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Driving The Abandoned Mustang GT Was A DISASTER! Fixing It Stranded On The Road With NO CELLPHONES!

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    In this video, we break down in the abandoned Mustang GT, limp it home to the shop, fix the Mustang, go for another drive and it breaks again. The second time we have to get creative and fix a totally new issue on the road. It's another crazy adventure so let me know if the comments, what was the last car to leave you stranded and how did you get back on the road?
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  • LegitStreetCars
    LegitStreetCars  Bulan Yang lalu +4

    First start of a 90s Audi rally car I just bought! idclips.com/video/u1NNPvP9Bww/video.html

  • Kormmodity
    Kormmodity Bulan Yang lalu +498

    Your videos in the last 6-8 months have really been great and keep getting better. Recently subscribed and this is now my favorite channel

    • Drop a Gear and Disappear
      Drop a Gear and Disappear Bulan Yang lalu

      You need to broaden your horizons if this is your favorite channel this dude is a hack job

    • Robert Lenard
      Robert Lenard Bulan Yang lalu

      Same and agree

    • Mr Reset
      Mr Reset Bulan Yang lalu +2

      I joined at the start of the V12 rebuild and it had had me hooked! Great content and Alex puts his personality into it which makes the videos more enjoyable

    • J Critter
      J Critter Bulan Yang lalu +4

      Been watching for over couple years and you’re right. Better and better and he’s a good person too! Need more food people like him!

    • Dane Hansen
      Dane Hansen Bulan Yang lalu +2

      I completely agree! Easily my favorite channel right now.

  • User Anonymous
    User Anonymous Bulan Yang lalu +7

    peter has that happy energetic face and energy what a great dude to have around

  • Hayk Samvelyan
    Hayk Samvelyan Bulan Yang lalu +57

    Peter has been such a great addition to the channel, really adds the humor and best buds energy to the content. Love his witty sense of humor and positive vibes in every situation.

    • Craig Kelsoe
      Craig Kelsoe Bulan Yang lalu +2

      He's as dry as a bone, but that's not such a bad thing

    • Brandon Kessler
      Brandon Kessler Bulan Yang lalu +1

      Yes... peter and max make everything better!

  • DirtyD23 1
    DirtyD23 1 Bulan Yang lalu +58

    I’m so happy that the kid was able to get a great deal on the Mustang and I think it’s really cool seeing you help him out with fixing some of its issues and teaching him some things along the way.It may not seem like a big deal to some people,but they don’t realize that just by you taking a little bit of your time to help someone else out is sometimes enough to help push that person in a direction that they might have never thought they would be able to do before and I think the world could definitely use more people like yourself.

  • thenaaks
    thenaaks Bulan Yang lalu +13

    There's some dirt above the gas tank that no one will ever see....gets cleaned with glass cleaner and a microfiber.
    The windshield is so filthy you can barely see through it.... goes for a test drive without the tiniest swipe of a rag.
    Love it! ❤️

  • Greg Kessler
    Greg Kessler Bulan Yang lalu +536

    As a Ford mechanic when these were new, I always replaced the stator in the distributor along with the tfi module. One went bad the other is soon to follow. Easy job, just mark the rotor, pull the distributor, knock out the gear pin, pull the gear off, replace the stator, repeat, and good to go for another 50,000 miles. Trust me, you want to replace stator.

    • Tsrif Tsal
      Tsrif Tsal Bulan Yang lalu

      @Ken Rieve starter solenoid/ignition module/ window motors! I still love you 91 bronco.

    • angry bastard
      angry bastard Bulan Yang lalu

      @dave09650 motor craft parts are made in China now

    • M Miller
      M Miller Bulan Yang lalu

      Came here to say this.

    • NORTH HWD
      NORTH HWD Bulan Yang lalu

      @‘19 Explorer Sport man Bay Area bridges and cars 🤣 my clutch gave out on the bay bridge in bumper to bumper traffic 4pm on a Friday 🤦🏼‍♂️🤣

    • Josh Sepulveda
      Josh Sepulveda Bulan Yang lalu

      I recommended tfi or tps sensor on last video. Did a tfi relocation on my fox to the fender

  • ICiz
    ICiz Bulan Yang lalu +7

    Love the energy you guys give off! He’s not your mechanic, he’s your true friend !

  • Chuck Schmitz
    Chuck Schmitz Bulan Yang lalu +7

    The sound of that Mustang brings back so many memories. When I was a senior in high school, my brother had a black 88 GT. He traveled a lot for work and the deal was, if I had to get up at 4am and take him to the airport, I got the car for the day.

  • Got Next Gaming
    Got Next Gaming Bulan Yang lalu +3

    Wow. this is cetainly bringing back memories. Would love to find a foxbody to toss around again. They are slow by today's standards but could easily be modded into 10 sec cars without touching the block. Super light too for a car with that amount of torque.

  • Joe Cutro
    Joe Cutro Bulan Yang lalu +3

    Great content! I love how you chronicled the whole thing including not having a cell phone. I can see myself doing that. Way to roll with it and magnify the adventure as a flashback to simpler times; hitchhiking and knocking on strangers doors to use their phone. I still miss those days sometimes! You Peter & Max make a GREAT team!! Thank you!

  • BFX
    BFX Bulan Yang lalu +108

    Its nice to see someone actually maintenance these vehicles, instead of just "sending it" Good job guys.

    • ツ
       Bulan Yang lalu

      You mean maintain?

    • myst
      myst Bulan Yang lalu +5

      I always enjoy a clean example of any vehicle but the foxbody can be easily built up. gotta love both

  • J
    J Bulan Yang lalu +4

    You’re going to want to remove that TFI module and apply some electrical grease between the module and the distributor. Otherwise that module will fail soon. Definitely a great video and love this car and content

  • Felix Mungia
    Felix Mungia Bulan Yang lalu +5

    Dude so impressed by your drive to get sudden problems fixed! I bet your customers love you! Long story short bad luck is everywhere and all times but your crew can turn that around fast, keep up the great work

  • NICKydexGG
    NICKydexGG Bulan Yang lalu +5

    I'm loving this series! I have an 88 GT that I built in high school (25 years ago). I went through this same fuel system replacement scenario a few years ago. Parts are cheap and easy to find.
    One of the most impressive things, that you found tires for it! I'm in the middle of a 5 lug conversion because the 15" turbine wheels are nearly impossible to find performance tires for. I'm going to have 2003 brakes, 2003 cobra 17"s with 245/45r17s in the front and 275/40r17s in the back. I just got the wheels back from powder coat. They are 17x9 front and 17x10.5 rear.

  • TiptronicSS
    TiptronicSS Bulan Yang lalu +3

    Mama bird baby bird feeding ceremony 😂
    Oh man, thanks for finding Peter, the chemistry between you 2 is perfect and keeps the LGS positive vibes and spirits counters at Max!
    Keep up the good work, we'll be here good days or bad. Can't wait for my (we're all a part:) channel to hit the 1million mark!.

  • P.E.1
    P.E.1 Bulan Yang lalu +25

    Good job guys. Next i would remove the rubber on the shifter stick and replace with washers. Then get a brass shifter ball cup. That would improve the feel of your shifts. Replace the steering shaft with a borges unit that gets rid of the rag joint, upgrade the clutch quadrant with a 2 position aluminum quadrant, adjustable clutch cable and sub-frame connectors. That would be a good start to improving the feel of the car. 💪

  • bc42875
    bc42875 Bulan Yang lalu +3

    Love the series of videos. When I was teenager I always wanted a Mustang like this.

  • Rob Blair
    Rob Blair Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Really enjoying the series on this car. Such fun to watch. The banter and comradeship you guys have is so watchable.

  • Dakota Ruiz
    Dakota Ruiz Bulan Yang lalu +11

    Shoutout to Max, always a savior for you and Peter! His hard work does not go unrecognized. I’ve been watching for years and I love how much this channel has grown! Perfect crew.

  • Rick Cox
    Rick Cox Bulan Yang lalu +6

    You're a real friend... love what you're doing for this kid!!

    • Rick Cox
      Rick Cox Bulan Yang lalu

      @EFFEZE6280 You're a lot more cynical than me. The one who does stuff purely for views is Stradman. Alex is a genuinely good guy.

    • EFFEZE6280
      EFFEZE6280 Bulan Yang lalu

      He's doing it purely because this car brings big views and ad rev to the pocket. It's absolutely nothing to do with helping the young lad out at all.

  • Shaun Laverty
    Shaun Laverty Bulan Yang lalu +4

    This is by far my favourite series on this channel so far! I had an ‘89 5.0 with a manual and it was so much fun!

  • Chris Wheeler
    Chris Wheeler Bulan Yang lalu +3

    Owned an 85 with t-tops, an 87, and a 93, and my wife had an 86. Love the fox body videos. Need to put 3:55 gears in it and subframe connectors.

  • Gage Marshall
    Gage Marshall Bulan Yang lalu +2

    IV been waiting for the detail of this car hes got me hyped hahah 🤣 but seriously this guy and his vibe is really contagious I love the videos it's entertaining and knowledgeable IV learnt more off of these videos then i could imagine. Makes me want to go buy cars and flip them but IV got to much bad luck for that hahahah 😅

  • sehhi vooty
    sehhi vooty Bulan Yang lalu +3

    Great video. Love the roadside problem solving. Calm, deliberate, good natured problem solving is what the world needs now:-)

  • Nicholas Norman
    Nicholas Norman Bulan Yang lalu +69

    I love this channel because when Alex has help from someone like Peter he still credits them for their ideas and you guys explain things well with humor.

  • MJoshification
    MJoshification Bulan Yang lalu +2

    My favourite series on YT right now, you guys are awesome, I love all the troubleshooting

  • liuj88
    liuj88 Bulan Yang lalu +3

    Fantastic video! Thank you for being so informative and entertaining at the same time!
    I have just a couple of questions:
    21:11
    What is this rust cleaner? Is it a DIY recipe, and would you mind sharing the ingredients or a link?
    23:58
    I have a GM with a larger fuel pressure Schrader valve. Is the core the same size/dimensions as the Ford's, and in a pinch, can a tire valve core be used in place of the Ford/GM cores?
    Thanks!

  • Jalen White
    Jalen White Bulan Yang lalu +4

    Just recently subscribed to your channel man. Love watching these “first start and drive” videos. Been binge watching all your videos the past week

  • 427walrus
    427walrus Bulan Yang lalu +3

    Alex as a guy who likes boost you will appreciate the fact that 87-92 5.0 Mustangs came from the factory with forged pistons. They went to hypereutectic in 93. So this car has forged pistons in it. 👍🇺🇸

  • Santiago Barrero
    Santiago Barrero Bulan Yang lalu

    @LegitStreetCars
    You guys bring smiles to me, I’m a young guy with his first foxbody, and my car is experiencing very similar symptoms. Thanks again! Keep burning rubber.

  • GMan
    GMan Bulan Yang lalu +2

    Always enjoy your videos Alex, great entertainment. Keep ‘em coming 👍🏻

  • TheKidd
    TheKidd Bulan Yang lalu +3

    Great video. Loved hearing the caprice idle even if only for a split second 🤣 Very excited to see it detailed up. Can't wait

  • Cro
    Cro Bulan Yang lalu +1

    I must say this is my favourite channel. Authentic content, great atmosphere. Keep it up, mate!

  • M1LAD
    M1LAD Bulan Yang lalu +3

    Hey, Alex. Looking forward to the first clean of the stang!

  • red95gts
    red95gts Bulan Yang lalu +2

    Great video! Technically the Fox chassis debuted in 1978 (the Fairmont) and was retired in 2004, so 26 years in production

  • Darrel Handgraaf
    Darrel Handgraaf Bulan Yang lalu +2

    Great episode! I love that you're honest and transparent enough to admit problems and challenges. Can't wait to see the car cleaned up.

  • Nenu Marius
    Nenu Marius Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Man, I love this Mustang series. Totally unexpected but true.

  • endall39
    endall39 Bulan Yang lalu +93

    Great video. Love the roadside problem solving. Calm, deliberate, good natured problem solving is what the world needs now:-)

    • John Schlaefflin
      John Schlaefflin Bulan Yang lalu +3

      No....It’s love love, sweet love, it’s the only thing I’ve been dreaming of, love sweet love.

  • Danielle
    Danielle Bulan Yang lalu

    Alex your videos are so informative and entertaining, my husband and I love watching them! Your charitable actions and extremely hard work ethic is truly infectious! We love you! Keep up the great work!

  • 20th Century Fox Youtube 2 weeks ago 4 weeks ago

    Brings back memories and feels. My first car was basically this one without the t-tops. I was so proud I got it to run 13.9 with a minimal amount of bolt ons. They may be slow by today's standards, but they were a lot of fun. They would chirp into 3rd gear. Lots of torque that pulls those gs nicely

  • Steve po
    Steve po Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Regardless of if you keep the cheap TFI or go Motorcraft, make sure to put some heat transfer paste under the aluminum plate to keep the TFI cool. Thats what the little round, dried out stains were, under the failed unit.

  • Snoopy
    Snoopy Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Enjoyable video thanks. Looks like you have a few more things to fix, hopefully the passenger seat belt because airbags in the 80’s cars were not that good. 🤷🏼‍♂️

  • Emits Garage
    Emits Garage Bulan Yang lalu +49

    As someone who has always been working on classic cars.. watching the joy followed by the repeated breakdowns is something all too relatable LOL. Thanks for the laughs guys. Keep up the solid work!

  • C117LS
    C117LS Bulan Yang lalu +3

    A tip for the TFI module- put some thermal compound on the back of it between the module and distributor. That'll prolong it by keeping the heat out of it. GMs with HEI ignition with the module in the bottom has the same issue

    • C117LS
      C117LS Bulan Yang lalu +1

      @Stuart D yup heat is the #1 killer. Thermal compound helps so much

    • Stuart D
      Stuart D Bulan Yang lalu +1

      I was going to say this.
      Alot of people are saying replace the whole dizzy internals.
      I suspect the heat is what kills the module in the end.

  • Dallas Rife
    Dallas Rife Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Good stuff . I’ve always loved these cars . I was born in 74 so I was a teenager when these cars were a hot item . I love your passion for cars 💪.

  • Luke Gilbert
    Luke Gilbert Bulan Yang lalu +2

    $200 fuel tank is awesome, I look fwd to Sundays every week for another Alex adventure! Peter has turned into the ultimate sidekick, seems like such a cool guy to be around. I run a contracting business (concrete treatments and waterproofing), I also have a car buying company. Long story short I was at the doctor the other day and she was explaining to me that she had car issues, her engine was kaput! Skoda Superb Wagon 1.8tsi (like a long wheel base VW passat) she had bought it new. Mechanic told her the motor had skipped timing and essentially blown up, $10,000 for a new engine. Skoda sat at the mechanic with no plan, 1 owner 160,000km car. Owner asked me if I wanted it, I said why not, paid her and got it towed to my warehouse. I was planning on stripping it for parts. One of my waterproofing applicators is a mechanic from a former life and took a look under the bonnet, timing cover was still on etc, only thing missing were the oily plugs. Engine oil was also over filled by 4 litres (fouling the plugs)....you can guess what happened next. New plugs, drained some of the oil and it started right up. Thing drives beautifully. Sometimes you can't see the forrest for the trees!

  • 392Serenity
    392Serenity Bulan Yang lalu

    Keep up the awesome videos. I love the channel. I lost my passion for wrenching on cars outside fun performance mods but its content like yours that has me wanting to start a restoration project again.

  • Collin Kroening
    Collin Kroening Bulan Yang lalu +100

    Not gonna lie this series makes me wanna get a foxbody

    • Elijah Stroud
      Elijah Stroud Bulan Yang lalu

      it gave me motivation to start back working on mine 😂

    • Shakerhood69
      Shakerhood69 Bulan Yang lalu

      @Calvin Cooley You got me beat by a few years but had mine for 24 years.

    • Tid 41
      Tid 41 Bulan Yang lalu +2

      @Calvin Cooley Got me beat by a few years. Daily driven since the Bush administration (and not Dubya)!

    • absolutelynonameslef
      absolutelynonameslef Bulan Yang lalu +1

      I miss my old manual 89 GT. Sold it for $900 about 10 years ago, after letting it sit for 5 years. At the time, I just wanted it out of the way...did not have the foresight to hang on to it.

    • martin bochenek
      martin bochenek Bulan Yang lalu

      Love this series... drove same car in high school.
      Ditch those turbine 15" wheels that are impossible to clean for some 16" 5 spoke pony wheels. We did that on my dad's 87 and looked so much better.

  • Trojan_Mustang
    Trojan_Mustang Bulan Yang lalu +2

    As a Fox body guru myself, I was almost certain that damn TFI was going to be in this video. Not really surprising considering there was a class action lawsuit against Ford for TFI failures (Thick Film Ignition). This is why Ford mounted them on the shock towers of later distributor equipped cars before the switch to DIS. Also note, the MSD distributor does not fix this problem. I ended up remote mounting my TFI Module with heat sink from a desk top computer. Never had an issue again.

  • Gary Dubia
    Gary Dubia Bulan Yang lalu +1

    I am digging the content on this Mustang GT. I hope you keep updating us with the status of transforming back into a reliable car!

  • Gareth Jones
    Gareth Jones Bulan Yang lalu +2

    Loving it man, super awesome series on this so far! Can't wait for the next.

  • Rob Peabo
    Rob Peabo Bulan Yang lalu +2

    This video had a bit of everything - it was great! One of the experiences (joy's and frustrations) of getting a vehicle that has sat for a while is potentially being stuck on the side of the road. Back in the day before mobile phones I did like you guys were prepared to do: walk, thumb a ride or knock on a door to use a phone. I must admit I have never had the police and a crowd of people pull up though 😁😁

  • Mike Rossum
    Mike Rossum Bulan Yang lalu +32

    This reminds me of my teens and twenties. Couldn't afford newer cars, so we bought older stuff and fixed stuff as we went. No cell phones, but we carried tools in our cars. This was back in the 80s. Enjoyed the video Alex.

    • Nick 92
      Nick 92 Bulan Yang lalu

      Yes back to the 80’s

  • Veritas Originale
    Veritas Originale Bulan Yang lalu +1

    @legitstreetcars You guys make GREAT VIDEOS with very down to Earth 🌍 approaches to your restorations. THANK YOU!!!!

  • Matt's Garage
    Matt's Garage Bulan Yang lalu +2

    Really enjoying this revival, it’s bringing back some good memories for me.👌

  • ron burns
    ron burns Bulan Yang lalu +3

    Alex, just so you know Chris is a really good fiend (yes i dropped the r). Too funny that he drives by and does not stop!

  • Ryan Minor
    Ryan Minor Bulan Yang lalu

    This is definitely my favorite car on the channel. Can’t wait to see it clean!

  • Jochen Stacker
    Jochen Stacker Bulan Yang lalu +2

    I love how Alex buys cars and actually fixes them instead of buying ten cars and fixing none of them. 😁

    • Giovanni Castillo
      Giovanni Castillo Bulan Yang lalu +1

      Facts them IDclipsrs that start a project and never finishes them get boring

  • Mike Scenna
    Mike Scenna Bulan Yang lalu +1

    From what I remember reading about it, they were rated at 225hp up till 92 and then in 93 it was lowered to 215 because the SN95 was going to have the same engine but weighed more so they were trying to make it out like the newer car had more power because with the added weight they knew it was going to be slower but didn’t want to say that to hurt sales.

    • KacerRex
      KacerRex Bulan Yang lalu

      I own a 94 SN95 with the Windsor in it, and this is accurate it feels a lot slower and heavier but I like it better. All the stiffening they did to the chassis makes the car feel a lot more planted than even the 93 I used to own and I love how it handles in comparison.

  • Keith Daves
    Keith Daves Bulan Yang lalu +2

    I love it!! I remember working on my 67 Firebird on the side of the road got it started and limped it home to my parents driveway. It seemed like a pain at the time but my twin brother and I had a great time working and fixing the car with the tools from other people that stopped to help. That moment taught me to always have a tool kit in any vehicle I own.

  • E P
    E P Bulan Yang lalu +2

    Great video! I love the question about the single generation. Doesn't G wagon have the longest single generation production run? W460, W461, and W463 all were pretty much the same platform and does that qualify as single generation? Even Fox body mustang had several updates in the production life cycle. So in that sense could we say G wagon built on the same platform from 1979 - 2018 is the longest single generation production? I think R107 (1971 -1989) is also worth discussion since it used same chassis code for all 19 years of production. You know Mercedes so please weigh in and educate us!

    • gin
      gin Bulan Yang lalu

      I know the Volvo 240 went from 74-93. I dont know about the USA, but Canada stopped production close to the end, an I am not sure if they imported if any. Don't know if it counts but they sure as hell didn't change, and that's impressive for a unibody car.

  • Henry Streto
    Henry Streto Bulan Yang lalu +2

    Hello from France! I really enjoyed this problem solving video. I hope there'll be a lot more like this one . Cheers!

  • eioshen boboi
    eioshen boboi Bulan Yang lalu

    Great video. Love the roadside problem solving. Calm, deliberate, good natured problem solving is what the world needs now:-)

  • Drinks4450
    Drinks4450 Bulan Yang lalu

    @LegitStreetCars
    Your videos are always great. I love the channel and all the help you put back into the community. The short rap that he did was actually pretty good 😁😁😁😁😁😁 and quite funny. I am also from Chicago, born and raised. Thank you for all you do and keep up the great work.

  • TheSaneRider
    TheSaneRider Bulan Yang lalu +2

    Would love to see you do a full detail and build on this car!

  • Czechbound
    Czechbound Bulan Yang lalu +35

    That was one of the most LEGIT Legit Street Car videos ! This are the things that leave us stranded, and very practical to see how you go about fixing them. In the middle of the street !! That was excellent. Greetings from Prague, CZ

  • John Wardale
    John Wardale Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Very fun little series! And I still want to see Eli turning wrenches!

  • James Erhardt
    James Erhardt Bulan Yang lalu +1

    I'm glad you swapped out the fuel tank. I know you were working in a parking lot, but I hated to see that rusty tank go back on. lol Love the videos, man!

  • Chris Parker
    Chris Parker Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Hey Alex and Peter, great channel, great videos keep up the good work. GM's W-body was a very long running platform, from 87-2016 that's 30 years. Great platform, built alot of cars off it, monte carlo, grand prix, impala, regal etc. Almost like the fox body with the mustang, montego, thunderbird, mark vii etc. Yes it had updates along the way, but the chassis is more or less the same for 30 years, only major thing was the addition of an aluminum front subframe in like 06 or around there. Keep wrenchin'!!

  • Matt A
    Matt A Bulan Yang lalu +2

    Not a mustang guy, but I like this series. It's so clean underneath, I really hope it is kept in a garage for the winter months, or it will rust out in no time.

    • angry bastard
      angry bastard Bulan Yang lalu

      on a quiet night in the country you can hear a ford rust

  • WILLEM Jordaan
    WILLEM Jordaan Bulan Yang lalu +26

    Love to see how you love them all cars with so much passion and care...and patience, Alex. May the car-gods bless you..

  • RJ James
    RJ James Bulan Yang lalu

    Im really loving these longer videos! Keep it up dude!

  • Ian
    Ian 9 jam yang lalu

    When I was a teenager back in the mid 2000’s, my best friend’s Dad had 1990 GT and we both thought it was the coolest car ever. My friend got a Fox with a 2.3L in it, as I had a 1996 Tbird with the 2 valve 4.6. We had all the energy and time in the world, but not a dime to do any of things we wanted to to our cars. These days I drive a Raptor and an S550 GT. These videos brought me back to those days. Thank you.

  • Hector Coronado
    Hector Coronado Bulan Yang lalu +2

    Alex is always doing a great job. I love this channel

    • TELEGRAM@flying_wheels
      TELEGRAM@flying_wheels Bulan Yang lalu +1

      .👆👆Thanks for the support ❤️❤️
      Dm to claim your prize🎁🎁.

  • Paul Adams
    Paul Adams Bulan Yang lalu

    I can’t wait to see the detailing video on the Mustang. I bet it comes out awesome in the end. Hey guys, try some trim & tire product on the gas cap. But I bet it gets a new one, haha!

  • Chris Pezzello Jr
    Chris Pezzello Jr Bulan Yang lalu +16

    Can’t beat these videos! Your genuine love for this stuff is apparent and makes watching so entertaining. No normal viewer wants to see unrealistic projects, I hope the channel never strays from every day cars and situations.

  • Louis Rodriguez
    Louis Rodriguez Bulan Yang lalu +2

    Just found the channel and subscribed. I re wired the tfi module on my 89 and mounted it next to the airbox because they don't like heat lol. Never had a problem since. I love the content and look forward to more.

  • Darío Solotar
    Darío Solotar Bulan Yang lalu +2

    Great video again Alex. Turning on that Mustang in the middle of nowhere was like a soccer penalty in the last minute. Everybody enjoying.

  • Quinlan Thomas
    Quinlan Thomas Bulan Yang lalu

    Can't wait to see this cleaned up gonna be nice

  • blkferrari355
    blkferrari355 Bulan Yang lalu +2

    This is the best Mustang channel on IDclips! keep up the good work!

    • TELEGRAM@flying_wheels
      TELEGRAM@flying_wheels Bulan Yang lalu

      ....👆👆Thanks for the support ❤️❤️
      Dm to claim your prize🎁🎁

  • Alex Gomez
    Alex Gomez Bulan Yang lalu +2

    I own a 89 GT Convertible and I really appreciate the work you guys did. Thank you.

    • TELEGRAM@flying_wheels
      TELEGRAM@flying_wheels Bulan Yang lalu +1

      ...👆👆Thanks for the support ❤️❤️
      Dm to claim your prize🎁🎁

  • aqathomas
    aqathomas Bulan Yang lalu +2

    Every video I get SO NERVOUS that the car isn't going to be repairable, and y'all always pull it out. Congrats to Eli for an awesome car! Looking forward to the detail video!!!

  • colmart1973
    colmart1973 Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Loved that, and roadside repair!, first wash will be class 👍🇮🇪

  • Miguel Lopez
    Miguel Lopez Bulan Yang lalu

    Man love your channel , wish I had the funds and knowledge to repair and restore old cars.

  • Brian Weid
    Brian Weid Bulan Yang lalu +30

    I cant wait to see this car washed and polished up driving good and doing burnouts.

  • Niagara Joe
    Niagara Joe Bulan Yang lalu +2

    Huge CONGRATS on 750K subs! Well deserved! #roadtoamillion

  • Richie DeMartino
    Richie DeMartino Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Love your videos!!! Like 2 years ago I replaced everything to my Mustang GT you are doing to your Mustang. My Mustang was the same exact interior and color as yours. Mine is a 1987 GT, all original all stock Automatic Transmission, 165,000 original miles. I'm the 2nd owner, I bought it in 1996. I replaced everything!!! I also got metal door handles...lol...Runs and drives perfect! Can be driven every day but I drive it on nice days only or a Saturday to work....right now its primed black and ready for paint and some new interior pieces, other than that the car needs nothing else. After Its painted and completely done I might sell it or garage keep it for some time. Thanks again for your videos!

  • mohamed albana
    mohamed albana Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Every time you drop a vid I watch it thru 😂 you explain diagnosing stuff very well

  • Ed Nelimarkka
    Ed Nelimarkka Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Really looking forward to the clean-up video!

  • Jaden Kuzelka
    Jaden Kuzelka Bulan Yang lalu +1

    I'm so hyped for the detail video. It's gonna look so nice

  • Allup Inya
    Allup Inya Bulan Yang lalu +2

    Keep the videos coming man the chemistry between both of you guys is like a pb&j sandwich soooo good 👍

  • Dave stir
    Dave stir Bulan Yang lalu +3

    Driving down the road, the rear seal of the transmission on the dodge van in front of us blew out, we had tranny oil all over our windshield so we both ended up pulling over at the same spot in the road. It just so happens that the van in front of us was going to the same city we were and it was full of girls. So 2 guys my car and 4 girls in van, you can't leave them stranded. It was the middle of the night and well before everyone having a cell phone. And the only tools we had was a vise grip and flat head screwdriver, that was in teh back of their van, we had forgotten to put our toolbox into the car before we left so we were tool less. So I crawled up under the van, saw where the seal had blown out a little, used the screwdriver and vise grip as a hammer to tap the seal back in. We then ran up the road to the next exit, bought a case of tranny oil at the gas station which lucky for us was still open, then came back to the van. Topped off the tranny with oil. The seal leaked but was holding. So we let them know we would follow them, stay a little slower than norm, and if we flash our brights at you, pull over. So every 40 minutes we would have enough tranny oil on the front of our car and we would have them pull over, I would go back under tap the seal back, as it was slowly coming back out, refill with Tranny fluid, and then be back on our way. It took a long time to get home, but we got home they parked their van, one of the girls dads was a mechanic. We exchanged phone numbers, and we have been friends for the last couple of decades, brought together by a blown out rear seal from a weekend road trip to Vegas. Apparently we did something right, the dad said there was no damage to the tranny beyond replacing the seal. Never under estimate the power of hacking something together to get a vehicle home.

  • mkmontes
    mkmontes Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Love this cars, at one point I carried an entire distributor with me, just to diagnose a bad stator, so I also suggest that you replace that, their are awesome cars, reliable and nearly indestructible.

  • Louis Gallinaro
    Louis Gallinaro Bulan Yang lalu +39

    Definitely put a timing light on there. With 93 octane you should be able to bump base timing up to 12 maybe 14 degrees. It does make a difference. Will be more responsive and have a few more hp.

    • CamoShirt
      CamoShirt Bulan Yang lalu

      @Edward Stanley now its only 2$ more than what it should be???

    • Ed Points
      Ed Points Bulan Yang lalu +2

      @Edward Stanley still not where it could or should be. The current price drop is to try to gain popularity back.

    • Edward Stanley
      Edward Stanley Bulan Yang lalu +2

      @Uncle Joe 93 went down around me by about 70 cents

    • Uncle Joe
      Uncle Joe Bulan Yang lalu +9

      Yeah but will you be able to afford 93 after the election.

  • John Spanos
    John Spanos Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Am really enjoying refreshing series like this!! The detailing follow up will cap this video perfectly.

  • Mark Farmer
    Mark Farmer Bulan Yang lalu +1

    I had an 88 GT when I was 16. Thanks for this video series. Brings back a ton of fantastic memories.

  • Joe Johnson
    Joe Johnson Bulan Yang lalu +2

    what an awesome find love that fox body style looks great still ttop is a bonus and manual ohh man

  • Christopher Trask
    Christopher Trask Bulan Yang lalu

    Can't wait for next video on mustang interested in seeing how the paint looks after you do deep interior and exterior clean

  • toranzoM
    toranzoM Bulan Yang lalu +6

    To reduce the chance of a spark igniting the fumes from the tank, use a brass punch to loosen the locking tab. Glad everyone is safe and awesome vid AGAIN. You are gonna gain a lot of viewers if you continue foxbody content. Every day I check for the newest one from yoi guys.

    • Bryson Shires
      Bryson Shires Bulan Yang lalu +1

      No oxygen in the tank. Very low chance of it igniting