Finally, pictures of my 94 Convertable.

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  1. DougNuts

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    With my daily driver.
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  4. Ryan Paterick

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    doug,

    Is that originally paint?

    Looks good.

    Oh yeah, how many years is it till we can get a historic license plate? 20 or 25 is my guess. thought I would ask :flag:
     
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    Looks nice, especially the mileage. :nice: I have never seen that color dash bezel before.
     
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  6. DougNuts

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    Original paint. The color and everything is great, but the front end has rock chips out the ying yang! It'll get painted in a year or two.

    I think the cars have to be 25yrs old to get an antique plate.

    JR, I painted the bezel with paint from Ford.

    Edit: It still has the stock motor and ran 9.0 @ 78mph in the 1/8th with 186K miles. :nice:
     
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    [​IMG] Good job matches perfectly in the pic.
    Drive that 5.0 until its dies then put in the 351 :D
     
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  8. BlackVert

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    dang, those seats look brand new! mine has half the miles yours does and my seats look like $hit. :nice:
     
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    Actually, I forgot, the rear of the car has been repainted. New rear bumper, repainted trunk and some of the rear quarters were blended.
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    Damn that's good for a stock car.
     
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    Your stang looks pretty good for those kind of miles. On a side note, I tried to get those plates in Arizona but they were all taken, so was HoofnIt!
     
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    Looks great. Since I am new to SN95's, I am curious how you replace the clock with gauges. Is there a kit you can buy? I don't really need two clocks in my car. :bang:
     
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    Yeah, saw a sixer the other day and it said "MYLPNY"
    A chick was driving it of course.
     
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    Summit racing should have it. It's just an autometer dash pod. Then you can buy any two gauges (the right diameter) and put them in there. I have electric water temp and mechanical oil pressure, although I don't recommend mechanical oil pressure in the pod. It was a royal pain in the ass to get the copper tube (sold seperately) up there. I also had to drill a hole in the firewall to run the wires/tubing.

    The clock removes just by giving it a nice upward nudge on the front...
     
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    Looks good. I always liked the 98 cobra wheels. What's up with the 351 in your sig, is it going in soon?
     
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    BTW- you went 9.0 with the stock motor??? How is that? What did you have done, what tires, gears, 60', etc? That's an unreal time. Every pass I made in the 8's was a 13 second run, so your DAMN close.
     
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    Car looks real good with that many miles on it. Good job on the maintenance work :nice:
     
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    The 351 is just sitting there. I graduate with my B.S. of Industrial Engineering in 1 month!! Once I get a job, the teardown will begin. I need to buy all the parts still, but I pretty much know what it's going to be.

    I have the timeslip around here somewhere, it was something like 9.0 @ 77.8 mph w/ 2.01 60'

    I'll try to list all of the modifications it had when I ran that time:
    MAC Shorties
    MAC off road H
    ASP underdrives
    C springs
    Pro 5.0 shifter
    Drop in K&N w/ silencer removed
    Flowmaster 2 chambers welded in stock pipes
    Auburn Pro locker w/ 3.73 gears
    Aluminum driveshaft w/ dogbone removed
    25lb weight removed
    275/40 Nitto DRs rear, 255/40 front
    7* timing (forgot to take my timing light)
    Maximum Motorsports rear lower control arms

    I have since swapped the stock H-pipe back on, added MACH 1 shocks/struts and Pro3i full length subframe connectors.

    It was a sunny saturday morning at about 11a.m. and it was in the 50*s or 60*s. I was trying to make a football game so once I ran that time, I quit.
     

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    I went 9.1 and 2.1 60ft with mods listed in my sig.

    EDIT.

    Holy old thread batman.
     
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    BlownFiveLiter have car, will race....wait, it doesn't run

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    How'd you find this dinosaur? :)
     
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