A blog to follow

A great piece of news if you’re into Mustangs

On my blogs you will have seen me mention a few times the name Mustang Maniac, They are my suppliers of choice for the parts & body panels that I need here in the UK, if they don’t have it, they will get it. Others promise the parts from their sites, but then order the parts so it takes ages. Adam has become a great friend of mine now and I am pleased to plug his blog for him. I am expecting all sorts of things to appear on there, from news about what they are up to and projects they have on the go. The blog has only just started up, but it’s looking good so far I have to say.

The link is:   http://mustangmaniac.wordpress.com  please pop over have a look and follow them. They have some great cars, rare cars and some not so great cars there too, go to their photos and look at the “Graveyard” to see what I mean. Everything there is for sale, and the parts are in stock and at very reasonable prices. Their main site is also undergoing a major overhaul so I have been informed as well, the new site should be providing an online order form, which is quite exciting.

I have also added Mustang Maniac links to my blog, if you need parts, service or restoration ask these guys first.

If you do speak to them, email them or do any social network stuff please give me a mention to them.  😀


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4 thoughts on “A blog to follow

  1. Wow, it appears that my email ended up on your blog. Sorry if that was my fault. Positively, his site looks great. Thanks for the share. The above picture looks like mustangs in a greenhouse! Doesn’t it give you goosebumps to see so many ponies in one place?! 🙂

    1. Hi Debbie,
      I feel like I am holding the secret to the Holy Grail, I know where they all those ponies are and I am bursting to say, but I can’t for obvious reasons. You’re right it does look a little like a green house, but its a real thick material with monster zips at each end. I was lucky to be taken there by Adam, all those ponies are protected by rather large guard dogs for now until they get their new home. There are very nice and rare cars in there, like a couple of the fabled K codes for a start. Everybody should get the chance to see a sight like that though.

    1. Thanks for the comment, it was heaven indeed and the location just rocks, I was like a kid in a sweet shop not knowing which one to pick. Surrounded by such beautiful automotive art is a humbling experience.

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