Jim Smart
February 18, 2010

When we began Project Reclaim from Mustangs Plus and The Restomod Shop, we envisioned cleverly appointed fastback air extractors to dress out the roofline. However, we weren't pleased with the outcome, so Terry Simpson from The Restomod Shop and Bill Faull of Mustangs Plus reverted to the time-honored and practical Shelby quarter windows. Traditionally, Mustang fastbacks have always looked great with Shelby quarter windows from Tony D. Branda Performance. It is a time-proven modification originally inspired by Shelby American on the '66 GT350s. It remains popular today.

We will tell you going in that this is not an easy installation. It involves cutting the fastback's air extractor body structure, which can test your fabrication skills. For this article, there were no better persons to tackle this tough task than Terry Simpson and Richard Bramlett from The Restomod Shop. Both gentlemen knew what needed to be done and how to do it.

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