1965 Ford Mustang Coupe
by Luca "Pony Nero"
Hi guys, I'm an Italian guy that has just started to restore his own Classic Mustang. Gotta say this is one of the worst Pony you may have seen in your life, it's covered with rust, there are lotta holes on the body, and also inside there are just bad news.
I'm going to save this 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe car from a not glorious end, I've just started with taking away glasses, doors and I've just a fender left attached, then I've cleaned the surface of the uninstalled fender. Gotta work a lot on them for sure, but that car was my dream, and I won't give up, never!
Bad thing it came from a supposedly Mexican guy from Miami, that means cheap fixes (or fixings, or repairs, I don't know how to say that in English) and that typical seaside air that make it easier for the rust to appear... Anyway, I'll learn a lot from this forum, I just wanna ask if you can give some advices when I'll come through certain points that may mislead me (like, where should I put this or that - I bought the car half-dismantled...).
Can I count on you? Hope so!
Bye for now!
P.s. I've not been able to upload pics, maybe next time!Hey Luca !
Glad to hear you're restoring your classic. We're here to help. Show us what it looks like now, so we can appreciate what it takes you to get it back to roadworthy.
P.S. check out the Mustang restoration sections for help and hints for 1965 Mustang restoration.
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