When my son was 13 he asked me "Dad, what's my Mustang going to be?" We agreed to purchase one to restore together. We reached out to the local car community (car clubs and car guy friends) asking for someone to take the time to teach. We found that true Car Guys love to share their knowledge with the younger generations. He spent 4 1/2 years working in local garages on his car. He learned to rebuild the engine with a man who became a grandpa figure to him! It was a benefit to both. Someone young was interested in spending time with him learning something he was passionate about. Same with the body work and paint. It was truly amazing to see how the "more experienced" generations were willing to share their passion to someone who was excited to learn. It was a great experience for all. I would encourage finding those "Car Guys" who are willing to teach. It isn't as difficult as it may sound. Thank you to all of you who are willing to share your knowledge and help the younger generations! My son ended up with a nice car and a LOVE of cars and specifically Mustang. His car is a 1965 Mustang Fastback GT. He founded the Millennial Mustang Registry to encourage the love of Mustang in his generation. www.millennialmustangregistry.com Check them out! all Millennials who are passionate about Mustang!
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