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This is a great thread. I often wonder who you guys are and what you do other than own a Mustang. I'm Andy, I live on the North Shore of Mass, 31 years old and I'm an interactive designer. Attached is a pic of my wife and I and of course my mustang.
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Nineteen66mustang you could tryto goto School of Mines.
I applied and was accepted to Mines, but decided to choose CU. Evidently mines is best for everything except mechanical engineering, and i guess CU has one of the best schools for that in the area. Also, Mines is really small, really tough, and there are 9 guys to every girl. ya, not cool.
Lightened the picture up a little to see what was in there. DID HER PARENTS KNOW ABOUT THIS?!?!?!
And how do you get SIX people in a Mustang without rear tires rubbing on the back fenders?
Haha, ya her parents did know... she was going out with the guy next to her... The tires were rubbing like mad. I already have a crappy shock that would rub occasionally, and it was almost rubbing the whole time there... oh well, it was fun.
man, i dont know why, but i love this thread, its so interesting...
Haha, been there. This summer before I had my new leafs in I had five people in my car and the tires rubbed on every little bump, never doing that again.
'65 Mustang GT-stroker 347 w/Toploader 4-speed
'84 SVO-2.3T at 17 psi
'04 WRB STi
"Dead is dead, it's pretty clear cut"
"Yeah, until we show up with drugs and jumper cables and argue about it!"
Yep, this is a good thread. We often just have pictures of our cars, so why not us with the car(s)? My dad usually posts' on here. Here is a picture of me with theStang that we restored, we've had it for close to 20 years. We started when I was10 and on my 15th birthday when I came home from school my dad had just finished painting it. Drove it my sophomore, junior and senior year. I am away at college now and it drives me crazy to be five hours away from it.My sister drives it to school some and dad drives it to crusie-in's.
Jeff, 38 years old :gasp:, professional engineer (civil), play ice hockey in an adult league,live inan L.A.suburb, house marked with an 'A' below:
This is where I spent my free time and money while my Mustangs hibernated for 10+ years.
I now spend most of it on my four kids (5, 5, 3 & 1 years old) and have pretty much parked the Jeep for the last year or so as I restored the fastback. The only pic I have of me and the car is when I was dismantling it, my father lending a bit of muscle.
Here's it now:
I know I haven't been in the classic section in a few months but thats because I have been separated from my car for a few months and didn't want to miss it even more but I may be reunited soon so I came with a question, but thats for another post. Here's my car.
And me this summer while deployed to the middle east.
Speed has never killed anyone. Suddenly becoming stationary... that's what gets you. -Jeremy Clarkson
gothand- NICE JEEP! i would love to own a 4x4. if only money allowed. My dad used to have a sweet 46 ****** cj2a but had to sell it cuz he had kids.
19stang66- That motorcycle must HAUL ***.
1966 Mustang Coupe w/ 302. C4. Fancy new interior. Unique (cheapo) wheels. More suspension upgrades than I can afford. Disc brakes. Dark Moss Green.
2005 Subaru Legacy GT- DD, SPT cold air intake, momo shift ****, STi pedals, and an HRC sticker . Obsidian Black Pearl.
This is me, a French far from home living in a beautiful city. Even if my engine seems to be asking for a complete rebuild, I still feel very happy to drive one of "your" classic
... and I am sorry but one day I'll bring it back with me
1967 Coupe - 289 A - T5 3.55 - Long tubes - Flowmaster 40 Series
Performer Heads - RPM Air Gap Intake - Holley 600 cfm - Performer
RPM cam - MSD distributor - Manual Steering and that's pretty much it
This is a great thread! Some great cars, and It is nice to put a face to people and know a little about them.
I am 48 (Yeah, I know "Old Fart" right?)live in Independence, Missouri (Harry Truman country, not far from his Presidential library).
In my younger days I burned the candle at both ends and lit a bonfire in the middle work wise. I was a restaurant owner, had 2 locations spent lots of hours working and took no vacations for nearly 20 years. Now I have sold out and spend my time workingwith kids (Boy Scouts of America) I have always been in Scouting since I was a Cub Scout but now I can spend my summers working at the localcouncil summer camp (I run a dining hall... what a shock. )
During the winter my wife and I take 2-3 vacations per year (To make up for all the years we missed) and love to SUBA dive in the Carib.
Wow, thinking about it... no wounder I have had this car for 3 years and am no further along than I am.
Here are some pics, 1st - the "Rustang" arriving and going into the shop at my Dad's place. (Thats the only time I have "Driven" my car, 1.5 mph under the power of the lawn tractor. ) Then me with my "Messtang". 3rd -My Wife and I at the peak of Salt Isle. B.V.I. in '06. 4th - We were at "Sunset House" in the Cayman Islands Dec. '07. and finally my Staff giving me a birthday "Surprise" at the H.Roe Bartle Scout Reservation.
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