Ok, folks . . . I am hereby commiting to work in earnest on my '65 coupe and make substantial progress every week. My goal was to be able to drive my coupe next summer. That may still be possible if I work diligently. Ive owned my coupe since 1979 and enjoyed restoring, showing, street driving and even track racing 'The Colt' during my ownership. Except for the past fifteen years when all he has been during that time is a garage floor anchor. Recently, I've completed a build profile/schedule of all the items that need attention and the things I intend to do to improve safety, reliability and performance. During the summer of 2010 I began disassembly because I was (am) tired of owning a hobby car I don't enjoy, bored during my lengthy unemployment and wanted to get a jump on the restomod. The chassis is a bare roller except for the engine/trans and rear end. Today I removed all the glass and hardware from the driver door, the pass door is next tomorrow. I've found a local guy to media strip the paint. Next will be some minor rust repair and chassis stiffening then to the paint booth (I need a painter) by spring. Then on to rebuild/restore everything else. My intent is to do everything as well as can be done and daily drive The Colt as much as possible and when Im no longer able to drive the Colt I will give him to my oldest son. He is a Mustanger too. Watching all your individual builds has kept me inspired and I hope I do that for the next guy too. This is the first and only Mustang site I intend to post my progress. Special thanks to Ryan (Monkeystash) for allowing me to visit his place and check his build progress in person. Stay tuned.