Spring is in the air, so I decided to take out my old Mustang 67 and 53 Chevy from the garage to take some photos. So far, I had never organized it together so this was a perfect opportunity to take some snaps. Lucky for me, they seem to be doing well.
The Chevy is an old farm truck that I salvaged a few years ago and rebuilt with modern foundations. Features a 6.0-liter L96 LS engine with 4L80E transmission, rack and pinion steering, IFS tube suspension arms, and four-wheel disc brakes
1967 Mustang Coupe and it was my first car. It has matching numbers 289 and a C4 automatic transmission. I rebuilt the engine in 2013, boring. This year, I improved the brakes, steering and exhaust. Take a closer look at these changes, as well as how the strength gauge works and how to adjust the new S Type Borla CrateMufflers for the first time
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