Two at the moment down from my peak of three
- 1967 Fastback
- 2006 V6 Premium Coupe
I might also have a '64 1/2 convertible at this point as well but it was stolen by the restoration shop when I was a kid.
I wish I hadn't sold the 1980 but at the time I sold it, it wasn't running and I didn't have plans to get it running. I'd really like to eventually get one back.
The 2006 was totaled by a diabetic moonbat in 2012 and I've got a few decisions left to make to get it back to being my daily driver as a Salvage Rebuild. The airbag deployed and I really, really don't want to put a replacement back in. I'd really like to put a vintage wooden steering wheel in, but I'd almost certainly have to VIN it as a kit car to get it legal since you have to replace all OE safety equipment to get a Salvage car Rebuilt in Ohio. Still looking into the TCO between the options.
The '67 fastback is my dream car. For the first iteration, I'm focusing most of my budget on the body work and the suspension. Looking for a very budget-minded power plant (1k-2k range) for the first pass. After it's on the road, the 427 Windsor is getting built up on a stand as the forever engine.
I'd really like to eventually add a '71 or '72 Mach I.
After that, I'd actually really like to add a II...maybe a '77 Cobra.
At that point, I think I'd have 6.
Sounds like a good round number for myself.
...then I'd need to start thinking about which ones I'd want my kids to add to the stable.
80 Muscort- "Wifebeater" (sorry if it offends. I didn't name it)
06 V6 Premium - "Hidalgo" (R.I.P.
67 C-code Fastback - "Tombstone"
My Mustangs don't get chick names. They get horse names.
When Hugh Hefner dies, will anyone actually believe the ubiquitous eulogy statement: "Well, at least he's in a better place"
Tombstone's Grille Ornament