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post #31 of 149 (permalink) Old 11-07-2005, 05:37 AM
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I can only claim credit for the tear-down work on this and it's only partially Mustang-related, but here is a link to my CatVert custom conversion project.
That's impressive! Workmanship looks to be excellent.
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post #32 of 149 (permalink) Old 11-08-2005, 12:36 AM
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wow mark, your car is amazing. the workmanship is increadible. did you mini tub the rear at all?

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This is my page with some of the mods that I've done. Not pictured is relays for headlights, sequential turnsignals, stacked plate transmission cooler with 900 cfm fan, adjustable thermostat for the electric fans, and probably a couple of other mods I can't think of at the moment
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I found a link to a page about my upper arm mod and some other suspension stuff. It's not my page. I'll be glad to help if anyone wants to build some upper arms like these. The templates for the brace are free.

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post #36 of 149 (permalink) Old 11-22-2005, 06:52 PM
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I am in the process of CNC machining an alum axle clamp that will allow the installation of an aluminum tie rod-fastened panhard rod kit.

I am also in the process of mocking up the clay on the original interior 1/4 panels for a midbass 8" driver with grille cover.

Last but not least...it is getting the $$$$ for an FE big block rebuild with Edelbrock heads, custom crank, rods and pistons.

I might just change the original cluster to an aftermarket unit....but we'll see what the SWMBO says...

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4 to 5 lug swap with Granada spindles and a 97 Explorer 8.8" rear

It hasn't been updated since I wrote it back in 2000, but people ask for it so I reposted it on my new domain. Enjoy.

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Looks like you included the cat-converters with mod-motor install.



Well done. I often think about adding a pair to my car... just to feel a little Green.

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WOW, Now Imagine if everyone got together to build one car. With all these ideas and experiance I bet it would be one hell of a nice car. ::
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WOW, Now Imagine if everyone got together to build one car. With all these ideas and experiance I bet it would be one hell of a nice car. ::
Yeah, now all we need is money... ::

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picture is worth a thousand words :winkgrin:

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spoilers, paint, wheels, hood etc..... none is factory ::

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Well, I'm new here and just getting started, but I can see that there is a wealth of knowledge and experience here, and here's hoping that things go smoothly for me.
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