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Josephine's story

updated: Aug 3rd 2007 @ 10:29 PM
WELCOME TO MY PAGE
Dedicated to Keith R. Hayes Jr. RIP I miss you
 

      
 


                               

                                             



My stang was first purchased by my brother in September of 2001. Here are her first pics along with my white 89 I had at the time.


                                                            



My brother sold her to me before he moved to Florida in October of 2001 and after I lost my 89 in a divorce.



Since finances were limited after the divorce, still are actually, I started out small, minor mods to the sound system:

 

 


As well as minor paint and clean up of engine compartment:
 

 



When finances are tough you occupy yourself with the "little" things:
 
 
                                                                            

 



Next was new taillights and exhaust tips

 

                               



I added white gauge faces and shifter boot too as well as painting the bezels

                           



Then to my first major car show in Ocean City Maryland October of 2002


I didnt win so my wife got me a shirt as my first prize                              



Next on the mod list was my 18" Cobra R's and a tint job:                                



Then it was off to Carlisle in the Spring of 2003 for the All Ford Nationals

   



And back to Ocean City in October 2003

 
                                                              



By the end of Summer 2005 I added a new wing, new hood and new headlights to the list:

 



 


Unfortunately due to rain I missed out on Ocean City in October 2005, but there is always next year!

Here are some other misc pics

 
 




I finally won my 1st award at the Bob Bell Ford show

 



Me at the annual carshow to benefit fallen officer Shane Evans

 

 
 
OCTOBER 2006, 1 DAY OF SUN AND 2 DAYS OF NOREASTER.  WHAT A NIGHTMARE!

DAY 1, EARLY SUN TO OVERCAST.  THIS WAS A NEW COMPANY DOIN BOARDWALK PHOTOS, THEY WERE DIGITAL BUT OK.                                                           

 THIS TO DATE HAS TO BE THE BEST PRO PIC TAKEN WHILE DOIN BOARDWALK PARADE IN OC
 
 DAY 3, NOREASTER IN FULL EFFECT.  PARADE WAS A BAD IDEA.
                                                               

                                               

RAIN WAS COMING IN SIDEWAYS!

NOTE THE PINE TREE BARELY HOLDING ON
I GOT HOME AND POWERWASHED ABOUT 1/2 A POUND OF SAND OUT OF MY CAR.  MIGHT BE MY LAST OC TRIP IN OCTOBER

 
WELL, TOUGH DAY TODAY, 8/3/07 MY MUSTANG WAS SOLD.  HOPE TO RETURN WITH A NEW ONE SOON.
 
check out my other sites if you find your self surfin'.
 

Gotstang is still my top site tho...

 

 
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Ride On Josephine
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91GT347
Jul 20th, 2009 @ 8:27 AM


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Replying to:

Hey folks, I was wondering if someone out there with an 88-93 Fox convertible could do me a favor.  I am looking for a picture of the of the ‘A’ pillar post window weather strip showing the weather strip and inside trim molding (the molding on the inside of the pillar post) and another detail picture of where the pillar post molding meets the door seal molding.  I am redoing this and need an example – my car was repaired long before I purchased it and they kind of did a ‘custom’ job on this area.  I want it to be right this time.

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

 

 

 

Tim

 

 


Well I dont have a vert Tim, but I think I know what your talking about. If noone can help you out that has one, let me know. I think I know where I can go to get a pic for you.

thess6225
Jul 20th, 2009 @ 8:18 AM


“”

Hey folks, I was wondering if someone out there with an 88-93 Fox convertible could do me a favor.  I am looking for a picture of the of the ‘A’ pillar post window weather strip showing the weather strip and inside trim molding (the molding on the inside of the pillar post) and another detail picture of where the pillar post molding meets the door seal molding.  I am redoing this and need an example – my car was repaired long before I purchased it and they kind of did a ‘custom’ job on this area.  I want it to be right this time.

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

Tim

 

GTNBY2
May 21st, 2009 @ 11:59 PM


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Hey guys, I finished up a couple of new pages. check them out and give me some feed back!!!!

Later,

Brad

GTNBY2



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