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Christophers 66 Mustang Restoration and Modification

Home | First day | Cool Stuff Done | Front End | Rear End | Seats | Interior | Engine Pull | Engine Compartment | Engine Install | Hydraulic Clutch | ID a T5 | T5 | Body Work | Scoops | Front Disc Brakes | Relays for Halogen headlights | Driving Lights | Aux 12V Power | IVR | First start up | Cowl Repair | New Doorskin | First Drive!!! | Primer Paint | Paint | Paint Booth | Anti-Syphon | Reassembly | Alignment | Adjustable Strut Rods | Drive shaft | Side skirts | Valves | Cooling | Exhaust | 3.55 Trac Loc Rear | Stereo | Fender rolling | Contact Us | 66 Information

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1966 Mustang Restomod

This is our journal of the restoration of Christopher's Mustang. After being left for dead in a field in 1977, it is now coming back to life. This has been a labor of love, bringing father and son together and allowing Dad to pass on the skills and knowledge handed down by Christopher's Grandfather Milt.



Christopher has always loved Mustangs. Around his 16th birthday he had a friend's father tell him about a 66 Mustang his construction company found in a work site they were clearing for new construction. He paid 300 hundred dollars for an A code 289 4V car that need LOTS of work.







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After 2 and 1/2 years of hard work on The 66, Christopher drove it to Graduation to receive his diploma for his 4 years of hard work in school. A Priceless Picture 

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First day

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1 Year of work

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2 Years of work

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Thanks for dropping by and taking a look at our photos. Please get in touch with any comments or reactions!