I have a 1988 notch original 5.0 and 5spd. I really don't want to tear into it even though it is far from perfect. Wanted something a little more project oriented that I could do whatever with and not really care about keeping the originality of the car. So ........ I bought two GT's The first is a 1990 GT original with a auto. No motor or trans. Black interior, Griggs Sub frame connectors, 2.73 rear (was told it had a 4.10), looks like some rear drag shocks. Needs ground effects and a bumper which brings me to the vert I bought at the same time. 1989 Vert that was rear ended. Has good ground effects and front bumper to donate to the 90 GT. Also, it has a 3.55 rear, aftermarket LCA's, aluminum D/S, I am guessing some sort of aftermarket springs but have to get in there first tear it apart. No motor or trans. Both have clear titles but all I wanted the 89 for was some parts pieces for the 90. For less than a 1000 I will be able to make the 90 GT a decent car.My kids say all that I am missing is a LX body fastback style then I will have completed the foxbody circle of life. Both have been sitting outside for a long time and need a good washing as well as bug bombing. Should be a fun project. First thing is to strip what I don't need to sell and makeup some of the cash I am out. I really want the vert done with so I can have more room to work with and really is just a donor car. Clean everything up and start bolt pieces onto the 90GT. Pretty sure I want to shave and smooth out the engine bay as well. I have heard it is easier to buy the sheet metal to put over the inner fenders than it is to fill all the holes and fill and sand. I also found some places that sell the inner fender pieces that are solid with none of the factor holes that go over the stock pieces. I will do some research on this before I make a decision. YAY ME.