The Story

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Ford Mustang,
we are restoring a classic 1967 Mustang Fastback, but with a modern twist.

There are few names in the car world that evoke such emotion. And even fewer that can boast the same degree of longevity.

The Ford Mustang was voted Europe's most desirable car in 2013. Not bad for a car that wasn't even officially on sale there.

For 2015, however, things are different. The new Mustang is Ford's most adventurous 're-imagining' of what the Mustang means in today's world. And the big news is: it'll be coming to Europe in right-hand-drive form, for the first time in 50 years.

To celebrate, we're taking a worn-out 1960s original Mustang and restoring it from the ground up. But this isn't just a paint job and an engine tune; we'll be upgrading many of the key components to modern-day equivalents.

We'll be documenting the restoration from start to finish, but we'll also be following along as Ford gears up to release the Mustang on a whole new generation.

This is Mustang Reloaded.


The Car

We'll be upgrading many of our Mustang's components to modern-day equivalents.
The end result will almost be a brand new 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback.

What's new

Read the latest news on the Mustang Reloaded project, as well as
snippets of info from the worldwide Mustang community

Mustang Reloaded Episode 1

Episode 1

28th Feb 2015

We’ll be filming some of the restoration of our ’67 Mustang Fastback as part of a series for our YouTube channel.

In this first episode, we introduce the project and some of our reasons behind it, and describe where the restoration has got to so far.


Our Mustang is back on its (temporary) wheels

Back on its wheels!

8th Feb 2015

Our ’67 Mustang Fastback is back on its wheels again, for the first time since restoration work began.

While of course there’s still a lot of work left to do, we can at least get the car prepared for its journey from the US over to the UK.


1967 Mustang Fastback new one-piece floor

New one-piece floor

1st Feb 2015

Talk to anyone who owns a classic Mustang, particularly here in the UK, and chances are they’ve had at least some sections of their floors repaired or replaced.

Not surprisingly, the floors of our ’67 Fastback were rotten in several places and needed to be replaced.