Mustang II

Jeremy and his ’74 Mach 1

Since he was a child, Jérémy has always traveled a lot. He even went to live abroad afterwards. He grew up between Paris and Casablanca, stayed in Australia where he developed a passion for V8s, then worked for a year in India. He has no particular attachment to a specific place on the planet. Since 1983, Jérémy has been in Los Angeles, California a few times…

Mustang 66

Electrical problems and heating box

Sunday, Aymeric came home to give me a hand to work on the Mustang. Specifically, we wanted to fix an electrical problem and install the restored heater box. We started with the electrical problem. Why are the rear right light, brake and turn signal not working? And why do the indicators not emit sound or light in the compartment? We thought the steering column harness was…

Mustang V

Pascal and his 2012 MCA Mustang

Since the age of 14, Pascal has had a passion for cars in general, and the Mustang in particular. He lives in Normandy, in a village between Dieppe and Rouen, and today, at the age of 54, owns a magnificent limited edition Mustang coupe "2012 Mustang Club of America". The model may speak to the blog's older readers, as we already had the opportunity to present…

Mustang I

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…

Francesca et son coupé 66 GT
Mustang I

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…