Work in Process
Yea, I've had a few cars over the years. Some good, some bad. Some work horses, some explorers. Some new, some used. I still have a few wheels on my "wish list" that I would love to drive, given the time and resources to own such a ride. My brother has been into antique cars for quite some time and somewhere along the line, he sucked me into that world. He has owned several classics over the years. At one point, he owned a '57 Mercedes and a 36 Ford Pickup truck. Today he is down to only 4 antiques (not counting the 1950 Airstream aka "Ole Bob"): a 1932 Model A, a 1936 Ford Cabriolet, a 1939 Ford Deluxe Sedan, a 1951 Ford Business Coupe. The Model A, the Sedan and the Coupe are currently drivers, the Cabriolet is still in restoration, but it is "pushable". After doing a number of swap meets and car runs with him, I was always on the look out for something of my own to play with/restore/drive.
1968 Mustang GT Convertible (Maria) - my project car. 289 ci, 4 speed, 4 barrel carb with a GT package. Picked it up from a kid in Highlands, Texas and there is a story behind the deal. Basically, I was just looking for a project car and have always had a thing for Mustangs for some time. One weekend, I spotted an ad in the local paper and casually mentioned it to my brother and he convinced me we should run out to take a look at it. We drove out to look at a car east of Houston and found this