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2/06/2018 8:09 AM  #1


I am new to this site but not new to Mustangs. Our first new car was a 1967 Mustang 2+2, 289, 3-speed without air or any extras. The wife drove my 1958 Square T-Bird without water in it to work...partly my fault. We are still married after 52 years. I do all my own work except machine-shop stuff and sometimes upholstery. My 289 powered 32 five window was on the cover/centerfold of 1976 August issue of Performance CARS magazine, a color spread in Rod Action that year (April I think) and was in other magazines. A very rich man built a 4 bay shop in my backyard so I could build cars just for him, which I did for several years. Now I am the M6A (Mustang 6 cylinder Assoc.) 1st. generation GURU for 6 cylinder Pony cars on-line as Old Geezer (I am 74 years old). My present ride is a 1965 Mustang coupe with 200 SIX, C4, AC, Upgraded stereo system, modified suspension, new interior, a few custom touches and front 4-lug disc brakes. I would attach pictures if I knew how.


2/06/2018 8:22 AM  #2

Re: Newbie

Your introduction sounds awesome. Welcome to the forum from Knoxville TN.  Do you travel much in your Mustang?

1968 T-code Coupe with a 302.  Nice car, no show stopper for sure, but I like it.

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