Donnie-smith.com This project is not being performed at the college, but at home with my boys, Jordan and Jacob. We bought this 1966 Mustang last summer as a father-son project. We don’t have the time or money to do a full restoration. Therefore, our plan is not to build a show car, but a nice looking car that you can drive on a daily basis. We will have to repair as much as possible, because we have a low budget for the project. We decided to do this low budget project and video some of the steps as a guide for other parents that may want to do a parent-child project. Again, it you’re looking to do a full restoration (show car quality) these may not be the steps to follow. You’re probably going to completely disassemble the car and rebuild piece-by-piece. Check back as we get this Mustang back on the roads.
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