by 67mustangblog.com September 15, 2007February 3, 2020 Glueing the upper scoops – More progress! Body ]]> Post navigation « Toby's Eleanor projectAnother local car show » Related Posts 1967 Shelby GT500 Build Update – What’s Taking So Long? Final Bodywork Preparation Underway Restoration Begins On Original 1967 Seats 6 thoughts on “Glueing the upper scoops – More progress!” hi cam doing some good work is there any way i can contact you doing a similar project Reply Hey Waldo, You can give me your email address and i’ll drop you a line. What did you have in mind? Thinking of starting a your own? 🙂 Reply hi cam have some parts you might be interested in or your mate email@example.com Reply hi cam drop me a email if you whant some info on your car you are going to strike troubles with them upper scoops Reply Hey Waldo, Feel free to shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org Keen to hear from you. cheers Cam Reply Fabrication of functional brake vents!!!! Is it possible to get “functional brake vents” with the STOCK 67 vents? I have a 67 Mustang and I look at the lower side vents and they are not opened from the exterior, so I would assume that you would have to cut-out slots so air could reach and cool the brakes. I like to keep the stock look of my 67 side vents but I would like to make an opening with them so I can get some cool air to cool those drum brakes. I know anything is possible with the right amount of money and so on, but do you think its possible to keep the same stock look of the 67 lower side vents and still get air to go threw them? CHEERS!!! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.