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The little treasures of our Mustangs …

It has been an awful long time since I posted any news about my project. While working in the garage the last few days, I came across the few "little treasures" I had found in the car while taking it apart. The majority had slipped between the glove box and the dashboard (it's crazy how much you can find back there). Nothing transcendent: a Starpie marker,an…

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Stefan and his ’65 coupe

As a child, Stefan admires the Mustangs he has the chance to meet with his dad. He then has in mind to own one, later. And probably a 65 for two reasons: it's the year of his birth, and it's the "original Mustang" as he saids. It was finally in 2017 that Stefan set out and selected a Mustang that met his various criteria: a 1965…

California

Where to eat breakfast in Los Angeles?

You are going to visit Los Angeles and plan to stay there for a few days … This is the opportunity to taste some American specialties in an Angelino atmosphere. I found two places that are, in my opinion, essential for a successful breakfast! The Original Pantry Cafe A restaurant open since 1924, and which has never closed since, The Original Pantry Cafe is now owned…

Francesca et son coupé 66 GT
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Francesca and her ’66 GT coupe

On the blog, I published a number of articles where the passion for the Mustang is passed on from father to son, or, in some cases, from father to daughter. This was the case for Jade, for example, with her Mustang II, but it is also true for a number of other enthusiasts who can be found in the blog archives (note, the English version of…

California

My playlist for visiting L.A.

During my first trip to California, I had prepared a playlist. I had landed in L.A. to reach San Francisco by route 1, all in just over two weeks. This playlist, I share it with you today because I find it interesting enough to visit L.A. It will surely evolve over time, but here is the first version, which is already 6 years old… Positively 4th…

Los Angeles, city of Angels
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Los Angeles, city of Angels

I fell in love with this city long before I set foot there. Many ask me why, how it is possible, but I have no answer. After several years and a few trips there, the passion never left me; so I decided to share my enthusiasm for the City of Angels through the lines of this blog. A cosmopolitan city With almost 4 million residents (and…

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Marissa and her ’66 I6 coupe

Why this Mustang? No one in Marissa's family has ever owned a classic car or a Mustang, and yet, from a very young age, Marissa went to car shows with her father. She likes classic cars in general and Mustangs in particular. In 2015, after graduating, Marissa did some research to find her first car. Although she is not particularly looking for a classic, she talks…

2019: a year without passion…

The three dimensions of my life There are times when priorities change, evolve. The year 2019 was one of those moments ... which was slow to end. My priorities were focused on my work environment, leaving aside recreation and passion. If you know me a little bit, you probably already know that three dimensions share my life: family, work, passion. The first has moved in the…

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Kelly and her ’66 fastback

Since I started the restoration of my coupe, I have only one thing in mind; once back to the road and reliable as it should, I will go on road-trips with my Mustang! The idea seems interesting despite the ever-increasing cost of gas (at least here in France) and a gas mileage between 15 and 20 MPG (12-16 litres per 100km). (more…)