3 Ford didn’t offer a collapsible steering column until the late ’60s, and even those are usually a non-tilt offering when it comes to the Mustang, Falcon, Torino, Fairlane, and other intermediates. While you can swap a factory collapsible column, you have to have the correct column mounts for it, too. A great option is this laser-cut, collapsible column from Flaming River. It offers the utmost in crash protection by collapsing when needed, but offers tilt wheel functionality for ingress/egress and driving comfort. You can order the column to work with a stock Mustang wheel or an aftermarket wheel. We’re using one of these in Generation Gap as well.