Hi, my name is Phillip. While researching on the internet for my current car, and past projects, I found that I was being directed to this site often. I kept getting good info and insight, so it was obvious that I needed to join. I currently own a '63 Falcon Sprint convertible. I understand it isn't as old or cool as most of the rides on this site, but I like to think it just barely fits on the tail end. Let me explain. There is a very cool car show in Wichita called "Rumble in Delano". They don't allow cars newer than '63, which definitely excludes muscle cars such as Mustangs, Camaros, Challengers, etc. This year the started to accept newer cars, but only if it was slammed, flamed, highly modified etc. That sounds like what this site is all about, am I right? I have lowered it by cutting one full coil and doing the upper control arm drop that Shelby did on the early Mustangs. I am using Bilstein shocks by swapping the shocks mounts out with '65/66 Mustangs mounts. I upgraded to 14" wheels, powder coated and using '57 T-bird wheel covers. The dual exhaust is running standard glass-packs with '66 Mustang resonators. Right now is has a stock 260 V8 with a 2-speed Ford-o-Matic. I already have a C4 to stick in it and would love to go with tri-power someday. So, nothing over the top here, I am trying to keep it "Old School" or "Period Correct" and do mods that somebody in the 60's might have done too it. Right now I'm just having fun driving it. My family and I drove it to Louisville, Ky for Falcon Nats this summer. This is the Mustang I sold to buy the Falcon. It was nice, but there are a lot of nice Mustangs out there. I wanted something different.