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Information about cars, including my 1966 Mustang Fastback

1966 Ford Mustang – Part 6 (Final)

24 August 2010
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Once the car was transported to my home, I took it to different shows around the country, usually close to where I was living at the time.  Here are several different photos from those shows.

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1966 Ford Mustang – Part 5

10 November 2009
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After the disaster of my September 2001 trip to pick up the mustang, I was able to get out to Florida again in March 2002.  This time the car was ready to be picked up, though not completely correct.  I spent quite a few hours working on the car to make the car usable.  This…

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1966 Ford Mustang – Part 4

12 May 2009
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In August 2001, I was planning on picking up the car from the restoration shop.  We planned on a trip out there in early September.   We traveled out to the shop on Monday the 10th and this is what we found, the car was not ready what so ever.  Little did we know at that…

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1966 Ford Mustang – Part 3

22 April 2009
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Sometime in early 2000, I moved from Orlando, FL to Southern California, for a job change.  The original plan for the car was we were going to pay for the body work to be done and then reassemble the car ourselves.  When we got housing all straighten out in SoCal, we were not going to…

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1966 Ford Mustang – Part 2

12 April 2009
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In the beginning of 1998, the car went in for a full restoration. The (now ex)wife and I spent a month of weekends stripping the car down to rolling stock.  Only the engine, transmission, suspension and steering linkages remained.  It spent over 4 years being restored, mainly due to the limitation of us raising enough…

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1966 Ford Mustang – Part 1

11 April 2009
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A 1996 Ford Mustang Fastback, A-Code (289 CID 4V engine).  I purchased the car 1994 for $4k and these pictures are what the car looked like.  The car was painted to look like a mock Hertz Shelby GT 350, down to the 1969 Mag wheels.  It also had a 3 speed transmission which was not…

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