The boys in the Ghostworks Garage shop have been hard at work sculpting some new sheetmetal for the ’69 Mustang project. Mark McDonald has formed a new front valance that functions as an air dam along with channeling cool air to the blower intercooler and the brakes. The front bumper has also been tucked for a cleaner appearance.

Out back, the rear bumper has been tucked and reshaped. The lower rear valance has been reworked to include provisions for through-the-valance exhaust. The center of the panel now incorporates an integral diffusor.

Shortly after these photos were taken, the Mustang was trucked over to the paint shop where final prep and body straightening will take place. Stay tuned for more updates as progress on the Mustang continues!

4 Responses so far.

  1. my wife and i are building two old mustangs the first is a 1984 t-top gt the second is a 1987 notch back they both have 302 five speeds in them so i want to keep those but dont have a lot of money got any tips on where to start

    • Keith Maney says:

      Hard to say, Roger. Are you wanting to do a complete rebuild on the cars or keep them mobile while you’re working on them? If you take them all apart, make sure you have room and keep everything organized. It’s amazing how much space a car can take up when it’s disassembled!

  2. Jamie says:

    Im patiently waiting to see the end result, the modifications incorporated into the body are so perfect for this car. I have a 69 mach1 myself, and I’d love to have that front/rear valance as an option when it comes time to build! Maybe they can be a product line for us pro touring guys? Ha anyway good job fellas! Can’t wait to see more!

  3. John says:

    Love the body mods on the 69!
    I to have a 69 Mach 1 here in the UK and cant wait to see the paintwork done. See you have a Boss 429 scoop is that a clue to the engine this car will run?