Very nice indeed! Who says youngsters have no vision and aren't hard workers. I like the fact that you bought the best looking year Mustang ever. Go Pack Go! Oh wait, you just might be a fan of one of those Texas teams
Well, cant take much credit for the hard work as I have a very hard working Dad to emulate (who just retired after 42 years at the SAME company!)
and I stay out of the NFL...them, basketball, soccer...all them only take one ball. I watch NASCAR
It was fun, however, playing cowboys and packers in the office this year...
Thanks! I hope to be getting some real work done on it shortly..
Looks great. I think my next on will be a 69. My 1st car was a 69 coupe 6 cylinder 3 speed (woohoo). Later bought a 69 fastback with some big engine in it that wouldn't crank once it got hot. Sold it for a song...(YES, I wish I had it back)!
Going to be keeping up with your build...good luck with it!
Funny story with the looks of 69's...I more or less arbitrarily picked Mustangs. My dad had a '66 GT back in the day (long before kids), there was a 68 fastback a few blocks from our house...those kind of got the idea implanted. So I google "classic mustangs" and began writing down the years I like to start hunting for a project car (mind you...this is in the neighborhood of 10-11 years old...still VERY MUCH a dream....)
1969 Won. Quad headlights, sleek fastback, slightly bigger body...I was smitten!
well, my handwriting wasn't too good...so my sloppy "1969 Mustang Fastback" that I wrote on a piece of paper, I would later interpret to say "1961 Mustang Fastback"....For the life of me, I could not figure out why I couldn't find any pictures of a 1961 Mustang when I revisited the dream...
needless too say, I figured it out