Who is the Yogi?

This week has been a productive week with the “Rust In Piece” project coming along well with the front end now been replaced and put back together again. The final welding and clean ups of the welds are to be done this week if all goes to plan. The underside chassis legs front and rear are in place and welded up to the new floor give the structural integrity back to the car.

The rear section has been strengthened with the rails under the light panel being replaced ready for the rear valance to be refitted.

Customer Cars:

The race car project has been worked on this week by Yogi with him busy refitting the front suspension and steering being fitted.


Just for Fun:

Ok, as much as we hate to admit it, we have been asked for a picture of our “Yogi” as it’s an unusual name. You may be surprised to know that Yogi is not his real name of course, oh and he doesn’t live in Jellystone Park either, but we will oblige those couple of emails by posting a picture as requested. Yogi can often be seen lurking around multiple Mustangs in his cave, if you stray into his cave make sure you shut the door behind you, he don’t like getting cold! However, we would kindly ask any of our very welcome visitors to our workshops, please do not to feed the bear!


In fact we may even start a Mustang Maniac Yogi Fan Club!


A while ago now we posted a small picture of a car and asked for you to let us know what you think it is. We decided it’s about time we done another one. We think this is pretty difficult, so we will give you a clue, this car is a “real one off”!


We will see how it goes, before we give the answer to this one, maybe next week or two.

About Mustang Maniac

A business dedicated to restoration of Classic Mustangs. We supply parts for all ages of Mustangs 1964 to present day, servicing, restoration and custom builds. Anything your Mustang needs, we can help.
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