“Adam is the UK’s leading Mustang Expert, highly recommended by the club and work out of a Mustang Disneyland with piles of spares, lines of parts cars, and treasures….”
Quentin Willson – Classic Car Magazine June 2015.
“Mustang Maniac in Ware has done a really cracking job detailing the engine, fitting new suspension, replacing both floors and now she’s solid, shiny and sweet driving.”
Quentin Willson – Classic Car Magazine June 2015.
“Adam and the team, with a very special mention to Al, have had my car for a few weeks to carry out its annual inspection, MOT and to fix some jobs they had discussed with me last year. Having just collected it from them today (Fri 07/08/2015), it runs better now than it ever has thanks to the care, attention to detail and ‘other magic’ they know. As usual the whole process has been completely painless – it’s a great feeling to know that the people looking after my old car think as much of it as I do…so I have absolutely no worries leaving it in their capable hands. This time they completed all the jobs on my list as well as rectifying a few more that I never realised were an issue, thus saving me from future trouble. I would strongly recommend Adam and the Mustang Maniac team to anyone wanting proper experts to look after all their Mustang needs….then you can simply leave them to it in the knowledge they will always do what’s best for these lovely old cars”
GW – retired Ford Motor Company Director
“Mustang Maniac are the font of all knowledge. Adam is always there with advice and parts I need. My one stop Mustang shop. The standard of workmanship from his team is unmatched in the trade”. 101% recommended.
‘Adam and his team cannot be more helpful, not only do they do what you ask to be done, they go be-yond and actually replace/repair or correct things that you would never know should be done. Always lend and ear, and get you out of tricky situations…I wouldn’t take my classic mustang anywhere else”!
“Wow! As soon as I arrived at Mustang Maniac I knew I my car was in the right place. The service was so efficient, professional and boy do Adam & the Team know their stuff! I couldn’t recommend a company more highly. I even drove away with a tear in my eye – and this time it wasn’t the exhaust fumes!”
“Chaps, what a difference, a lovely drive back home and even floored it for a while which chucked 40 odd years of leaves and crap out of the vents. Great fun at last!
Thanks again for all your time and attention spent on the car you guys have done an amazing job.
“The work that you guys at Mustang Maniacs have done on the car was phenomenal – differences you have made since you got it and did a couple of days work, Pulls and accelerates noticeably better – absolutely beautifully and even sounds better. The brakes also seem to work so much better and it handles and steers so so much better in the bends and straight – no more steering wobble or unnoticeable !!! Petrol consumption is also so much better – really very noticeable indeed.”
“First of all thank you for your hospitality and the rubber aerial seal and the keyring. The drive home was an absolute pleasure. I enjoyed driving the car before, now I LOVE IT. You and Alan definitely worked your magic on the Stang. You have transformed it from a good car to a great car. I will be your life long loyal customer.”
“Just a brief email to say thanks that I was made welcome on arrival and the effort for taking the time to show me around the workshop and meeting with the mechanic (Alan I think) who ran through the work and set up he carried out on my car, this felt a very personnel service indeed. This is testament to your knowledge and love of Mustangs and how you operate your business.
My Mustang felt so much more driveable with all the little tweaks done. The brakes felt so much sharper, I didn’t have to apply the regular 120lb of pressure to stop. The steering was much more tighter, it held the line on the motorway with no shaking at speed. The handling has improved threefold and actually goes where you steer now. I didn’t realise how poorly she handled until Mustang Maniac put it right. All the cosmetically components and upgrades have given me a huge smile. Absolutely love it.
Thanks again for making my Mustang a good drivable car. I will be back for the next upgrades and advice at some stage as a returning customer. A very happy Mustang owner.”
“Mustang Maniac done some suspension work on my 1966 Fastback in went in with the usual old car problems lots of noises and bangs and worsted of all lots of body roll, they fitted a new pair of front shocks and springs a new 1” shaw bar and they sorted some other jobs that needed doing, the car now looks great with its new shocks and springs and it is sitting right but best of all it’s driving like a completely different car to how it went in I’m really pleased with their service”
I have had a few orders from you now with many more to come and I would just like to say what a fantastic service you provide shipped on day of purchase received next day on every order 1st class the best
If only the Americans could take a leaf out of your book
If I must I will be the first to guess, at the risk of looking foolish…Is it a 2005?
I can see what will happen here, if I answer a process of elimination could take place. It’s not a bad guess at all but not quite right. Nobody will look foolish, it’s just a bit of fun. Already had an email that was further away than you are.
Keep guessing. 🙂
Hi Debbie, between us we must be able to crack it. Get everybody on the case. Lol
Hmm, not as easy as it looks. Obviously a newer model, I will go 2008. Hood catches original?
Not a bad guess but further away than Debbie. Yes the hood catches are original equipment for the car.
Mart, I sent you a few secret websites that might help us!
I know but not allowed to say lol 🙂
Lol, Thanks John.
In my expert opinion…and…according to my research on the Pony tri-bar emblem along with headlight housings I’m firm with 2005-2009 so my updated guess is 2006. If this is incorrect I think we need another tiny clue. If not, John B from above is welcome to secretly email me. 🙂
Hi Debbie, you are correct it’s 2006. Now for the harder part, what is the particular model?
I’m not sure secret websites are in the rules. But well done so far. 🙂
Here goes…2006 Shelby GT-H…
We have a winner! Well played Debbie.
This is number 340 of 500. This was originally for rental in Las Vegas and I am its only owner since the rental period finished.
Two interesting little facts,
1- Before you could rent the car Hertz would interview the potential hirer.
2- Before the vehicle wad hired they would show you the “Shelby seal” on the engine. If this was missing on return no deposit back etc. The engine seal was a steel cable that loops from the engine to the chassis and sealed with a lead stamp and identifying number. This vehicle still has the seal in place, and of course holds its value as a result.
Way to go Debbie, well done. I am gonna hunt this little lady down when I get there next.
No problems Mart, we don’t normally get to this area as it’s a pure storage area for all sorts! lol
How amazing it must be to be knee deep in Mustang cars, bits and pieces (as Mart calls them), and all their glory every day. Thanks for letting me play along. I wish I could say I have all things Mustang stored up in my little brain, but I don’t. However, I have some pretty epic skills when using my MacBook Pro and Google. It might not be fair, but it is very efficient. 🙂
Hi Debbie, The thanks is really to you for taking the time out to play the game. Knee deep is an understatement at the moment, our latest delivery has just swamped us for space, it not a single part but 6 of this and 12 of that for the more popular items etc. when you have these “bits and pieces” around you all day it sort of becomes second nature. Google – the font of all knowledge. lol. I may post another teaser on here, depends if people like it or not!
First comment was to Mustang Maniac. This one is to Mart: Thanks for the congrats!! I tried giving you a few helpful avenues with clues, let’s just say I beat you off the line and crossed the finish line first. 🙂