Seven In A Row

Another busy week of giving our customers cars the once over and services now the car shows are well and truly under way. The last few weekends have been a pretty poor as far as the weather has been concerned, but we’re keeping our fingers crossed for next weekend’s big car show. The Enfield Pageant of Motoring 2019 which is our preferred car show of the year is on over the Bank holiday weekend. There probably won’t be a blog next week either as we will be busy of course, talking to Mustang fans, potential customers, existing customers and everybody in between.

We would love for you to come and see us to say hello and see the selection of cars we will have on our own stand. There will be our cars as well as different customers cars on different days, you will get to see the cars featured on our blog here up close and personal, perhaps a selfie or two with these beautiful cars.

Line Up:

We managed to move some lorries around and made room for a nice area where we stored some cars out the way for a while. We grabbed these pics while the sun was out, is this a Magnificent 7 or not? Very patriotic with a red and white theme going on.

We suspect that you noticed that one of the cars is not a Mustang not a Falcon. We have a beautiful ’63 Ford Mercury Meteor. This car has had some one-off, bespoke and hand crafted parts on this car which are just amazing. This little lady is still wearing her original paint job too!

Even the rear wheels were hand made just for this car.

The engine is a beautifully presented and ticks over like a clock.

In fact Adam likes this car so much he has got his eye on it to add to his collection.

Our Cars

Yogi’s car is also being worked on and has started the front suspension and running gear. There seems to be a trend at the moment for red springs and or shocks, we are not sure what that’s all about though. Apparently according to the bear it will shave of a tenth or two down the strip being red. We think that it’s more likely to do with the fact that he is running a drainpipe for a fuel line actually.

Yogi has opted for a set of our new brake kits, vented, slotted and with the extra drilled option. Straight from the stock shelf onto his car, we don’t think he even put them down before fitting them.

 

Yogi has alleged to have said, ‘I need bigger brakes to hold the new power pack when I do burn outs’ Only on the drag strip of course!! 😉

Make a point of coming to see us and say hello next weekend at the Enfield Pageant of Motoring.

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A business dedicated to restoration of Classic Mustangs. We supply parts, service, restoration and custom builds. Anything Mustang we can help.
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6 Responses to Seven In A Row

  1. Rudolf Hucker says:

    Red springs are the future!!

    Liked by 2 people

  2. Wow, what a line up.👍👍

    Liked by 1 person

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