Retired aircraft mechanic and working on a '66 - Vintage Mustang Forums

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post #1 of 1 (permalink) Old 12-13-2014, 03:56 AM Thread Starter
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Retired aircraft mechanic and working on a '66

Hi all, I just thought I'd introduce myself to get a post going and hopefully hang out on the forum a bit more frequently - I joined about a year ago and haven't been on the forum much. I originally joined to to get some help on a problem I was facing with rebuilding the vent windows. I found my answer if I recall correctly... My name is Bruce and I am retired Air Force (37 years worth), and still working part time on airplanes. I am living in SoCal and working on what is probably my 6th or 7th Mustang over the past 30 plus years. I now have a '66, with Pony interior and a six cylinder, which is exactly what I was looking for when I picked this thing up 15 years ago this month. Drove her around for a few years and then decided to tear it down and do it over. I am coming down the home stretch, but find myself dragging my feet on it. I seem to have too many things going on and as a result it's taking longer to finish than anticipated. I'm not doing a concourse restoration by any means, as I intend to use it as a driver. I don't plan on parting with this one, and would like to eventually drive it in one of the Mustangs Across America events. Will post some pix before too long.
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