Discussion in '1979 - 1995 (Fox, SN95.0, & 2.3L) -General/Talk-' started by Mustangfan, May 18, 2011.
nice....love the new look!
Yea I was always a fan of those wheels in general. For some reason the stock ones look wimpy on the back of a Mach 1- but with aftermarket DD ones they look fantastic.
OOPS! it happened again
Nope! I used VHT wrinkle paint! I did the valve covers too! Came out exactly how i wanted it to!
I used that before but I can't recall it being that textured. It's good stuff. Valve covers and intake held up great after the engine fire. Too bad my electronics melted
Your intake really looks GREAT! I used the same product on my intake, valve covers, blower and discharge tube.
That stuff really produces a nice appearance, and seems to be very durable.
Last one,,, I promise
Is that plastic trim on the rad support stock?
Do you mean this?http://www.uprproducts.com/mustang-87-black-radiator-cover.html
It is black powder coated stainless steel
Very nice. Me likey.
sex on wheels
Damn your car is so clean!
Thanks! Yea im loving the finish and stuff so i may end up doing my elbow and stuff so it all matches. I plan on going Vortech someday - i'll be giving that the same treatment!
dont have to promise,a little white lie here and there is not a problem?
435 /420 and 7.5 psi the little a trim that could
woops wrong post
Sounds like a lot of fun!
Yeah I like it better now too! The '93 Cobra replica's looked great on the car when I installed them 8 years ago. In the last couple years I got bored with them. I painted them black last year to try and spice things up again.
Meh, it didn't really work for me so I started looking for something cheap and simple.
The SC replica's fit in just right.
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