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Old 07-26-2007, 12:47 AM   #21
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She is out and just waiting to go to the shop...










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Old 07-26-2007, 12:50 AM   #22
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I swear I will get better at posting pics... [:@]
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Old 07-26-2007, 04:48 AM   #23
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here is the most recent pic of my engine bay... 64 1/2 coupe 289 modified with Edelbrock performer RPM Heads, Cam, Intake manifold, 750 CFM Carb. other modifications include Cool Flex radiator hoses upper and lower, March performance pulley underdrive, power steer pump from a 93 5.0 mated to a TCP power rack and pinion steering. Tcp Coilover conversion, subframe connector assemby, SSBC power disc brakes. right now the transmisson is out of the car getting built up at JPT transmissons in Eaton Rapids Michigan. im getting a custom made torque converter with a 2,000 stall and changing out the rear gears from 3-1 aprox to 3.93 gears. here is a link to some info on the tranny rebuild: http://www.442.com/articles/philcolumn11.html
That is an impressive engine bay, but do you actually drive that car?
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Old 07-27-2007, 05:46 PM   #24
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Shelby427FE Aluminum Engine professionally built by Keith Craft racing
bored and stroked to 482cu 815hp/733tq
Scat Billet Crank
Scat H Beam Rods
Diamond custom blower pistons
Balanced
Edelbrock Performer RPM head ported and polished
Shelby high capacity water pump
Edelbrock Victor FE EFI intake
Canton 8 qt. oil pan
Powermaster Ultratorque starter
Powermaster 140 amp alternator
Concept One billet pulley system
Concept One Power Steering pump w/mini reservoir
Vortech T Trim Polished Supercharger
Vortech Hat polished
Fast XFI fuel injection system
Russell black braided fuel line (AN-8 supply, AN-6 Return)
MSD Billet Distributor
MSD HVC Coil & Ignition control box
TCP Motor Mounts
Be Cool Custom Polished Aluminum radiator w/Billet overflow, twin 13” electric fans
Exterior oil cooler/filter
JBA ceramic coated (inside and outside) long tube headers

Engine bay painted with a product called "Total Control"



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Old 07-27-2007, 06:20 PM   #25
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Bone stock 5.0 HO from a '92 Mustang GT (approx 35K original miles)
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Custom MonteCarlo and Export Braces
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Old 07-27-2007, 08:13 PM   #26
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Looks like a shoot-out to me between JamesW and Snake, but they must both enter as modified in the MOCA show. Bring them both and let's see what the general public thinks. Your cars will be judged by other participants as well, so you will be judging other sections such as my 65 and a guy who has a 6 banger who comes in 2nd place every year because he never drives it. He stores it in an airplane hanger then takes it out for the MOCA show and washes it only. There is also another restomod that won last year, but he was judged in the classic driven section. I will be talking to the boss to get that car placed in the restomod section, and you guys will beat the **** out of him.
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Old 07-27-2007, 08:31 PM   #27
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Looks like a shoot-out to me between JamesW and Snake......
Doesn't look like much of a shoot out to me...[&:]
Is it too late for me to move into the unmodified class?
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Old 07-27-2007, 10:09 PM   #28
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Heremy Supercharged 5.4 32 valve Modular. The Bottle is in the trunk.


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Heremy Supercharged 5.4 32 valve Modular. The Bottle is in the trunk.


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