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I'm in the Cleveland area (hwy 42@I40)
I agree, very good write up!!
Here is how to do it...[MEDIA]
Very very nice work. I wish I could ship my car to Cali and let you work your magic:hail:
I would use these to remove the rounded bolts http://www.amazon.com/Lisle-19250-Stuck-Bolt-Remover/dp/B000P0TZZG you just drive them on with a...
Here is a thread where someone was going to install one of those $2500 floor sections. They never replied on how the job turned out but he had...
Be prepared to find more rust when you take it apart. Also look through horse sence's and rusty428cj's build threads to see how the car is put...
All of the diagrams you need are here: http://www.veryuseful.com/mustang/tech/engine/ I used that site to modify a 89 Grand Marquis EEC harness...
Here is mine. I'm in the process of replacing the floorpans and adding front torque boxes. I have already repaired the cowl. It's pretty much just...
Ha I wish that was my car LOL. My car is a torn apart rust bucket.
Looking good!! Love the progress pics!
I'm thinking a built 331 stroker with TFS heads and EFI with a TKO 6 speed.
Looks great you have some skills man. :nice:
Lookin good, lookin good. Who would have thought all of that damage was hiding under that purdy red paint
Looks great except for the trunk lid. I hope that's not going to be the color scheme:scratch:
Maybe the harmonic balancer has spun on its hub? They are held together with rubber.
Do you have a 50oz or 28oz balance flexplate? The 289 should be 28oz so if you have a 50oz flexplate that would cause a vibration.
+1 on making it from sheet metal. Just make sure you use the same thickness for the patch. The rockers are pretty thick.
The NPD piece you linked to is not what you need to patch. That part goes at the top of the fender apron and connects it to the cowl behind the...