How to Disassemble a 1967 Mustang Back-up Light?

Answer The back-up light on the 1967 Ford Mustang is mounted to the frame under the rear bumper in clear view. Three screws secure the light to connectors attached to the power wire. A metal ring around t... Read More »

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1967 Mustang LED Dash Light Installation?

LED (light-emitting diode) lights are increasingly prized by car enthusiasts for their brightness, cheapness, and longevity. In addition, LED lights come in a variety of colors, making it possible ... Read More »

How to Install a Backup Light on a 1967 Mustang?

In 1967, backup lights were still a relatively new safety feature on automobiles. The 1967 Mustang did feature backup lights, but unlike those on modern cars, the backup lights and the taillights w... Read More »

How to Disassemble a Backup Light in a Mustang?

Whereas modern Mustangs feature a one-piece taillight assembly with an integral white backup lens, classic Mustangs were instead equipped with two individual backup lights assemblies, each essentia... Read More »

About the 1967 Mustang?

The Ford Mustang was all new for the 1967 model year. It was completely redesigned from nose to rear, and was longer and wider. Ford kept it on the original 108-inch wheelbase, but it featured a mo... Read More »