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Mustang Times October 2012

What a Great Place to advertise the work by Orlando Mustang - GOLD from Texas Showing Off at the OK Corral! (Read more)

FOX Mustang Magazine, Issue #8

"Fox Five-Spoke WHEEL Restoration" as performed by Peter Geisler of Orlando Mustang. Peter Geisler walks you this process so you don't look like a guy wearing bad ratty shoes (your wheels) with a real nice Tuxedo (car that is)!
Article by Peter Geisler & Tom Shaw" ... (Full Story here ...)
Muscle Car Review, Sept 2012

So move over, Van Gogh, Rembrandt, and Picasso... Outstanding Op-Ed piece by Tom Shaw titled "The Art of the Restorer" comparing lessons in art as a child with lessons learned about art as an adult. Real nice Shelby GT 350 as restored by Orlando Mustang... (Read more)

FOX Mustang Magazine Premier Issue

"REPAINT Or REVIVE" as performed by the crew of Orlando Mustang. FOX Mustang Magazine's #1 or "PREMIER" issue discusses that ages old question and the answer that you want to know!
Article by Tom Shaw, photos by Danielle Pandeline & Tom Shaw" ... (Full Story here ...)
Classic Motor Sports, November 2011

"Wild Horses"

"We Found it. We Bought It. We're NOT Restoring It." Well this one you have to read and see. "Barn find" 1967 Shelby GT350 and the owner wants Orlando Mustang to work on the mechanics for some race out ... (Read more)
SEMA News July 2010

Featuring the 65 GT Fastback restored by the crew of Orlando Mustang, SEMA News publishes a report on the Restomod trend. Classic Mustangs, Muscle Cars and other Hot Rods are often restored traditionally on the body and look, but also incorporate upgrades in technology improved areas such as comfort, electronics and mechanics.
"Classic Car Parts Make Classic Cars, But Restomod Has Changed..." (Full Story here ...)
Mustang Times April 2003

1965 World Auto Show Preview Car

Though the serial number on the left front inner fender (which is original and roll-stamped) indicates the car to be a ..." (See the Article)
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Mustang Monthly June 1983

Don Gessner's 1967 GTA Convertible

"GTA. For some strange reason, three letter names sound right on an automobile. Especially if they begin with the letter G, like GSX (Buick) or GTX (Plymouth). Ford's GTA even sounds alot like Pontiac's GTO, except with a ... (Read more)