Over the past year or so, I've been driving my '67 Mustang a bunch. After all, it was my first car. I purchased it 19 years ago (for $2400) when I had just turned 17 years old in 2000. It has always run really strong for me, especially after the engine rebuild around 2012, when I also replaced the factory two barrel carb with a 4 barrel Holley, added an aluminum intake manifold, and abandoned the stock camshaft in favor of a warmed up cam from Comp Cams. Since the engine rebuild, I haven't really changed much on the car and only drove it occasionally on weekends. This past year, I've put the..
Sunny days in February are hard to come by in the Pacific Northwest, but I was able to sneak in the first drive of the year a few weeks back with my '67 Mustang! If you're interested, here's the story about the car, which was my very first car that I purchased in 2001 as a 17 year old.
Here's my numbers matching 289 C4 Frost Turquoise Ford Mustang. I decided to give the GoPro a whirl and attached it to the rear driver's side quarter panel. They day was rainy but that didn't stop me. Be sure to check out the classic car blog to submit your photos and stories.
Ever since I can remember, I have been a huge fan of classic cars; particularly classic Mustangs. When I was a teenager I saved up enough money and I began looking to purchase my first car. I knew what I wanted. A 1967 Mustang; either a coupe or a fastback. I looked at a few before my dad came across this picture in the Wheel Deals magazine in November 2000. I was 17 years old. It didn’t look like much, but my dad showed me the picture and said he would stop by and take a look. I remember talking to him right after high school basketball practice, and he told me the car..
After rocking 15" aluminum mag wheels and cooper tires on his 1967 Mustang coupe for the last 10+ years, Evan has finally pulled the trigger on a new tire and wheel package. After thinking this long on it, what has he decided on, you ask? Tried and true muscle car's deserve a tried and true wheel and tire package. He hit the nail on the head, and has decided on American Racing Torque Thrust 2's. Since their inception many years ago (before Evan and I were even alive!) no wheel has been as popular as an aftermarket choice for all types of muscle cars and hot rods. He has decided on going with..