Thank you Ray for adding to this amazing story and supplying the name of the tailor. I was born in 1956 and have always been a car nut. The designs and mechanicals were always found to be fascinating back then. Been an Oldsmobile enthusiast, but also appreciate all of the muscle cars. When I got my driver license in 1973 there were plenty of used muscle cars to choose from, but mostly drove one of the family cars that were all bought brand new: 1971 442, 1970 Cutlass ‘S’, 1972 Cutlass Supreme, and a 1968 Camaro. When ready, I purchased a 4-speed 1975 Starfire. Looking back, I should had bought the '75 Omega with the Oldsmobile 350 engine in the hatchback version. The 1969 Mustang fastback, especially the Mach 1, was one of the those OMG designs when first seen for incorporating every go fast look into one design. Fascinating how part of the current Shelby styling at the time was melded into the next Mustang redesign up until the 1974 model. The downsized '74 model has some Maverick styling to it - which I did not realize and see until I read about it.