How to Install a Backup Light on a 1967 Mustang?

Answer 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 »

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How to Disassemble a 1967 Mustang Back-up Light?

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 »

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 Do I Install a Carburetor on a 1967 Mustang?

All engines installed in the 1967 Mustang featured a carburetor. The vast majority of engines were equipped with a two-barrel carburetor, but some were equipped with a four-barrel carburetor. Withi... Read More »

How to Install the Windlace on a 1967 Mustang?

The Ford Mustang entered its third model year in 1967. Although instantly recognizable as a Mustang, the new models were slightly larger in almost every dimension, with improved creature comforts a... Read More »