Mustangs hold a special place in my heart. My father owned a 65 mustang when he was younger, but a friend wrecked it. The grille pony still sits on his workbench. Until getting my own pony, I had no clue why he would keep a metal horse for so long. I understand now!
I really started to understand how cars worked while performing an engine swap on an SW20 MR2 back in high school. After that headache I decided I needed a bigger car. I was able to purchase my mustang from a family friend. After reading for hours on forums and reading the Haynes manual, I was able to begin tackling my own projects on the car. Now that I recently graduated from West Chester University I have more time to increase my mustang knowledge and the parts I replace on the car. I love going to car shows and drift events. I can’t wait to add more pony’s to my collection.