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Hello Mustang Fanatics. My name is Joe and I've had my 1965 Ford Mustang for about 5 years now. When I bought it I knew nothing of cars, (Im 24 now) and had the engine rebuilt at a place that quite frankly didn't do a good job. I now need my engine rebuilt again and need some advice. I plan on keeping my straight six body, but would like to know what steps I should take on getting it redone at a place that will do it right and not over charge me. I've put a lot of money into this car, and hearing that I need to spend over 2 grand to fix it has really shot down my spirits. Though selling it off and getting a "reliable car" is what people keep telling me to, I can't bring myself to do that. Instead Im going to save up money and get it redone proper this time.
I live in Santa Clarita (40 minutes from LA) and could meet up to talk about it. If you know of a honest mechanic Id be interested in getting a quote.
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