There were some noteworthy new rides there, with incredible stories, or that were just unique. Such as, a set of Ford trucks, which is a father/son build and a 1959 Anglia. (Never have I seen one before, but someone came by and called it an English Ford).
I have been working on my own vehicles since I was a kid. I have always had an imagination, allowing me to think outside the box and make things my own, via customization, with little to no money. This truck has helped me learn many new skill sets with fabrication and welding.
Love the style. Transported from USA to Germany.
This is built with effort and passion. Low budget build with mostly used parts
I was inspired by my grandpa to purchase this car as a “tribute” car to him. He passed on the one he had to me when I was about 10-11 years old and it became my first car. It was a bond we shared.
When I bought the car, it was nothing but a shell. Body only. Original condition! Pretty good at that. I was actually a tad spooked to start cutting, and chopping. But, I heard my dad saying,, “Man, that’s going to be cool!” So, I dove in!
It was a classic mustang. I was looking for a 60s mustang. But I decided to settle for this since it was a classic mustang that runs and drives.
This is my 4th Mustang. I had a 2015 V6 with turbo, but missed the rumble of the V8.
Someone had started the restoration by disassembly and all parts were in boxes so it was a small gamble but I wanted to give it a go.
I have always loved Mustangs, and Shelby’s in particular. I’ve owned several Mustangs, and 2 Shelby’s in the past, a 1967 and a 1969, both GT350’s.