Post pics of how your foxbody currently sits

Discussion in '1979 - 1995 (Fox, SN95.0, & 2.3L) -General/Talk-' started by Mustangfan, May 17, 2011.

  1. Where can i get those wheels? they look awesome on your car!
  2. Thanks man! Used to be, you could buy them in 17 x 8 from Ford Racing or any of the Mustang supply places. They seem to be disappearing these days. I believe AFS Wheels (based out of California, I think), still sells a replica in 17 x 9 and 17 x 10.5.
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  3. Looks more like true blue then sonic blue ?
  4. I had a true blue 01. This car is almost identical, so I'd have to agree
  5. heres mine nothing to crazy and i need new wheels and tires, plus i want to redo the suspension full disk with coilovers.

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  6. Is your door open or that thing has been in an accident?!
  7. Yeah the door was slightly open in that pic. For a door to be off that much a car would have had to been smacked pretty hard.
  8. Last pic of the Shocker. The buyer picked it up today.

  9. :poo: happens, but its what you gotta do to get through life. Even if it means getting rid of one of your toys, so be it. That being said, i hope you made a nice chunk of change from that. I could see paying 18 or 20k for that easy.
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  10. here it sits

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  11. He sold it as a roller I believe. That car turn key is a 40,000$ car all day long, maybe more!
  12. Sad to see it go, but wait till that 2015 fills its space in the garage!
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  13. My garage is swept out and waiting on my '15 too :banana:
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  14. Waiting on the post where there's a blower on it a month later
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  15. I put the over/under @ 30days. I'll take the under. Lol
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  16. Waiting on the post where its the first '15 mustang in the 9 second range.
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  17. I am waiting to see the build thread where he takes out the IRS and puts in a 9" rear.
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  18. Yeah, I'm glad the car enabled me to handle these issues which popped up. It sucked to sell it, but it was gratifying to know that I was able to take care of my family at crunch time. The good news is, selling the '89 as a roller actually took care of all of my financial crises which popped up, so I have parts left over which I can use for a future project or sell to make money for a "rainy day." So the Shocker lives on, in a way.
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  19. The biggest thing in my eyes is you took care of your priorities first there's always another project etc like you said . That's what men do !