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1967 Coupe Deluxe Package (vinyl roof, ribbed tail light panel, hood turn signal lights, dual-tone seats, Styled Steel wheels, center and roof consoles, P/S, A/C. V8 (289 2B C4). Restored to close to original in 1996.
This is me in my work car. Type 76 Toyota Land Cruiser. Which I find deliciously ironic since my 1967 Mustang convertible is also a type 76 body style...
In this picture, I am located on the outskirts of Qala Qazi, Afghanistan. You can read more about my car and my work in the blog entry "Magic Carpet Ride" which is located in my blog which is my signature.
I see a recurring theme here. Half of the posters here are linked to the military and the other half are patriotic American civilians. I love it. It confirms to me everything about Mustang owners; that we love our country and families as much as we love our cars.
Here is me in Iraq with the key to the city in my hand. If I knock and you don't open...don't worry....I'll get in.
Here's a picture of me in Iraq with my Russian Jeep that we found and fixed up. I used it to cruise around the base.
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