1967 Mustang Fastback Restoration

Stopped working on this Fastback project when my youngest was born in 2007. Time ( and Brenn starting school) is finally allowing me to get back to work. This is a slide of the work done between the end of 2005 thru 2007. It's now much father along, and I look forward to showing the next slide soon!!!

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1967 Ford Mustang Fastback Restoration Project
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Building a 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback on a driveway!
OPEN ME! So my 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback is finally finished, thank you all for being so patient with these build videos, I know they've taken a lot longer than I'd hoped, but I've had a lot of issues with the car, and I wanted to make sure it was working properly before I started to make content with it, I hope you enjoy this video, and stay tuned for a full restoration video film, as well as a 'Living With' and a load more videos! Follow me: Facebook: https://facebook.com/LouisKarsenbarg Twitter: https://twitter.com/LouisKarsenbarg Instagram: http://instagram.com/LouisKarsenbarg Snapchat: LouisKarsenbarg Music: Soulless - Lonely: https://soundcloud.com/element-42/lonely

1968 Mustang Fastback going on the rotisserie
This video is of my 1968 Mustang fastback going on the rotisserie. The body was stripped to the bare shell. With 7 friends helping, it was an easy lift. The rotisserie was manufactured by a company called Fab-Tech in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It was purchased new by a Shelby Mustang restorer in Dayton, Ohio 25 years ago. He retired and closed his shop. I was fortunate to pick it up on eBay for $300! I'll be using square tubing to join both ends of the rotisserie together so that it's easier to move the car and will take the stress off the body when moving it. You can see more on my blog at http://1968Mustangresurrection.blogspot.com/