Single family Classic Mustang stories are my favorite because they get pretty sentimental. Brad Newman, our guest today, has been working on his coupe since 1994 although his grandfather bought her new in 1965. Here to talk Classic Mustang and love of the brand. Excited to chat with  Brad on Ford Mustang The Early Years Podcast.


Ford Mustang, The Early Years Podcast — Guest Interview Application


Do you own a early year Mustang?: 


If you own a Mustang, how long have you owned your ride?: 

Since 1994, though my grandfather bought it new in ‘65. 

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?: 

I do-own a financial planning firm. 

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

 Usually, it’s &@$!* 

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

So many. Mike Eisenberg did essentially the same prep that would go into one of their vintage race cars. It has all the Shelby suspension mods from back in the day, a Tremec 5-speed, Wilwood discs, Borgesen steering conversion, fuel cell, three point seat belts, and on and on. 

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

I’d love more power, but it runs so well I hate to screw it up. 


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