I don't know what I'm looking at. Yet....
Dang thanks grandpa.I know it was your grandfather's but would you want to sell the busted up hood scoop???
Looks like the shead has all of the parts your dad had got for the mustang and all the engine parts as well. I would say the gas tank you found is a new one for the mustang.
If you wanted to make a shorter video with progress you could paint the wheels and install the new center caps
Welp, now that you have the mustang running, I guess it’s time to get on the body. That will be the biggest hurdle you’ll face. Sand it all down good, weld in sheet mettle where it has rusted, fix that hood, then prime it, sand it again, and paint. Excited to see it transform
Dont say flippen pls
Your dad put a stash pile of parts aside for the mustang. Cool.😃
Your dad would be saying those draws are perfect for storing your baged screws and parts for the car.
The black gas tank look like a mustang tank . Did you see the transmission under the tank? Looks as if your dad was going to try to fix his car at some point. If I where you , I would empty out that shed and see what all’s in there. The parts you can’t use , you may be able to sell and put the money to the resto of the mustang.
That is the gas tank for the mustang
Their are different types of woodgrain interiors.
Your enthusiasm for this project is contagious. Best of luck.
I was laughing at you running back and forth, I was thinking golfcart or vehicle. LoL what neat finds i couldn't believe all those American racing center caps. They probably worth 300-400 or more.
the hood scoop with the 351 emblem was 69
2 ventricle not 2 valve
The gas tank is definalty to your mustang. Fan looks really nice. I never seen one painted ford blue but it looks nice. I would use those drawers for nuts and bolts so handy. The dash looks a little bit nicer than the one in the car.
Your awesome man you’ve proved a big point been watching since day 1 and keep going your doing great
grande was a trim package for the stang, i would use the grande dash parts just change out the grande tag for the mach 1, those other parts in the shed can help you pay for the project
You stepped right over a 9" center section/ 3rd member unless it's an 8"
Ill buy some parts off you
That was like a mini Christmas for you, getting all excited, glad you got to dive for some treasure!
Ford Mustang is my favorite car, when i was little boy. Bless you dad and you, that Mustang are just beautiful
you left in the shed 2 very hard to find parts you need just behind your front seats are 2 panles on each side of the interior that have speaker holes in them in the shed are a pair of extreamly rear fragile fiberglass panles with no speaker holes i have sold nice panles just like those for 500.00 each treat all your parts carefully so no damage comes to them that way you will have a very nice mach 1 last 70 mach 1 i built cost 90.000 for my customer your friend from Mustang Corral Tim P/S a response to my messages will inshure my responses to your vidios
@My Life okay
@timothy harville Thanks for the help Tim. I'm gonna have plenty of questions along the way. I'm gonna post a video asking for some opinions on my next step, so I'll look for your response.
@My Life thanks for replying, i know just about every single part of this car by heart, and i will try to answer all of your questions about it. Tim
Luckily, that shed is only a 1 minute walk from the garage that the Mustang is currently in. I can always dive back in! Several comments have mentioned things that I missed, so I need to go back thru for sure!
dude you are lucky those tool boxes are gold
Your Grande parts should fit just fine on the car, but Grande was a trim level of the Mustang, basically a luxury Stang whereas your Mach 1 is a performance trim level with multiple engine options, etc. The Grande parts are worth some money, but I wouldn't want them on the Mach 1 since it's not original. If they were mine, I would clean them up and sell them to get more Mach 1 stuff! Keep going, you got some good momentum!
that gas tank you found is a mustang gas tank
Would love those grande parts for me and my dads Grande restoration
You wanna sell one of those hood scoops?
A little elbow grease will make those wheels shine like those center caps you found, that's an awesome little honey hole full of beautiful ford parts,I would gather all I could find and put it in a safe place until needed..
Get that engine block identified ASAP, you might have a big block there worth a bunch of money. The grande on the clock dash piece is a mustang trim from back then that had the vinyl top. I would definitely look at everything in there and see what you can use and sell the rest. The money from those parts will add up quickly and can help you get a bunch of parts.
How on Earth do you have the time to vlog with treasure shacks to rummage through? Thank God you do. (Lucky man.)
It’s so funny to watch you run back-and-forth
It was so stinkin' hot that day, lol.
Love finding piles of parts like that. I would lay it all out, inventory what you have, compare with what you need, then sell off the other items to fund parts purchases, or go to mustang forum and try to trade for items you need. Win/ Win
I bet he was going to put screws and bolts in that card catalog easy to keep track
I see a new EBay channel for you.
That was so cool finding all those parts. Looks like you have the door panels and some of the other parts that will be hard to find. Looked like you had fun finding all that stuff. You can always sell the parts you don't use to pay for more parts you do need. 👍
Oh my goodness! Those motorcraft boxes! That shed sure has really valuable treasures inside wish I could look through it myself, awesome video!
Very cool content. You should post anything related to the car. This makes me want to document my amateur restoration of my 73 Gran Torino Sport. Thanks for the videos!
Great stuff - I love all this Mustang content - keep posting.
Me girlfriend has a Mustang Grande that has been sitting in her dad’s garage for 28 years. We are just now getting started on it’s restoration too. Ford made fewer Grande’s then Mach1’s and the Grande’s have the same interior as the Mach1 so that is clearly why those parts are in the shed. Hers has the 351 Cleveland as well so if you ever wanted to sell your extra hood scoop let me know. We will be following along with your build and I may post some videos of her car too.
What a place you have😀 Looking forward for more videos. Very entertaining👍👍
Nothing like finding those Easter eggs.
u got tyres for a quad.... looks like u need a quad and then there no more running 😂
lmao I was a expecting a what u guys doing in here intro and burst into laughter when I saw the intro running
The gas tank is for the mustang as well
2V on the breather cove stands for 2 barrel carb
your cobra jet scoop is on the top shelf
yep thats your hood scoop with turn signal indicator lights
Love your enthusiasm
Run the casting numbers on that block. You will find what it is and maybe what came out of and the numbers on the heads.✌🤘
Dude! Those original vintage centre caps are worth a shiny penny at a swap meet. Also, that engine block you found could be the 400M to match that filter. Dig in there some more. You could rebuild an engine from all that! Seriously, dude. You're a lucky body to be finding all those spares.
Wow stop with the cars for moment! Clean and sort out the shed first ! There are tons of goodies 😁😁😁
its to hard to watch this not a mean person but how can you be that 🧠👎
Run Forrest run ok jenny
Do u have any idea what those #NewOldStock #MotorCraft ToolBoxes are worth?!!!!! Bro! 🤦🏼♂️ those air cleaners in the building. Thats all money! Those #centercaps! Money! To help with ur project. Ebay baby.
Every Old Building Ever with the Broken Toliet Seat in it. Whyyyyyyy??? Lol.
Theres a center section for a FORD 9inch on the floor.
keep it up brother! would love to see your car restored
There's a Ford box in the back of the litle shelfs you opened at 8:41 maybe it has something usefull in it?
I’m extremely exited for the finished project I’ve been following this for a while now
Make sure you check the numbers on the motors in the shed to see if any of them match your car.
What you have are treasures
I'm glad you posted the video, of course we'd like to see it. This is becoming one of my favorites!
I noticed in your starting video that you had the hood scoop on. Good to know the back story on where it was "resting". Lots of valuable parts in that shed, even if they're not for the Mach 1. You struck gold.
You realy no nothing about cars lol but Still fun to watch you
You found a gold mine
That gas tank looks just like the one that came out of my 66. Betting it's a new one for your Mach 1.