Its been some time since I added a post to my blog. Rest assured, I’m still alive and well. I have just been working on a number of projects that I can’t share at this time, but I should have a lot of content in the coming months.
Last week, I had the honor of meeting the first Ford Mustang owner ever and riding in the small 1964 1/2 convertible. When I learned that the car had sat in their garage for 27 years before it was restored, I knew that would be an appropriate backdrop for their portrait. They only discovered they had the fist one ever sold after they started showing the car.
DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) â€” Gail Wise didn’t know she was getting anything special when she drove away from a Chicago Ford dealership in the spring of 1964 in the first Mustang ever sold.
Wise paid $3,347 for the car, happy to have a convertible. It wasn’t until she was on the road, with other drivers honking and flagging her down, that she realized what she had.
“I felt like a movie star,” she said… Read More