Well, im mostly looking around learning how to do this stuff to my 69 mach 1 351w. It was a heap, but its turning into a resto-mod. Thanks to mike i now have a 351w coupe to tear apart /forums/images/icons/smile.gif (dont like killing it, but hey, its giving life to my mach)
While we are on the subject of who in the NorCal region are paying attention, would any of you like to be added to the NorCal-VMF email list? I know that some of you already have done this (we have 22 members so far), but I know there are more than 22 of us out there.
The NorCal-VMF list is just a way for us all to keep in touch and make planning events for the region a little easier.
Just shoot me an email with your email address and I will add you to the list.
Hi, Ken here, near Lawrence/280. Reading your posts.
Planning to get to an event to meet some of you. Certain it'll cause me to start revision 100 on my '66 (but that's why I keep it). Maybe I'll even have to give it a name after reading all those related posts. Hmmm... male or female? Purrs like a kitten, roars like a lion, maybe an animal name?
I have neither lurked nor posted (until now)...but I wanted to drop by and say hi to our brothers/sisters to the north! Also, I think that we should be thinking of coordinating a "Meet In The Middle Cruise" for the spring. maybe meet in Paso Robles or Morro Bay for an overnighter. I would be more than willing to try and coordinate a good lacation at a local eatery so we could have a cruise night. You guys/gals game?
A few months ago I picked up a 64.5 K code convertible. It was a theft recovery and in storage for 20+ years. The inner rockers and parts of the floorboards along the rocker needs to be replaced. Driver side quarter panel also. I've got NOS quarter. This is going to be a father/daughter...
Hello West Coast Mustangers,
I thought I would take a shot in the dark here and see if anyone could help me out.
I decided to make an effort to find the original owner of my 65 fastback that was purchsed new at Hayward Ford in California.
The first owner was Harold R Ohleyer and he lived in...
I visited Jerry at ABC Mustang in Hayward on Friday. To put it lightly Jerry is not a happy camper. He was informed that the church that rents to him is upping his rent and he can't afford it. So he's looking to move but can't find an acceptable spot. He has about 9 of his own cars to move and...