I got my 88GT about 3 yrs ago and have been working on it since then. You will probally notice that I jump around alot so bare with me.
When I first got it and after days of buffing and polishing.
When I got it it didnt run do to a broken oil pump shaft so I pulled the motor and started from scratch. I ended up going with a 306,stock heads(for now),Performer II intake,70mm Tb,Mass air conversion
A few weeks later I decided I couldnt take all the wires everywhere.
My Next plan of attack was to move on to the suspension and brakes. I did drilled and slotted rotors all around,73mm calipers in the front,93 cobra disk conversion in the rear,BMR lowers,Steeda uppers,Sperical bushings,Moddifed rear GT springs,4.10 gears, and stainless hardware thru out. I even stripped and repainted the floor pans and frame arms.
Now where up to the current status of the car. The paint was really chipping and flaken bad everywhere so I decided to sand it down and do a color change. Well after 20 min of sanding I relized that the car had has several repaints already and decided to strip it to bare metal and start over. I have taken it down to all most the shell now and have decided to make some changes. The plan is to do 93 fenders and Cobra extensions,Cobra rear bumper, Get rid of the "Mustang GT" on the side skirts, Steel cowl hood, smooth engine bay, and shaved antenna,pass. door lock and misc holes.
No negative comments from me. Great work so far. I know what it's like starting all over. I bought my car from the salvage yard and it was worse than I can put into words. One piece at a time,and it's finally in a great way. Keep it up,keep the pics coming and again,great work so far.
Im doing all the body,prep and cutting in everything. A buddy of mine manages a big shop and were going to take it there one Fri. night and spray it in there super nice down draft bake booth. I just gotta give the owner a little money for using his electricty, which is a good deal for me.