1968 DOHC 4.6 Coupe Project

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    We went to a car show yesterday and parked beside the 1965 Fastback I painted SPI Viper red five years ago. The fastback still looks like it was just painted

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    Baer brakes came in today for the Mustang

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    Today's project will be to install the Strange 3.50 rear and Baer brakes

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    The Strange rear is in

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    What brand rear end setup are you running? I've been looking at the Swartz setup and haven't really made up my mind with what I want to do. We plan on adding a wider rear tire and will be needing some room. Thanks
     
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    It is from Rod & Custom. They offer a bolt in kit but we welded the crossmembers.
     
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    Check out the Baer brake install in an upcoming issue of Modified Mustangs & Fords magazine.

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    This is what I did today. I'm not finished yet but it's a start.

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    Looks great! Do you know what month the car will be in the magazine?

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    No but they will be doing a few tech stories in upcoming issues. We are waiting to test fit a power brake booster for the brake story but there will also be a story about installing a custom Be Cool radiator next.
     
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    If you ever want to put in something "updated" for the dashes, check out a dakota digital dash. They're made over where I live and they're great quality. Couldn't tell if thats what you put in it or not, but i figured id give a shameless plug :)

    saving up right now to put one in my '68:

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    they're a pretty sweet little unit. Fits right into the stock bezel.
     
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    For this work i just say Hats off to you dear.... because this work is awesome, you just change the complete car and make it a diamond from a junk..Thanks for sharing your project is very details. I am impressed to see that.
     
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    A couple of pictures outside

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    Because of working on customers cars I don't have a lot of time to work on my projects but we have gotten a few things done.

    My son Brian, Steve Baur (former Modified Mustangs & Fords editor) and Buddy installing a Ron Morris EFI fuel pump and lines for a story that was featured in the magazine.

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    The fuel lines and filter are attached to the subframe connector

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    They go through the torque box and into the engine compartment

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    Stunning! Want to see more! Can we have more pics and notes on how you wired up the 4.6L?
     
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