She's now fully registered, and has a personalized plate as well.
Thank you Tony. It's slow going, but I like documenting the progress. Even though it just seems like it's for me for now, good to see some are following along. Big things are about to happen, suspension is going to be up next. I honestly think that everything on it except for the tires is as it is from the factory!!!Fantastic work! Thanks for sharing your journey here. I salute you for getting things back in order.
Been reading this thread as it has progressed since Oct 22, 2019. Glad you’re are sorting out a great car and reviving it from a long history of owners in your family. I’ve been thru most of those repairs over the 10+ years I have owned my 01 Bullitt. My 01 had 2 owners before I purchased it and 1 of those owners put 100,000 on it.
Keep the updates coming as as your journey continues.
Thanks folks! I will definitely keep the updates coming. I'm starting to shop now for suspension parts. That's gonna be the next bit update coming. I'm also thinking of starting a Youtube video series on all the work that's coming up. If I do that, I'll still update here as well.I certainly enjoy reading your project efforts as well. It brings back so many memories of how much I enjoyed doing the same type of fun work when I was younger.
From building engines to even trying to paint. Painting didn't go well. lol
I hope you continue sharing all of your efforts on your Bullitt 265. It, going great!