Pro Street Goes Home

We have done our little bit on the Pro Street Mustang and the customer is pleased with the results. The car was parked up ready for collection Saturday morning, Marcus and Adam discussed seat belts and a solution found which should make a nice improvement to the comfort of driving the car.

The previous work was to remove the old rotten metal and replace with new and repaint. If you can’t see it, we have done our job well.

Yogi, decided to replace the fuel line as he was not happy with it and of course he fabricated a one-off, hand-made bespoke fuel line just for this car.

Yogi also decided that the car needed a little extra something was needed when the fenders started to go back on. His choice? A set of Ford stamped stainless bolts and a little polished stainless bolts makes all the difference. Only a few quid extra on the bill, but the subtle difference makes it all worth while. There is a little black sealer between the inner and outer fenders which we hadn’t cleaned just yet. We advised Marcus to drive the car for a little while to settle the fenders down, then after a couple of hundred miles remove the excess and no more sealer should show.

While outside we had a pic of Marcus with his nice new clean lines engine bay.

Another (new) satisfied customer whom we look forward to seeing again. We believe there could be a couple of little more jobs, but nothing that needs doing right away. We just want Marcus to enjoy the car for a while before we have her back. We took a little video of Marcus leaving for his trip home, we’re pretty sure he won’t mind. 🙂

We have been asked what this car sounds like, well turn up the volume to find out and enjoy this lovely idle.

Adam’s New Toy

Adam and LAR have decided that they needed a big power pulling vehicle to pick up lorries and winch etc. The name of the new lady – “Babby”, and Adam says that this 6 x 6 truck is just “simply, simply lovely”.  The crane hoist and all mechanics are remote-controlled from a box hanging around your neck, so you can see exactly what is going on while operating the controls. Did we mention it has a twelve litre Rolls Royce engine as well?

OK, it’s not a Mustang, but this is a serious truck and lets face it – every bloke and a few ladies of course wants to have a go!

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3 Responses to Pro Street Goes Home

  1. OMG that Pro Street sounds nice! Where do i book for a go in the crane? lol

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  2. Pingback: Pro Street Goes Home — Mustang Maniac – Voices From The Garage

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