The last couple of months have been pretty challenging. A bathroom remodel that’s been going on for way to long, the awesome Project 64.5, a massive job role change at work and a new role within the North Texas Foxbody Club.
Like most members of the group, I post numerous photos of my own Fox as well as meet photos. There are many fantastic photographers within the club. So, I was honored when I was asked to be the official videographer/photographer for the North Texas Foxbody Club! What a great to opportunity to highlight the club and members while shooting photos of what we all enjoy, automobiles, Mustangs, and most importantly Foxbodies!
Look for much more photography here as well as my Instagram page: http://www.instagram.com/btgarage
After 12 months of the semi-flat metallic red, it was time to remove the dipyourcar.com Plastidip. The product is great and help up superbly, but needed to come off. I had a couple spots where I applied it incorrectly, runs, and a spot by the mirrors where is appeared some one peeled it. Possibly while at TMI or a parking lot some where?
Removing the dip wasn’t very hard but was time consuming. I need to determine what to do next, paint or more time. I have some time to fix some door dings and other dents before I do that.
Enjoy the video!
I had a seat frame/bracket dropped off on Friday that needed some serious help. I also need serious help in my welding skills, so it was a good fit. They get a fixed/restored part and I get to practice my welding if we can call it that. Behold the booger welds!
The journey of Foxy Molly is a never ending one. It started 3 years ago and began to gain some steam in 2016. Check out the B&T Garage youtube channel to follow along and remember to click on subscribe!