Welcome to our customer corral section. We will post your Mustang pictures and stories here. So feel free to submit them.
The first pic is my Dad and his 70′ in 1981… This is where my overall for mustangs started. My dad got his 70 when he graduated high school. He married my mom and then had me and it was our family car growing up. By the time I was born, it was all blue with blue diamond tuck interior him and my mom stitched up. Had N50 tires on his Cragers, a hot 302 and C4. After years of daily driving, the motor finally gave up, and it was parked. After it died, I used to play in it in the driveway and pretend I was racing it around. Think I was 11 or 12 then… It was always supposed to be my car when I got my license, but hard times came and Dad had to sell it. That’s why I bought mine when I was 15. That’s also why mine is blue… and at one time had Cragers on it...Read More
The year was 1976. I was 7 years old the first time I saw my dream car; it was a 1965 Mustang 2+2 Fastback and the first Mustang I ever saw. I fell in love at first sight.
When my parents couldn’t find me I would often be sitting in the Mustang listening to the radio and pretending to drive. My family owned this car 3 different times; the last time was 1981 when my father declared it would never come back. I thought, “Just wait and see.” This is where my journey begins.
This journey lasted 25 years, tracing the car all over the state of Alabama. From the time I was 12 years old, I would go to auto parts stores, gas stations and dealerships asking if anyone had seen my Mustang...Read More
Some pictures submitted from our Customer Alex Isip of his 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback GT500 C
My mustang romance begun with being brought home from the hospital after birth in my fathers new 1968 Mustang GT Convertible. I was told that if he was working outside and needed to keep myself out of trouble. I would be placed behind the wheel and be perfectly happy. I presume that in my mind I was cruzin for chicks!!!
Anyway today my father still owns the same car and I still get a special feeling every time I set inside.
Ron sends his best from the MCA’s 40th Anniversary at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Here are pictures of the blue Lego Mustang, the museum and some of the open track cars.
Here is a photo of my 1967 Mustang and my dad’s 1966 mustang. Both cars sport a built sbf stroker engine and both run off Ethanol E90 pump gas fuel. My dad’s 66 mustang is equipped with a full wide body kit from Maier Racing and is packing a Torq Storm supercharger to help go down the road. The Blue 67 mustang is pretty much set up for drag racing only. Full built roll cage. Drag suspension parts from Calvert Racing. We enjoy working on the cars together and always find something new to replace. Lol My pops is reason I got into hot rods 15 years ago, and have been hooked ever since. Both cars can be found on Instagram under @ThatBlue67 And @ThatRed66
My 1965 “PONY 65” Mustang coupe in vivid canary yellow. Power is from a 347 stroker delivering 431 HP. Transmission is a TKO 5- speed. Restoration took about one year. Majority of work was by KB Restorations.
Central Point, OR