Beau Granbois
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Gender:
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Birthday:
Aug 16, 1978 (Age: 36)
Location:
NE Montana
Occupation:
Civil Engineering Tech

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Beau Granbois

Member, Male, 36, from NE Montana

Well, I traded the Lincoln for a '98 Cobra. The kid that owned it rear ended a pickup so its currently pulled apart in the garage. Oct 21, 2013

Beau Granbois was last seen:
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    1. Beau Granbois
      Beau Granbois
      Well, I traded the Lincoln for a '98 Cobra. The kid that owned it rear ended a pickup so its currently pulled apart in the garage.
    2. dbentesr
      dbentesr
      Need to know the type of trans mission you have to get rid of. Is it an A4LD? If so, how much to ship to zip 65633? PM me details, thx
    3. Beau Granbois
      Beau Granbois
      Got a 90 LX vert for the project. Solid body, lil surface rust. Ready to start the swap once the weather warms up a little.
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    4. Beau Granbois
      Beau Granbois
      Looking for a project to drop a SC Cobra conversion into. And some advice on that too...
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Aug 16, 1978 (Age: 36)
    Location:
    NE Montana
    Occupation:
    Civil Engineering Tech
    Car:
    '98 Cobra Convertible
    My Rides:
    '98 Cobra Vert. balanced and blueprinted fully forged engine, bored and stroked to 5.0, rebuilt B&M trans w/ zoom racing clutch, 4.3 rear gears, custom exhaust, bbk cai, ceramic coated long tube headers, high flow cats, turbo mufflers, short throw shifter. hotchkis rear suspension, Eibach 1.5" lowering springs, Cobra R hood, pulley kit, Diablo performance chip, subframe connectors. Pioneer stereo w/ kicker speakers.
    Traded my supercharged Lincoln for a 1998 Cobra Convertible, just in time for winter. Will spend the winter fixing the front end and doing some much needed maintenance to the Cobra.
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