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69Mach1 - warmed up 395W (AFR 185s) and broken POS Gforce T5 with hydraulic clutch, 3.50:1 posi, rack&pinion/tilt, 235/50ZR17x8 front & 285/40ZR18x9 rear, American Racing Nova wheels, all MSD, Holley 750, custom paint, headlight relays, Shelby drop & 2" lower all around, Hotwheels Redline scale is 1 to 1. http://photobucket.com/albums/v618/danaranda/69stang
You have blinkers in your hood? Before I switched out to my fiberglass hood, I installed some nice sequential (like my tail lights) LED hood blinkers in my 67. I noticed the wires going up into the hood on your photobucket site.
What ever it is you have. Even if its a beat down rusted out beater Dodge Intrepid, post up pics of the cars you have.
Daily drivers and the project Mustang if they are seperate vehicles.. I wanna see what everyones car looks like. No look at my sig stuff either. I want a new pic that you took this week. The weather is nice, go get a good shot of them..
The missed one . . . 2001 Maxima 20th Anniversary Edition
The newer-than-my-last-post-in-this-thread one . . . 2010 Subaru Legacy 2.5GT (265 HP, 6-speed manual, wife's DD)
The Mustang and I have since retired from the commuting thing. Running on road courses is more fun anyway, and here's a peek at part of the latest setup. Those wheels are tucked in as far as they can possibly go - there's barely over ONE mm tire AND wheel clearance to the struts. Please try to ignore all the bug suicides.
4 years effort from the yellow beast to the Red Rider I. He learned to weld with new floor and front damage. New Dash , He did the upholstery, re wiring, relocate the dip stick for the '88 302. New front suspension parts and new disc's. A great project to learn with! It won't win any prizes, but he loves it.
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