I’m not happy, in fact I have got the hump. – Some dirty herbert has decided that they would cough and splutter in front of me on the train to work, what happens? Lo and behold I get the filthy herberts germs. Thanks for that then! All year I have got away without a cold, today a couple of days before the holidays start – I get a cold.
Note: I have not mentioned “man flu”, that is because I get bloke pneumonia, which is obviously much worse than flu.
So, to the person that gave me the cold – I hope Santa parks his sleigh on the roof of your car, he sticks a BIG carrot up your exhaust and Rudolf visits your front door mat. Oh, one more thing, I hope that Santa’s little helpers sneak into your fridge and they stuff your turkey with quick set cement.
I’m not normally like this by the way, I’m and just mad that he showed no consideration for those around him. So as far as I am concerned – he deserves it.
I don’t really believe in Santa and his sleigh by the way, that’s because he has a Mustang!
That Mustang is powered by horses and lots of ’em 😛
Gonna go for the sympathy vote now, see if I am bestowed lots of T.L.C. Actually make that T.L.M.P. (Tender Loving Mustang Parts!) 🙂 I dare say I will shake the cold off soon, I hope so as I want to at least taste my Christmas dinner.
At long last I have uploaded my review of the fantastic American Autowire 64 – 66 Mustang Classic Update wiring kit. Click here or go to the parts review button.
I have tried to keep the review factual, and explain my pretty good experience with the kit itself, along with the brilliant after sales service that went above and beyond anything I had experienced at the time. If you are thinking of rewiring you classic this is worth the read and see if you agree.
This weekend I hope to add another book review along with some more pictures of my Autowire close up installation work.
Don’t forget to leave a comment or rate what you read.
As promised I have uploaded the Pertronix Flame Thrower II Ignition Kit review.
I have attached photos so you see the results here or go to the button. This is a real quality update for the classic mustangs and is worth doing if your not worried about concours restoration that is.
Today I also removed the left side fender in order to de-rust and fill. Could be a long job! My saving grace is that my man cave (shed), is big enough to allow me to work on it. I may review a tool next and attach some links to web sites I get my parts from.
Due to popular demand (OK, it was only a couple), I have uploaded a few more pictures of the day the Coupe arrived. Go to the button for the pics or click here.
It was on the back of a low loader and by the time I got my camera ready it was unceremoniously dropped onto the drive. The car was locked and the driver presented me with the docs for the car but no keys! It turned out that he had dropped them in the gutter outside, about a foot away from a drain. At the time there was one set of keys; needless to say I was not a happy chap at that point. We found them shortly after, so all was well in the end. As the car was dead; no brakes, no wiring in it and no steering wheel fitted, it was an interesting hour or so to move her about- out of the way. The car was stuffed with parts in boxes so I had to find the steering wheel in order to move her. Ever tried to push a car when the steering wheel comes off in your hand? I wouldn’t recommend it.
So I missed the big moment of the delivery on the truck I’m sad to say. But, I do have plenty more where these came from and I will upload them as soon as I get the chance.