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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! We started the new year at Three Lions Garage with a marathon 12 hour session on the Mustang.  Most of the day was spent on prepping and installing the rollbar and rear rollbar supports.  

Boxing Day at Three Lions Garage

today we: Repaired the broken side tabs on the clock panel, replaced correct interior fasteners installed the dash and instrumentation, painted the steering column, fabricated a replacement for a broken carriage bolt started prepping the roll bar and checked the fit. as an added bonus, we had a surprise visit from Linda and Tinkerbell.

Three Lions Garage is busy again

I spent an enjoyable 14 hours on Christmas Day working on the Mustang with Jack.  We modified clutch mount; cut brake pedal; installed accelerator, brake and clutch pedals; installed hydraulic clutch master; installed heater and underdash vents.  Time flies when you’re having fun.  


No more clever titles. No more fun. It’s work from here on out. With the booth completed, the only thing left to do was to cut holes in the plastic to run air hoses inside for the HVLP spray gun and our fresh air breathing system. Once this was done, we tested out the breathing system […]

ready to paint…just waiting for the painter

We finished the paint booth this week.  This comprised creating a door (using a zipper) and installing exhaust fans and filters.  The exhaust fans create a cross-flow of air in the booth which enters at the top back and exits low in the front near the front door of our booth.  I taped some masking […]

It’s been a looooooong week

here’s some of what we did this week:

Burning the midnight oil (literally)…

Jack and I just returned from the garage (at 12:30 a.m.) after a very productive day installing the sub-frame connectors from Total Control Products which are specifically designed to fit the 1969 Mustang fastback.  Jack spent about 10 hours on the car today while I had the easier shift (starting at approx 5:30pm).  We had already […]

No excuses

It’s finally spring break, which means I now have more time to spend working at the garage. Which means I now have more things to blog about. Which means I should be posting more often. Dad certainly hasn’t let me forget this. But really, there’s no excuse for the lack of communication lately, other than […]