More pics added and another book review

Another update to the blog, I have added the wiring photos of the car when I got it. When you see the photos you will understand why it was not running. Go to the button for the pics or click here. I knew how it was when I bought the car, but when you look at the other parts under the dash I didn’t quite realise what an epic journey I was about to undertake. American Autowire was the way to go over the Painless wire kit. I will review the American Autowire kit soon and explain why them. I have added a personal favourite of mine in the book review section and find out why I like it so much.

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Hello world!

Welcome to the inner sanctum within my own little world that revolves around a 1966 Ford Mustang v8 289 Coupe Auto.

This is my first attempt at writing a blog, a written and pictorial history of my project Pony car.

My aim is to give you an update on how things have gone, and what needs to be done. Like all these things it all depends on the money. The restoration is on a budget, and yes, that budget was breached months ago. The car is not in a road worthy condition. It looks a bit of a mess at the moment. But look past the various colours of paint and the missing bits and you will share my vision; she will be Epic.

I plan on writing about my experiences: things I have bought, and things I have found out. I want to write a review of the products, tools and anything I can think of that may help others. This site is for the enthusiast, those who are thinking of doing it and those who are just curious.

Please feel free to let me know your thoughts, things you would like and things you would rather not see. This is a learning process for me just as much as the car is itself.

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