Anyone on here restoring or building up a Classic car?
I have a 1968 Mustang Fastback that i am resto-modding. I got a 532 big block Ford for it, custom front and rear suspension. Its going to be a badass ride when its done.

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Well I don't know that it counts since my dad rebuilt it for me :-S but I have a '65 Ford Falcon that is my baby!!! We're working together now on a '67 Camaro too.
Hey you are not alone im in the process of doing a 69 Pontiac custom S.

Where to begin? We have a 53 Ford Tudor - she's a driver, no showqueen but she does trigger a lot of smiles going down the road. We got her fo r the right price when my son was 3 - he loved cars even at that age - we had to install a seatbelt for his carseat! Hubby's first love - 73 1/2 Camaro and the newest addition 72 Corvette Stingray Convertible (his I'm turning 50 purchase - but hey she's a lot cheaper than a girlfriend -LOL!)

I have a 57 Dodge pick-up with wrap around rear window that I want to hot rod and my 8 year old son (a car guy since birth!) just found and claimed (from his dad) a 63 - I think - Opal Wagon. He figures he has 8 year to get it road ready - for his 16th birthday, and I have little doubt that he WILL do it.
Mine isn't a classic.. yet!

My "toy" is a 2006 Mustang GT, she presently has 9,154 miles on the odometer.
Hi there

Ive also got the bug.
Im busy with a 70 Ford Falcon Ldv,also got a 43 Ford jailbar truck
and an African Muscle car 73 Chev Firenza Canam Replica.

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