~~Episode 12 Ring Brothers 1970 Mustang Dragon Autrestomod.flv

www.autorestomod.com Rate and subscribe. Be sure to set your subscription for email notification! Ask for How Tos! We're like a lounge act, we do requests! We were going to bring you BOTH the 1970 Mustang Dragon from the Ring Brothers AND the final on the Xenon bulbs and harness...but Vinnie chose to get sick. OK Vinnie didn't Choose to get sick but he still got sick. SO the halogens as well as hood flexing are next week.

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