Hello, Well it is nice to be here. I have a 66 coupe that I am in the process of restoring. I am part owner of are family body shop. I have done quite abit of work to the car so far. I have stripped it to point of I am starting to weld new sheet metal back in place of the old rusted parts. I have cut off the frame rails and rad. support ,firewall,floor, with alot of thinking before I had started thinking about buying a IFS Mustang II. I have changed my mind I am going with stock front. I removed the motor I was told it was a 289 from the PO. I took it in to have it machined to a 289 HIPO well come to find out it was a 260. So that was the end of the road for the 260. Since all that came about I bought a 302 EFI roller motor. I will not be using the EFI I am going with a carb. I will post some pics soon. Thanks
1966 Mustang Convertible - T Code - vintage burgundy / black pony interior
1966 Mustang Coupe - C Code - currently red / black standard interior (going back to original dark moss green / ivy gold and white pony interior)
Wife,........."You drove how far for that thing?"
Daughter,..."Theres no inside and it stinks."
Friend,......."Dude, thats a rusted piece of sheet."
Son,.........."This old car is cool."
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