Category: Miss Oklahoma – Numéro 1

Miss Oklahoma – Convertible Mustang 1964 1/2 : Welding quarter pannel and trunck

Bodywork is progressing gradually towards the end of this phase. The workshop has just welded the rear wings and the lower parts of the trunk of our Mustang 1964 1/2 Convertible. We have just received the latest body parts (front fenders, center trunk bracket) to finish the adjustments. When this phase is completed in the […]

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Miss Oklahoma – Convertible Mustang 1964 1/2 : rebuilding trunck 1st part

Work is progressing and the refurbishment of the Mustang 1965 convertible structure becomes more precise. It is the turn of the chest to be taken over in bodywork as you will see in the following pictures. A precision long work to align the elements correctly and redo the body as originally .

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Miss Oklahoma – Convertible 64 1/2 V8 260ci : work in progress before paint

Work is progressing rapidly now. The ADMA team is continuing the recovery of the defects in the bodywork which the bare-siding of the car and the sandblasting have made it possible to identify. The engine compartment was repainted in black as originally. Last week it was the rear wheel arches that were redone and finished.

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Cabriolet Mustang 1964 1/2 V8 C260

First import : Miss Oklahoma

This is the Number 1 of my personnal imports. This beauty was located in Oklahoma where Rob et Justin (father & son) used it to do road trips and donnation exhibits. They bought it to Pat who restore the car betwen 1999 and 2001. The engine was resbuilt and has 17850 miles approximativly 30000 kilometers. […]

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Body preparation before sanding

To carry out this operation, a complete cleaning of the sub-bases of the car is necessary. Our American friends do fast (in every sense of the word) and do not treat the exposed parts.  To put the blaxon without having put an anti-rust protection does not serve much. This phase will show you the work […]

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