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Discussion in 'Classic Mustang Specific Tech' started by rusty428cj, Oct 6, 2007.
The body was wet sanded with 1000,1500,2000,2500.
One side is buffed still needs to be polished
Brian is polishing the body so we can get the sheetmetal back on. It takes up a lot of room in the shop when you have everything on stands.
The car is stunning!!
We have the doors, deck lid and taillights installed.
The rear bumper was wet sanded now Brian is buffing
The back of the car is finished
I took a couple of pictures outside before we test fit the engine.
thats pretty! that big hole under the intake, is perfect fore rat nest.
i have to pull them out of my 2000 f150 every now and then.
Over the weekend we fit a few things on the engine and installed the AOD transmission.
I like the subframe connectors, did you fab them or get them from a supplier?
I bought those a long time ago from Chassis Engineering
I got a set of Flowtech headers for a 96 Mustang they fit the right side great
One pipe fits the left side the rest we will have to make because of the steering and they hit the frame.
Jared (Current Performance Wiring) has a shop close to mine said he could build the header but thought he had a lot of 1 5/8" bends but only had enough to build one tube today.
The headers are finished I will get them coated later
Ready for the Mustang Club of Tampa's annual car show tomorrow.
I love how you have a 4.6l in there....and still have room! Cutting out those shock towers adds a lot of room. I just cut mine out today for a 351c. I love this build! Will be watching.
BTW, what is your opinion on the R&C kits? I am installing one at the moment.
I'm very happy with Rod & Custom kits I think they are the easiest to install we have finished three and have one under construction.
Love this build! Well done. Did you post build threads for the other RC installs?