Here are some pics of Patrick’s parts that we’re shipping to him in Laurens’s Mustang. We had so many parts, old and new, for Patrick that we couldn’t fit them all in his Mustang when we shipped it, and so now we’re sending them via our mutual friend, Laurens.
Whew! This update should’ve happened a LONG time ago, but we’re finally getting the photos of all the parts we’re shipping out to Laurens with his Mustang. You can also see that we documented the loading and packing of the parts into Laurens’s Mustang before we began loading and packing Patrick’s extra parts in as well. Your ‘Stang is on the way, mate! With parts, too!
We’ll be posting more updates of the re-assembly as well ASAP.
Here are some more of Pat’s parts that we found after his Mustang went out, so we included these in Timur’s Mustang (which is shipping with Pat’s) to make the overseas voyage.
Here’s some older pics of Pat’s Mustang, when we loaded up his Mustang and took it to a local shop to have them install his new exhaust system. Check it out!
Here are two slideshows of all the parts we have taken off of Patrick’s Mustang and will be selling on his behalf. These are all parts that are incompatible with the upgrades Patrick had chosen, so they are still good and usable, just not on his particular Mustang.
Alright, the big day’s coming! Here’s P-Dog and Dale loading Pat’s Mustang up, and we’ll be transporting his GT Mustang to the shipping company to send it overseas. We’ll bet Pat can’t wait to finally get his Mustang!
Here we are hooking up Patrick’s battery and solenoid and electrical system before the big crank (video’s already been posted, check it out). We re-wrapped the wiring to give it more protection and prevent shorts–sorry its a short slideshow, but there’s not much to see with a solenoid hookup!
Alright, here it is! After much patient waiting, Patrick’s gonna get to hear his baby growl! Personally, we think that some of the engine’s great sound was lost over the video feed, but hey, it still sounds good, and it runs WAY better than before we got our hands on her. Check it out!
Here is a general update on Patrick’s Mustang. We have bent the brake lines for installation, so we had to remove the master cylinder. We’re also beginning to put the interior together temporarily for its ship overseas. Being that we’re getting very close to completion, we’re finding some minor things that need attention that we could not foresee.
Here’s the work we did on Patrick’s 1967 GT Mustang yesterday, August 18th. As you can see, we installed a new gas tank and removed the tie rods off the front suspension for inspection and cleaning. They look good, we’ll be cleaning them and re-installing them ASAP.