About Three Lions Garage

My dad and I set up this blog to document my journey down the road on a comprehensive automotive restoration & development project and to enable our friends who couldn’t easily drop in to join us virtually throughout the car’s transformation.

The setting is our garage, a 1,200 sq. ft. playground of industrial fun & games.

Now… about our logo: The fauna should be self-explanatory.  The hardware at the bottom represents the four nuts at the garage:




Nut in Chief








The garage is named for my brothers and I, the three lions in our household.

To simplify navigating the growing list of posts, we’ve organized them into several categories:

  1. Restoration Log: a log of our progress with the Mustang restoration
  2. Moblogging: mobile entries capturing thoughts while on the road, including fun encounters and interesting destinations (and a few to be avoided)
  3. Automo-fun: a few fun thoughts and events that are automotive related
  4. Tool Time: discussions on the implements that make possible all that we attempt
  5. Random Ramblings: our non-automotive experiences (yes—there is life outside the garage!), and the posts that don’t belong anywhere else

We hope you’ll find the entries entertaining, and perhaps even educational.

More than anything, we hope you’ll drop in whenever you’re in the neighborhood and you see the lights on.  If you’re so inclined, we’ll even invite you to jump in and help.

If you can’t visit in person, please feel free to do so virtually by sharing your comments and suggestions.

You will find us at www.threelionsgarage.com.

Bookmark this blog and join us often.

Thanks for visiting.



  1. Comment by Alan Kelly:

    Great blog, men! Can’t wait for a ride in the Mustang.

  2. Comment by Ethyl Chavez:

    There usually are not many websites with data like this man! Bookmarked!

  3. Comment by Aunt Lauren:

    Very cool! Can’t wait for a ride!

  4. Comment by Mari Welander:

    Hey! This is my first visit to your blog! We are a collection of volunteers and starting a new project in a community in the same niche. Your blog provided us useful information to work on. You have done a wonderful job!

  5. Comment by MIke Wardenburg:

    Nice work Fella’s. Keep up the good work. Nothing like pride of ownership.


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