Posts Tagged “Ford”

Project: Pony Up – Part Four

By | April 13, 2015

We have made a HUGE step forward in Project: Pony Up since our last update one month ago.  As you can see in the photo the engine is in!  A couple of things had to happen before it did which we will discuss in this update, things like plugging the old oil dipstick hole, installing […]

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Geneva Motor Show 2015

By | March 24, 2015

The Geneva Motor Show is one we look forward to most each year.  Why?  It is the auto show that seems to be no-holds-barred for most automakers who save their best, most exciting cars fro this show each year.  2015 was no exception and was arguably the most exciting in a long time with new […]

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Project: Pony Up -Part Three

By | March 5, 2015

Project Pony Up has been progressing a little slower than I’d like.  Largely because of time.  Unfortunately that is how car projects nearly always seem to go.  A job you figure will only take an hour to complete often times ends up taking most of the day.  This is an important thing to keep in […]

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Driven: 2015 Ford Mustang GT

By | February 10, 2015

About 25 years ago I had my first Mustang experience.  I was somewhere around 2 or 3 years old and my aunt had a light blue 1966 Mustang.  Somewhere I have a picture of me sitting in the driver’s seat playing while my father and grandfather fiddled under the hood.  Sadly I was too young […]

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We Visit the 2014 LA Auto Show

By | December 31, 2014

One month and one hard drive crash later, we look back at the LA Auto Show.  Most auto shows we, like you, sit in front of a computer and watch the new unveilings online.  This time is different.  We actually went in person and saw it all right before our eyes.  This was made possible […]

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Project: Pony Up -Part Two

By | September 29, 2014

It has been a few months since our last Project: Pony Up update so it is overdue.  The project was set aside for a little while until I was able to find time to put into it again.  In the last update the old 302 had come out of the car and the engine bay […]

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