Ford Mustang, The Early Years Podcast — Guest Interview Application


Projects/Books published:

The Art of the Mustang, Mustang Speed Read and Complete Book of Ford & Mercury Muscle Cars, Boss Mustang: 50 Years

Please upload a favorite pic of your Mustang or a classic car you drive now or have owned in the past.:

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

Currently editor of Mustang Times, the official magazine of the Mustang Club of America. 

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

Mustang Club of America, and my history as a Mustang journalist and book author since the late 1970s. My first car was a new 1970 Mustang fastback, which I later traded for a 1970 Boss 302. I haven’t been without a Mustang in my garage since September 1970. 

If you own a Mustang or classic car, have you named your car? If so, what is his/her name?: 

We just call it “The 66.”

How long have you owned your classic ride?: 

Since 1982. My grandfather bought the 1966 GT hardtop new in February 1966. 

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

It was just an old, used Mustang when I acquired it. New paint, interior, engine, etc. in the 1980s, then it became a restomod when I was editor of Mustang & Fords magazine in the late 1990s. Restored to original – just as I remember it when my grandfather owned it – in 2012.

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

Worked on my Mustangs all the time when I was younger. 


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