Thursday, December 19, 2013


my passion with this is i love to weld and figure out different problems with cars i also look making a dent or scratch seam like it was never there. first of all i got into reiteration when i got my truck i had to learn how to weld and re-fabricate new parts i am also into old cars like a mustang gt 500kr its one of my favorites i would to work on one.  IH

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Current state of the mustang NV

I have a 1968 musrang coupe that's in the high school auto shop. I am restoring it to its original appearance. I'm upgrading the suspension, steering, engine and transmission. The overall appearance of the car will look original but with small upgrades, such as wheels, paint color, and chrome.At the moment the car has the motor and transmission out. I need to sand and paint the engine bay, degrease the motor and trans, paint the motor, and load it up on the trailer to get the lower repair cowl panels welded in, and the upper cowl panel welded into place. NV

I started to restore this mustang with Nick a few years after restoring my 83 Toyota pickup. My dad and I started restoring my truck as soon as i got it for my 16 birthday.  At first re took the engine and  took it all a part then sent it into the machine shop  while we were waiting to get it back we started body work. we took of the old rusted bead and built a flat bed from scratch. we also did a bunch of rust repair and finder repair. once we got the engine back we put it all back together  then we had carburetor problems so we rebuilt that to. and that was all we had to do to the engine. after we did all the body work then we primed and panted it a olive green an that's my story of how i built my first truck . IH

background of mustang restoration

How to restore a Mustang
this article is talking about how to properly restore a mustang instead of just sanding and splashing new paint on it. this guy is all about doing it the right way because "it is better in the long run because the car will last longer" IH

Friday, December 6, 2013

The background of mustangs, and vehicle restoration NV

 How Car restoration works

  Many people have dream cars, for people who do, we can't just walk into a dealership and buy one. Even if you could, you would need to question its condition. Because you have never worked on the vehicle before, you don't know its complete condition. But if you have the time, money, and patience, you could consider buying a classic car and doing your own restoration! The job wont be easy, and the cost will be a little higher then expected, depending on what vehicle you choose. But the experience, and the feeling of driving a classic car in perfect condition as if it was new, is a great feeling after a long haul.

Article Response-  How Car Restoration Works (2009) "The ease with which you can find parts for your car's engine varies from model to model". The audience for this article is for people who want to restore a classic car. the purpose of this book is to educate people on how to restore a car.

Ford Mustang history

The first production Mustang rolled off the assembly line in Dearborn, Michigan on March 9, 1964, and was introduced to the public at the New York World’s Fair on April 17, 1964 viewed on all three American television networks on April 19. It made an appearance in the James Bond film Goldfinger  in September of 1964. It was one of the most successful product launches in automotive history. The Mustang sold over one million in its first 18 months on the market. The Mustang remains in production today after many decades and many changes.

Article Response- Ford Mustang History(2013)  "Ford Mustang – the icon of American performance and style." The audience for this website is people who want to know the history of Mustangs. The purpose is to show how all different years of Mustangs. It is organized by years of mustangs.

common Mustang Problems

This website is organized by years of Mustangs. The purpose of this website is to educate people about the flaws Mustangs have, and the common problems that some years have. The audience is intended for people who want to buy, or have a Mustang and want to know if they might have and common problems.
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a review of muscle car Legends NV

Muscle cars Legends 2002
by Pall Zazarine/ Tom corcoran/ Anthony Young
this book is organized by the different engines and vehicles
the audience is for people who love muscle cars and want to learn more about them
in book its all about engines " the Chrysler Firepower V-8 was standard equipment in such cars as the Chrysler New Yorker."  The purpose of this book is to help you determine your new favor't muscle car. IH

Thursday, December 5, 2013

A Review of Mustang, America's Classic Pony Car NV

Mustang America’s Classic Pony Car 1999

This book is Organized by different cars and years
“Speeding 120 MPH in one direction.” The audience for, Mustang America’s Classic Pony Car, is people who have a passion for classic mustangs and want to learn more. The purpose of this book is to educate car enthusiast about the history of mustangs.  NV.

Why automotive restoration?

We chose this topic because I am restoring a 1968 Mustang. We work on it just about every day in our high school auto shop. I hope to gain some knowledge on how to weld and fabricate metal to repair my mustang. I also want to learn how to paint and fiberglass. Another thing I am going to need to learn is how to repair rust. NV

I chose car Restoration because I want to learn how to properly fiberglass repair also, how to do proper rust repair and sanding/paint. IH