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Working and helping John learn his craft was very rewarding and I'm glad some of you enjoyed seeing this concept project come to light. It was simply a conversation / idea that turned into a dream of a young craftsmen an opportunity for an old timer car builder to help out and get one more young guy started on a life time of accomplishments in the art of building custom cars. Dream it then build it!

Here are few more images of the Reversion Mustang built by Johnny Sparks, and the young Sparks meeting with our good friend the late Paul Brown Mustang racer extraordinaire and his winning Boss 302 S Paul passed away Oct 13 th of skin cancer he was a big part of my life and business and and inspiration to all the guys in my shop over the two decades we took care of his body and paint work, we will miss him for sure but must continue on with guys like John Heermann aka 'Johnny Sparks" and their efforts.

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Lincoln, Neb.

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post #32 of 37 (permalink) Old 11-11-2012 Thread Starter
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Working and helping John learn his craft was very rewarding and I'm glad some of you enjoyed seeing this concept project come to light. It was simply a conversation / idea that turned into a dream of a young craftsmen an opportunity for an old timer car builder to help out and get one more young guy started on a life time of accomplishments in the art of building custom cars. Dream it then build it!

Here are few more images of the Reversion Mustang built by Johnny Sparks, and the young Sparks meeting with our good friend the late Paul Brown Mustang racer extraordinaire and his winning Boss 302 S. Paul passed away Oct 13 th of skin cancer he was a big part of my life and business and and inspiration to all the guys in my shop over the two decades we took care of his body and paint work. We will miss him for sure, but must continue on with guys like John Heermann aka 'Johnny Sparks" and their efforts.

Doug Kielian
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Lincoln, Neb.

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I just want your grabber blue Fox.

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I just want your grabber blue Fox.
make me an offer I can't refuse! I bought it new April1 1989 before it was one year old I'd chopped it and modified the body it's had a rough life but served me well, if i get time to recondition it a bit this spring it just might go up for sale! be interesting to see what kinda $ it would bring and were it would go?
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I saw it at fabolous fords

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the back end of that car looks sweet. They shouldve made the 2010s+ with that backend.
I agree with you on that one. I just picked up a new 2011 gt and my father use to have a '63, I remember being in it back in the day. I would love to get him one of those to work on, but those are hard to come by now.
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That car looks awesome from front to back!

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