After the Skip Barber School post I became really quiet on here and, honestly, I've missed you guys.
It's been a long and successful 2014 and I've still got a few months left to go, but while I'm here let me fill you in on a few things. First of all, I swapped a 2.3 Turbo engine from a 1987 T-Bird Turbo Coupe into my Mustang(Even though it wasn't done before Mustang Week and it went 3X over budget it's running like a champ now and was well worth it).
After actually making it, and spending 24 hours at Mustang Week I got to meet the crew from Latemodel Restoration Supply and photograph the big car show for them.
After that meeting and a summer full of freelance for them I was offered a job as their new Graphic Designer and, after a bit of negotiation, I happily accepted. Which brings me to today.
I just got back home to North Carolina after spending the weekend in Waco, Tx learning the area and meeting my future co-workers. Once I graduate in December I will have a few weeks at home for the holidays and getting all of my stuff packed I will start in early January. It's going to be a huge step and I'm leaving a lot behind, but at the end of the day it's my dream job, working with my dream cars alongside a dream team of Mustang Enthusiasts.
So all of my hard work and dedication to the car life has payed off and stay tuned for more posts from me and I might be able to give Latemodel Restoration Supply a voice here on Oppositelock. That's if you guys are into seeing more Mustang posts! If you have any suggestions or ideas please let me know.
For your time, enjoy these shots of their SVE '79 Pacecar Tribute powered by the Ford Racing Aluminator 5.0!