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We’re not sure if they ever considered calling it quits on the Mustang, but it didn’t seem like it was ever an option. After the Mustang was dropped off, the two brothers took inventory of the situation and decided that if they could get new wheels, tires, and tie rod, and bend the upper control arm back into shape, the Mustang could be road worthy. A number of volunteers stepped up to help, including Bill Armstrong, who met the brothers earlier in the week when they helped him install a new clutch in his ’66 Fairlane. A spectator offered up his truck as well as his knowledge of local machine shops to help get the control arms straightened and new ball joints pressed in, while a junkyard provided Lincoln wheels.