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Hey everyone! 

Another west coast escapee here, I was able to get out of the Democratic People's Republic of Kalifornia (aka the DPRK) back in September and recently found this board. I'm not a man of many words but I will look to jump in and contribute where I can!

As the name suggests, I do have a classic '67 Mustang that once belonged to my grandmother. Interesting backstory; after she passed the family was cleaning out her garage and lo and behold, the Mustang everyone thought she sold was hiding under a pile of boxes. Thousands of dollars later, I have an *almost* restored Mustang that now sits under a car cover in my garage. Haha.

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3 hours ago, Mustang_Runner said:

Hey everyone! 

Another west coast escapee here, I was able to get out of the Democratic People's Republic of Kalifornia (aka the DPRK) back in September and recently found this board. I'm not a man of many words but I will look to jump in and contribute where I can!

As the name suggests, I do have a classic '67 Mustang that once belonged to my grandmother. Interesting backstory; after she passed the family was cleaning out her garage and lo and behold, the Mustang everyone thought she sold was hiding under a pile of boxes. Thousands of dollars later, I have an *almost* restored Mustang that now sits under a car cover in my garage. Haha.

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Nice mustang welcome to Tennessee 

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Tell me about it.  I have a 1939 Packard 110 business coupe I finished about 15 years ago.  Now I’m restoring a 1938 Lincoln Zephyr three window coupe.  Parts are almost impossible to source.  They will bury me in this car as it’s my final restoration.

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Hey, another west coaster with a classic mustang! I just signed up and was going to post here when I saw your thread. For the 1st half of my life I lived in CA, 2nd in OR, and got my 66 mustang in 87. Looks like maybe you and I have the same wheels: American Racing Torq Thrust?. If all goes according to plan, the 3rd half of my life will be in TN. 😀

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On 2/5/2022 at 6:38 PM, j2a said:

Hey, another west coaster with a classic mustang! I just signed up and was going to post here when I saw your thread. For the 1st half of my life I lived in CA, 2nd in OR, and got my 66 mustang in 87. Looks like maybe you and I have the same wheels: American Racing Torq Thrust?. If all goes according to plan, the 3rd half of my life will be in TN. 😀

Yep! Same wheels, was able to get a smoking deal on them that I couldn't pass up!

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On 2/4/2022 at 10:53 AM, Mustang_Runner said:

Hey everyone! 

Another west coast escapee here, I was able to get out of the Democratic People's Republic of Kalifornia (aka the DPRK) back in September and recently found this board. I'm not a man of many words but I will look to jump in and contribute where I can!

As the name suggests, I do have a classic '67 Mustang that once belonged to my grandmother. Interesting backstory; after she passed the family was cleaning out her garage and lo and behold, the Mustang everyone thought she sold was hiding under a pile of boxes. Thousands of dollars later, I have an *almost* restored Mustang that now sits under a car cover in my garage. Haha.

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Hello and congratulations escaping from Commifornia.  I'm a fellow refugee from Santa Cruz!  LOVE THAT STANG!  Loving TN so far!

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