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Old 10-01-2007, 08:24 AM   #21
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Old 10-01-2007, 04:35 PM   #22
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Damn your car is sick, I am just jealous, what kind of brakes are on it
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Old 10-01-2007, 07:49 PM   #23
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Thank you.

I don't see any reason to be jealous; they're just 2 different carsput together/built by 2 different people is how I see it.

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Old 10-01-2007, 08:04 PM   #24
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Sick brake set-up, I want to do mine next. I know how much work you have in it and she has to be one of the cleanest stangs I have ever seen, you really out did yourself
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Old 10-01-2007, 08:28 PM   #25
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looks very nice!! almost stock your link wont scroll down for me either, can you email it to bighungrymatt1@yahoo.com

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Sick brake set-up, I want to do mine next. I know how much work you have in it and she has to be one of the cleanest stangs I have ever seen, you really out did yourself
Once more I'd like to say thank you for all the complements.

7+ yrs ago the Baersystem was about the same price M2300 system (within a $200) but since I had a family member who knew someone at Baer I got a heck of a deal with the Baer systemI think. The one draw backI disliked at the time with the 2300 kit was that you needed to dent up your strut tower to make the MST Cylinder fit which swayed my opinion even more toward the Baer system.





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Very impressed. Great Job.
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ALMOST STOCK....Your engine bay looks awesome that has to be one of the nicest jobsI have seen in a long time.
Just wanted to comment on a nice job.
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AlmostStock, I can't scroll down if you could email it to me that would be great!

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Thanks very much for those complements guys.
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Hey almost_stock... Could u send ur " hiding engine bay wiring" write up and pics to j_bird1250@yahoo.com I would really appreciate it!! Ur engine bay is amazing!! Thanks
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Sent..
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I've gutta get off my butt this winter...lol. Nice job almost stock
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Almost Stock there's only one work to describe you ride .AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!
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ALMOST STOCK, I would be interested in your write up and pics to hiding engine bay wiring also. If you wouldn't mind sending them to w8room@yahoo.com, I would greatly appreciate it.
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87 T TOP GT302....... Thank you.



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Probably sick of hearing it, but i'd take the writeup as well Almost Stock.
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