I've been lurking on the forum since 2013, and just recently made my account.
I bought my 66 Hardtop in 2013 and I remember when I was working on it back then that I could come on this forum and look things up, or got here somehow through Google, but I remember being able to see pictures even if you didn't have an account or weren't signed in, that doesn't seem to be the case anymore.
Anyhow I guess the intro thread should be about me, and the Build log will be about my 66 whenever I get time to make that post. Remember, my build is already 5 years in the making, sort of...
My name's Brad and I'm an alcoho... oh wait, wrong place!
So in 2013 I bought my 66, and did a little bit of work, then the next year I joined the US Navy Reserves, Enlisted and I don't want to offend anyone on here but I'll tell you that at first I absolutely loved it, but after a while I quickly realised that this was not for me. I think if I were to have gone Officer and Full time, I would still be in the Navy today, but Enlisted Reserves was just not for me. I made it to MA3 (E4) before "failing" my fitness tests to be removed from the Reserves in mid 2016. Any comments/questions on why I did what I did regarding the Navy will be ignored.
Now I do installation for a tech sales company where I installed 75" to 102" Smartboard in classrooms in Elementary through High schools and Businesses, Police stations etc.
They're pretty fun to mess with, They're giant touch screen monitors, like a huge iPad tablet.
I work all over Michigan, we've been to Lansing, Traverse City, Jackson, St. Clair Shores, Kalamazoo, Saginaw and everywhere in between.
I'm 25 and never went to college. High school grad who started working right after highschool in 2010, worked at an O'Reilly Auto Parts for a few years worked my way up to Management, bought my Mustang, lost my job, joined the Reserves, left the Reserves, started working, still working, and now I want to work on my Mustang some more and hopefully get it finished and on the road by 2020. (So really 2025 in realistic time)
I guess that's it.