If ever we needed proof of how old SN-95 Mustangs have become, it shows in their exterior
Seems like yesterday when we were at the '94 Mustang Job 1 ceremony. At Dearborn assembly on October 4, 1993, there was much fanfare celebrating the all-new SN-95 Mustang's mass production start-up. Ford's chairman Red Poling and soon-to-be chairman, Alex Trotman, hopped into a bright red '94 Mustang GT convertible and blasted through a curtain to launch an exciting new Mustang era. It was at the SN-95 Job 1 launch that Poling handed over the symbolic keys to Ford Motor Company to Trotman, signaling Poling's retirement.
That moment in Mustang history is 16 years gone now and the "Team Coletti" SN-95 Mustangs are suddenly overnight contemporary classics. They were an exciting first step toward getting back to what the Mustang was to begin with. The SN-95 was well received and remains one of the most popular Mustangs ever produced with untold thousands still on the road-many of them with aged headlights.
We decided to replace our friend's milky headlights and parking lights with replacements f
We decided to help out a buddy by replacing the milky headlights and parking lamp modules on his '95 GT coupe with a new set of SVT Cobra pieces from Brothers Performance. This is an affordable, one-afternoon project you can do in your driveway without burning up a month's lunch money.
The SN-95 Mustang was the first to have a radiator support cover, which is retained by pse
Once you get the plastic retainers out, remove the radiator cover.
The parking lamp modules are retained with one threaded stud on each side.....
....Remove the retaining nut using a 10mm socket and remove the lamp.
Gently disconnect the parking lamp lead like this. We stress caution because, over time, t
Headlamp module removal is not as easy as the parking lamp removal. Depress the plastic ad