Ok, here's a little story for ya'll. I went to a Mustang cruise held by Mustang Monthly magazine (that's what the first pic up top is from), and it went over a few mountains. Well, to my great surprise, my master cylinder went sh!tsville on me while I was going up one of these mountains. As I approached the top of the mountain, I decided I better pull over before I died, and I just happed to pull into the most interesting place.
The place was called Carter's Mountain Girls Cafe. Picture a little shack turned into a bar, with a small dance floor (with 2 poles...very fancy) behind the bar. And to top it off, there was nothing but old, perverted, toothless hillbillies in it. lol!
Too bad I wasn't there while the girls were supposed to be there. Since it was obvious I wasn't going to drive the old girl home, I decided to have a few drinks while I called around for a towing service. About 2 1/2 hours later, a wrecker finally showed up, and by this time i was feeling pretty damn good. Here's a few pics of her being loaded up for the 2 hour drive home.
Here are some pics of what i started with. These were taken after I already started tearing the engine bay down. I took as much of it down to bear metal as I could and re-did the whole thing in cast grey and chrome. I know chrome don't get ya home, but it sure is purdy.
i really like the old stangs....why didja sell it? BTW i think i like your profile pic even more! can you send me the fullsize pic of that in my email when you have a chance? my adress is [email protected] thanks!
I sold it because I have other projects I want to do. Right now I'm re-doing the suspension on my Fiero, and soon I'm gonna have a project Ramcharger, and then sometime in the future I want to pic up a 67 or 68 Mustang fastback. So as you can see, one of the toys had to go.
Check your e-mail for that pic.
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