The Crystal Ball

At the beginning of this year Adam predicted and we posted a few times about the lack of sheet metal. Things are that bad now that Adam told us; ‘Since the start up of Mustang Maniac parts business, we have … Continue reading → …

Exchanges Going Well

Last week we told you about our new part exchange service we are providing and already we have sold out off those parts before we even had the chance to get them on the WebShop. It looks like word of … Continue reading → …

Car With A Mask

Not much happening this week apart from concentrating on ‘The Pear’ underside. We have also had a couple of service cars in (not Mustangs) but nothing we thought to put on our humble little blog. Continuing on from a couple … Continue reading → …

Stick Or Auto Gears?

There are many forums out there that are often asked this question. What is best to drive; stick or auto. The simple answer is ‘personal preference’. We have many people come in asking for the auto to be swapped out … Continue reading → …

Jason Momoa’s Classic Mustang Restoration

By Charlotte Iggulden Why Cars Mean Memories Ever since its sensational arrival in 1964, the Classic Ford Mustang has continued to embody the American notion of freedom and individuality for its owners. In 2020, Hollywood actor Jason Momoa surprised his wife Lisa Bonet, actress and philanthropist, by restoring the car she bought at age 17, … Read more

We Can Actually Walk The Walk…

We start this post with some sad news; a customer and friend of ours, Gary Meekings sadly passed away from Covid. We offer our condolences to all his family and friends. Not much has been happening mechanical wise at the … Continue reading → …

Gearing Up

Many customers like the idea of manual gearbox in a big block car, but the reality is that unless you drive it in anger with all the benefits of being in control, it can be a little tiring. No more … Continue reading → …

Sounds Of Christmas

This will be the last post of the year so we just wanted to wish you our customers, readers, followers and fellow Mustang lovers a Happy Christmas and a healthier and more productive 2021. Lets face – it couldn’t be … Continue reading → …