Tag: Reblog

This Makes Us Mad! — Mustang Maniac (Heart Breaking Reblog)

This Makes Us Mad! — Mustang Maniac (Heart Breaking Reblog)

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Really really horrible thing to have happen, and then not having the moral fibre to hold up their hands 🙁

Hopefully someone may have seen this happen?

There is nothing more heartbreaking than seeing your pride and joy getting wrecked by some plank who don’t care. Contrary to what people may think, we don’t think pound notes when we see things like this, we feel the pain of the customer as we understand. This week we have dropped what we were doing […]

This Makes Us Mad! — Mustang Maniac

Lamar Taylor’s ‘92 Mustang LX Coupe — Reblog From Garage Hot Rods

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Sometimes hot rodding takes a good deal of patience and a little bit of horse trading. That is certainly the case for Lamar Taylor’s 1992 Mustang LX coupe. “I always wanted a coupe,” Lamar told me, “but never could find one I could afford that wasn’t a total project.” So a few years ago, Lamar […]

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Lamar Taylor’s ‘92 Mustang LX Coupe — Garage Hot Rods

Jeffrey Wirl’s ’81 Monte Carlo — Reblog from Garage Hot Rods

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Jeffrey Wirl’s ’81 Monte Carlo

Eighteen-year-old Jeffrey Wirl is a better hot rodder than I was when I was at that age. Back then, I was psyched that I managed to install a set of Accel spark plug wires on my Duster. Jeffrey, on the other hand, is doing an almost complete rebuild of a 1981 Monte Carlo – making […]

Jeffrey Wirl’s ’81 Monte Carlo — Garage Hot Rods

October 1, 1908: Ford Motor Company unveils the Model T, the “car of the century“ — Reblog from RANDOM Times

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Hailed as “the car of the century,” the first Model T Ford rolled off the assembly line in Detroit, Michigan, on this day, October 1, 1908. One of the leading executives behind the project, Charles E. Sorensen, was to describe later the eventful day when Henry Ford announced the idea. In his book, “My Forty […]

October 1, 1908: Ford Motor Company unveils the Model T, the “car of the century“ — RANDOM Times •

GM’s Fleeting Fastback Phase: The 1941-52 Streamliners — Reblog Mac’s Motor City Garage

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When the GM streamliners first made their appearance in 1941, they looked like the most advanced cars on the road. But the futuristic shape didn’t age well, lasting barely a decade.

GM’s Fleeting Fastback Phase: The 1941-52 Streamliners — Mac’s Motor City Garage

Streamline Moderne Postwar Good Gulf Service Station — Reblog from The Old Motor

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This impressive Gulf Oil Company service station located in an unknown area of Philadelphia, PA, was designed in the manner of the then-popular Streamline Moderne architecture. This form of building construction was fashionable from the mid-1930s to the ’50s, both here in the US and around the world. The “Good Gulf Nonox” neon sign out…

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The Boys Go Racing — Reblog from Mustang Maniac

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We went racing! The Mustang Owners Club Of Great Britain organised a private meeting at the UK’s premium drag strip – Santa Pod on 31st July 2020. Mustang Maniac and friends attended and the event was at max capacity. The only way to social distance here was to put as much space between your car […]

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Making Things — One Man And His Mustang – Reblog

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Today is my car’s birthday. This day fifty four years ago on the 11th July 1966 my car rolled off the Ford production line at Dearborn, Michigan. USA. Speaking of things being built, I was bought a model kit a while ago which was the LEGO GT500 kit, which I reviewed here. I thoroughly enjoyed […]

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Video: How to Care For Your 1951 Ford — Mac’s Motor City Garage – Reblog

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Better late than never. We’ve got some awesome car care tips for your brand new 1951 Ford. Here’s one big takeaway from this neat old 1951 factory film: Cars used to require a whole lot more service and maintenance than they do today. We are so spoiled here in the 21st century. Back in…

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