For any Mustang lover, our guest’s inventory is like a wish list of envy. Our guest today Keith McLeod has the complaint maybe all of us have, the need to build a bigger garage. Looks like his inventory consists of a couple of 1966 convertibles and a 1965 coupe and a 1966 Fastback plus many other Ford projects going on. Here to talk about his love of the brand, the community and classic Mustangs, welcome Keith to Ford Mustang The Early Years podcast.

Episode Notes

Ford Mustang, The Early Years Podcast — Guest Interview Application

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Mustang Fastback for sale:

First Look (Convertible)

What do you do for a living and is it related to classic cars or Mustangs?: 

No.  Never sold a Mustang that I have restored.  Beginning to be an issue.  Need to build a bigger garage.

Is there anything specific you would like to share on the show? 

Local member of car clubs in Charleston, SC

How long have you owned your classic ride?

Blue Coupe purchased in 1979.  I was 15 years old

If you’ve made improvements to your classic car or restored it, what work have you done?: 

I try to restore to factory specs.  I only want to drive and show at local shows.  Not in it for the trophies or recognition.  Just like for people to enjoy the cars.  Really love to see a young person like the car.  They are welcome to sit in the car and get pictures.  If I can I will take them for a ride.

Do you work on your classic cars yourself or do you have a mechanic or shop do the work? 

My Dad and I do most of the work.  We have several local  businesses in Spartanburg, SC that help with welding and body work and paint.  They have done a lot of work for us and they are very fair and honest.

What plans do you have for improvements/restoration/modification of your classic car?: 

Several projects started.  I need to restore the 1965 blue coupe.  Would like for it to be factory correct with some safety modifications.  Probably add disc brakes and maybe power steering.

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