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Working on classic Mustangs, whether mine or to give someone a hand with theirs.
jerks who don't appreciate the cars of other eras
If it ain't broke, check it anyway.
My Dream Mustang
1967 Mustang Fastback w/ 427SOHC engine
Old enough to have owned new Mustangs in 1965, 1966 and 1967. Worked at Carroll Shelby's original site at the International airport hangar building 1965 GT350 & GT350R Mustangs. I still have most of the detail work sheets that were used to build these cars from the ground up. I use these for reference when restoring or modifying early classic Mustangs. Over the years, I have restored and sold over a dozen classic Mustangs finally deciding to clone a 1965 GT350 from the stock model that I located. The car is finished and has received 3 trophies out of the four shows it has been in. I am currently restoring a 1966 coupe. I am known in my area for the my expertise in rebuilding and assembling small block Ford engines for street or drag. I am a good source for information on classic Mustangs since I've completely dismantled and resembled all the body styles from 1965-1968.
My favorite ride was a trip back from a company picnic coming north on I-95 near Columbia, MD. The entrance to I-95 is on the left (fast lane) and as I pulled out to maneuver into the center lane there was a van staying directly on my right. I slowed, they slowed, until I got a look at the driver. The driver's son was leaning out the driver's window with a picture phone taking pictures of my car, the 1965 GT350 clone. I thought it was pretty neat.
Timeslips Mustang Ride
1965 GT350 clone
Engine type and displacement
V8, 289, .030 over
heads,cam,intake,carb,headers, torque converter and shift kit