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First a little background on the car. I bought the car when I lived in Hawaii (cheap). I brought the car back to Arizona with me and began the restoration. The car has been completely stripped and if ready for the media blaster. Now when I bought the car I knew that the passenger side rocker panel was going to need to be re-fabricated and that the drivers side rocker panel was in need of some repair (only structural rust that i have found). The car is going to be put on a rotisserie to be media blasted and I wanted to put some sub-frame connectors on it due to the condition of the rocker panels. I have searched the forums to find as much information as possible.

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1) Will the fact that the car has been disassembled (not including the suspension yet) have a factor when i go to put on the sub-frame connectors?

2) Does anyone know of anyone that makes sub-frame connectors for a '65 convertible and if not does anyone know if the sub-frame connectors for a '65 Mustang will work?
 

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2) Does anyone know of anyone that makes sub-frame connectors for a '65 convertible and if not does anyone know if the sub-frame connectors for a '65 Mustang will work?
Here is a website that has subframe connectors for your car for $79.00.

http://tiptopwebsite.com/websites/index2.php?username=colson43&page=5

Here are some more;

http://tcp-racing.com/download/pdf/TCP_Vol_6_WEB_86-93.pdf

You have to download the catalog and look in the Falcon section on this site. This will more than likely be your best bet;

Total Control Products

More;

http://ultimateperformancecar.com/CA/TCP_Vol4_WEB_58-72.pdf

More Information: SFC100

Hope this gets you started in the right direction.
 

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First a little background on the car. I bought the car when I lived in Hawaii (cheap). I brought the car back to Arizona with me and began the restoration. The car has been completely stripped and if ready for the media blaster. Now when I bought the car I knew that the passenger side rocker panel was going to need to be re-fabricated and that the drivers side rocker panel was in need of some repair (only structural rust that i have found). The car is going to be put on a rotisserie to be media blasted and I wanted to put some sub-frame connectors on it due to the condition of the rocker panels. I have searched the forums to find as much information as possible.

Questions:

1) Will the fact that the car has been disassembled (not including the suspension yet) have a factor when i go to put on the sub-frame connectors?

2) Does anyone know of anyone that makes sub-frame connectors for a '65 convertible and if not does anyone know if the sub-frame connectors for a '65 Mustang will work?
Yes global west mkes a subframe connector Jegs sell them part number 910 c hope this helps
 
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