Do you have sweet ride collecting dust in your garage?
Drop it off at DRIFTWOODS SPORTS PARK (DSP) and earn money from it!
Here’s how. Drop your ride off at the shop then decide the terms of the rent for your ride (ex. rate per hour/day/kilometer). Then collect your earnings in person or via online money transfer from DSP after every transaction.
Of course, before the customer takes the ride, they will submit their valid driver’s license or any valid identification and sign an agreement that they are responsible for any cost should the ride get damaged and a waiver on any unfortunate event incurred by the customer after the ride.
For marketing, storage and maintenance, the shop is entitled to 10%, at least, of every customer transaction on each of your rides. (Percentage may vary).
Start earning from your ride today!
The First Mustang Sold
Only a couple of cars that have achieved classic icon status for practically all car-loving Americans. The Ford Mustang, the original 1964, is certainly one of them.
To mark the car’s 50th anniversary, the company tracked down customer No. 1. That’s right, the first customer took possession of the classic back when Lyndon Johnson was president and the Beatles were just getting started in America.
Gail Wise was a 22-year school teacher looking for her first car, and she didn’t want to drive her folks’ 1957 Fairlane any longer. Johnson Ford in Chicago sold Wise her first set of wheels on April 15, 1964 not knowing it would be a classic. And wouldn’t you know it – she still has the keys and the car in her garage.
She actually bought it a couple of days before Ford President Lee Iacocca introduced the car at the World’s Fair. Her dealer didn’t know he was so supposed to hold them back until the big announcement.
The sparkling ragtop she and her husband enjoy today, though, went through some bad times.
(blog find by my friend John Reardon)
on eibach springs
wheels… lots of them.
update : October 2015, all cars relocated to the new Mustang Garage
Model: 2013 convertible
color: Grabber blue
tires: Rear: 285x20x35 Front: 255x20x35
wheels: by FOOSE
Exhaust: Flowmaster v8 (installed on August 2013)
Springs: Eibach Pro-kit with camber correction bolts (currently installing with Kalvin and Joward) August 26, 2013
on eibach springs
Plate ends in 0
Almost perfect condition if not for minor scratches
Model 2004 MADE IN JAPAN
Renesis Rotary Engine with 9,000rpm redline with 250HP
Manual Tranny, 6 speed
HID low beams
Converted using original parts, no cutting and no welding
Tax Paid, Bravo plate
Wheel wells can accommodate 20s” as seen on pic with Mustang Foose 285x20x35
Bose Sounds, GPS, suicide doors, twin exhaust, bucket seats
the extra gear is an envy
bose overdose. Sound is super excellent.
redline is at 9K, that’s 2K more than the automatic version
sporty in looks, feel and super fast
the extra suicide door is sweet for passengers
the 20s are not included, they were just test fitted.
stance, twin exhaust