Well thank you to everyone that has been following our project. We're really excited to release this video of the Mustang. We've finally accomplished all of the metal work to our satisfaction with structural strength as our main focus. Our next step is fine tuning the panels for fitment, then many many many hours of bodywork to great ready for paint. We are doing a video, documenting this entire project which entails grafting the body of a 1970 Mach1 onto a complete platform of a 2006 Mustang GT 4.6 5-speed. Our goal is to build redesign, and fabricate etc. a 1970 Mach1 body onto a full 2006 platform which includes ALL Mechanical,electrical,safety,suspension drive train, and all technical attributes of a 2006. The end result will be you walk up to this vehicle which appears to be a beautifully restored Mach 1 in every respect. You then open the door than, -Voila-! you've transcended into 2006. You open the Hood or look under the car it's all 2006. Finally, you get behind the wheel and drive away and it's 2006. Please view all of our videos and watch for our upcoming segments @http://www.nwautocreations.com/photos/
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1973 Mach 1 Mustang Restoration - improved
A short video journey along the 18 months it took us to restore a bent and rusting red wreck into a race car for the World's ultimate tarmac rally - Targa Tasmania. This video is missing a lot, as you can imagine with a complete restoration, but it does contain footage of the day we bought the car right up to the recently completed Targa Wrest Point 2010 tarmac rally - without a crash. We need to recognise John Biggelaar (near Launceston) our amazing restorer, and Warren and the boys at Gorringes (in North Hobart), who took on a monumental mechanical task and succeeded. And of course my wife and kids who have shown understanding, tolerance and passion.