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Hello
UK here, male 53 married, in London.
I've been around the hot rodding / Custom car / yank scene here in England for to many years.
I have a 1967 Mustang, and a 1967 Camaro.
Not Hot rods I agree, but V8s and fun.
Well the Mustang is fun to drive, the Camaro is a pile of bits in my garage.
Which one day might be a car, or an even bigger pile of bits.
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Heck yes they are hot rods, if they are hot rodded, they are hot rods. But even for restorations, we all have different tastes here and you find a little of everything. Welcome!

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I bought it with out and engine, the plan was to put a engine in that I had.
Then sell it to make a bit of money.
That didn't work out, as I gotcarried away with it.


















That's how far I have got.
I have got marrried, got a house built a garage, extended the house.
Still haven't finished the Camaro
 

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Here is the Mustang.
It runs drives goes around corners and everything.








Mostly stock, you can see the wheels are american racing.
The engine, is a 1969 302, I have the original 289 as well.
Holley carb on an Edelbrock manifold, and cam.
Replaced the interior, and other bits and pieces, had it since 1981.

It has a narrowed 9 inch, it's just 2 inch each side less then the stock 8 inch.
390 GT springs. A coil out of the front springs.

Don't it use very much, but couldn't sell it really.
 

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Awesome stuff there Mark, I can dig it!

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