We have been asked a few times now about a product we selling on our WebShop here. Mustang Maniac are indeed official distributors for Lanoguard the rust protection system to stand guard against the UK’s bad weather.
We have been trialling the Lanoguard products ourselves for a while now and we can say that we are extremely happy with them and we are now proud to be a distributor. We have added a quick link to the right of the blog pages to take you straight to the Webshop.
We have a video here on how Lanoguard works and what a difference it can make to you. It really is worth a watch. If we didn’t believe in it, we wouldn’t stock it or use it on our own cars.
Yes it really is this good!
It’s so easy to apply, eco-friendly and clear so it doesn’t cover up your underside with a thick black mess. This is the official link to the Lanoguard website here for more information. Mustang Maniac will only put their name to a product that they believe in. If we use it, so should you.
Sheleanor is now completed with the last of the front lights in place.
The car now just waits for the owner to have some fun with arguably one of the most iconic cars to hit the movie screens.
As the hood isn’t on the car Yogi has taken ‘brave’ option to drop the engine, gearbox and headers into the engine bay in one go. this is often the best way with bodywork not secured to the car.
The engine has been cleaned up and assembled on the stand and then onto the engine lift ready to be dropped back into the car.
This big block is a ready squeeze in more ways than one. Yogi decided to use his hand as a feeler gauge will lowering in. His hand protected the paint job. That’s dedication for you.
With the engine in place the header bolts could be done up properly and then the rest of the engine mounts and supports to be bolted up.
The valve covers are on and plumbing starting to take shape.
Aircon unit also installed which will just need gasing.
The bodywork could then be fitted back to the car with a ‘loose fitting’ in order to be able to move things around and get the gaps right.
Getting the hood to line up with the fenders is a skilled job, considering the weight of the hood and tiny adjustments at the hinge will make a back difference to the front of the hood and its alignment with the fenders and doors.
The front bumper, grill and trims now fitted.
Next up is the interior work to not only add the furniture inside but also the electrics and trim. Often some of the most time consuming parts of the job.
At least the majority of the heavy work has now been done.