If you are re-painting your Fox Body Mustang, the best way to get a quality paint job is to take off the Body Side Moldings to get proper coverage. These moldings are the pieces that run along each side of the body and attach to the doors, fenders, and rear quarter panel. They typically get pitted and severely faded due to exposure to the elements. LRS carries all of the new body side moldings that are available for 1991-1993 Fox Body Mustangs. This is the LH Front Of Fender molding that fits in front of the front wheel behind the front bumper. This molding is made of hard plastic and attaches via plastic studs that stick through the body panel and are held in place with pal nuts. This molding fits all 1991-1993 Mustang LX Coupe, Hatchback , & Convertible Models. Moldings are molded in black plastic and is ready for prep and paint. Moldings are Sold individually and must be Painted to match.
When it comes to high quality restoration parts for your Mustang, what better than ones manufactured from the OE Ford tooling! These reproduction Mustang parts are cut, molded, stamped, and processed from the exact same specifications as their factory counterparts. Be assured when purchasing Original Ford Tooling parts, the fit and finish are second to none and are the perfect answer for hard-to-find or N/A Mustang parts from Ford. Shop LatemodelRestoration.com to get OE tail lights, grilles, bumper covers, fan shrouds, body parts, interior components, scuff plates, and cowl grilles.
LMR is a great company with great products. I recently purchased the Gibson Catback exhaust for my 2015 Mustang Ecoboost and I love it. Easy to install, great looking tips, and best of all almost half the price than competitors systems. My main reason I decided to go with Gibson was because off the reputation and because I think after searching all the exhaust systems, their exhaust system is probably the best sounding one. No raspyNess what so ever you expect from a 4 cylinder exhaust system. It's a nice low, deep tone.
Saved this 1987 Fox from going to the crusher August of 2014. It was just a shell when i got it but it was a solid foundation with no rust. Took me 10 months and $9,000 to get it where it is today. ...