Answers to our Interview Q&A provided by John Clor:

WHAT DO YOU DO FOR A LIVING AND IS IT RELATED TO CLASSIC CARS OR MUSTANGS?

I am the Enthusiast Communications Manager for Ford Performance, plus I lead the Ford Performance Club Connect program as well as manage all of the Ford enthusiast content on FordPerformance.com. I’m also a regular monthly columnist for Mustang Times, the Mustang Club of America’s club publication.

IS THERE ANYTHING SPECIFIC YOU WOULD LIKE TO SHARE ON THE SHOW? 

I would like to discuss the Ford Mustang as an American cultural icon, and how the enthusiast community helped it achieve that status.

HOW LONG HAVE YOU OWNED YOUR CLASSIC RIDE?

I’ve owned various classic Mustangs since 1972

IF YOU’VE MADE IMPROVEMENTS TO YOUR CLASSIC CAR OR RESTORED IT, WHAT WORK HAVE YOU DONE?

Full rotisserie resto of 77 Cobra II T-Top. Mild performance upgrade (heads, cam, intake, etc) for its 302 V-8.

DO YOU WORK ON YOUR CLASSIC CARS YOURSELF OR DO YOU HAVE A MECHANIC OR SHOP DO THE WORK? 

I do some cosmetic and mechanical work, except for machine shop and body and paint.

WHAT PLANS DO YOU HAVE FOR IMPROVEMENTS/RESTORATION/MODIFICATION OF YOUR CLASSIC CAR?

Have another Cobra II (78 T-Top V-8) that I am in the process of resto-modding.

Where can we find more info about YOU?

My content appears on FordPerformance.com, Ford PerformanceClubConnect.com and in Mustang Times magazine, the official monthly membership publication of the Mustang Club of America. I can be reached via email through ClubHub@Ford.com

 

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doug@turnkeypodcast.com

Thanks for listening, keep it safe, keep in rollin’ and keep it on the road! Until next time.

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