Thursday, June 2, 2016

Product Spotlight: 1969-1970 Mustang Coupe rear interior package tray

The Cal Pony Cars team has been working hard to continue to produce exquisite reproduction products that pave the way for Mustang restorations around the world. Recently, Rich @ Mustang Connection put together a review and installation video for our 1969-1970 Mustang Coupe rear interior package tray. (watch below)

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Thursday, May 26, 2016

In the news: SEMA Magazine May 2016

"Back at it again" in the latest issue of SEMA Magazine. We'd like to thank the SEMA team for adding our latest addition; 2015-2016 Mustang coolant reservoir tank cover to this month's new products section for the May issue.

Be sure to stop by the SEMA 2016 new products booth at the SEMA show to see California Pony Cars parts first hand. For more information on this product and other products please visit our website at: & follow us

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

2016 ARMO Hot Products Showcase Winner

Each year SEMA holds an exclusive display at the Carlisle National show. The ARMO Hot Products Showcase is an opportunity for council members to display one or more products in front of one of the single largest gatherings of automotive restoration enthusiasts in the world. This year our 1967-1993 Small block timing chain cover was awarded 1st place in the replacement original reproduction engine category. We’re very proud to have received this award. We work extremely hard to continue manufacturing quality reproduction parts that are made here in the USA. California Pony Cars would like to thank the SEMA ARMO staff and the great people that put on the National show at Carlisle each and every year.

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MSRP: $129.95

Part #: ENG-000-408

Throwback Thursday: Hot Rod Magazine T-5 Tech Talk

We at California Pony Cars have been thankful enough to have been featured in thousands of tech articles around the world for over the last 25 years. When it comes to tech talk, Hot Rod Magazine has always been a favorite. This tech talk article was written in back in 2004, and like our products, it's still at the top of the charts in todays day and age.

Article from Hot Rod Magazine:

My car is due for a frontend rebuild, and Jeff Smith says one of the things he wants to put in Car Craft is more canyon-carving handling stuff instead of just drag racing (around here, it's two-lane blacktops heading into the Ozarks).

It is possible to mount a "late-model" Mustang T5 in an early Mustang, but it's not a direct bolt-in. The T5 will mate with your existing bellhousing, but only after you've made a few modifications. The easiest way to accomplish this is by using the swap kit offered by California Pony Cars (CPC) in Ontario, California. The CPC kit includes an aluminum adapter plate that mounts to the stock four-speed Top-Loader-style bellhousing, which serves to adapt the T5 gearbox as well as providing the necessary spacing to accommodate the T5's longer input shaft. The adapter plate mounts to the bellhousing using two of the existing gearbox-mounting holes; two additional holes must be created. The plate is used as a template to locate the other two holes, one of which must be tapped for threads. Since the location of the adapter plate must be precise, CPC recommends having an automotive machine shop handle the drilling and tapping of the additional holes. The plate mounts to the bellhousing using countersunk Allen-head bolts (included in the kit) so that its surface remains flush. The T5 gearbox then bolts to the plate. Since the Top Loader uses the same input-shaft spline arrangement as the T5, the same clutch can be used. The CPC kit also includes a new driveshaft yoke and the driveshaft will also have to be shortened approximately 1 inch. To bolt it all in, the CPC also includes a new transmission crossmember and transmission mount, both of which bolt right in. The final touch is a new shifter handle made to bolt to the T5 shifter but modeled after the original early-Mustang four-speed shifters, complete with faux reverse lock-out ring and stock-appearing shift knob inscribed with the T5 shift pattern.

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MSRP: $584.80
Part #: TRA-000-012

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Tuesday, March 15, 2016

New Product Alert: 1969-1970 Mustang Coupe rear interior package tray

Over the years, the number of products coming in overseas increases higher and higher each year. We've fought nut and bolt to keep California Pony Cars an American made manufacturer for Mustang parts & accessories, and we've had over 30 years of success since. We continue to surpass the industry's and customer's satisfaction with our top quality made products. Our newest product is a testament to that.

Our 1969-1970 Mustang Coupe Package Tray is the top replacement panel on the market. This panel is located between the rear seat and the rear window and is frequently rotted out, warped from water damage, or has been cut up for speaker holes. Our easy-to-install replacement fits in place of the rotted out original Package Tray. Our Package Tray/ Shelf panel is constructed from durable high quality fiberglass that will last for years to come, these panels come ready to install or can be painted to match your interior.

Factory correct texture finish
High quality fiberglass
Made in the USA 

Proudly manufactured in the USA by California Pony Cars with limited lifetime warranty

MSRP: $129.99


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