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Ok, show us what you got!

Might as well get a owners picture thread on the FOXES...
Don't be shy...project or finished....let's see 'em...

Mine is a project(like everything else I own)...
The notch is the build, a low mile original....the hatchback has the donor drivetrain...
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I thought we already had one of these threads. Apparently we do not. So...
Wife calls this Powderpuff. Not least because if you touched it you'd come back with white on your hand. Currently looking much worse in about 3/4 primer and no trim. It has gained a GT front bumper and 16" Pony wheels since this picture. Originally a 2.3 5 speed car it now has a 1985 GT 5.0 engine and an AOD. We've been kicking around putting a five speed back in it.
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No wonder there was no fox body forum....Gypsy, guess you and I are the only ones that have 'em! Lol!
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It's not a high traffic area, more will trickle in. Well, we hope.
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Well since the thread is slow i will post up pics of mine, sold it a few years ago though. All stock except 1" lowering springs and 17" Pony "R" 's. Had 80,000 miles on it when i sold it, one owner before me. Wish I hadn't sold it though.








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Here’s my 92 that I bought new. It pictures ok on the passenger side but the drivers side has some body damage to the door and fender which I have obtained original replacements for. I need garage space before I can fix it, meaning the 69 has to get completed or at least painted. Odd to me, my son drives the white 08 on occasion but his favorite car is the 92. So it’s basically his. I claim the 69 and a 68 coupe that I’ve owned and restored since my high school days.
Wanted to add, the 92 is stock except 3.55 gears. Back in the 90’s I raced it at the strip nearly every weekend, wasn’t fast but never ever broke or broke down. Ran consistent 13.90’s with occasional 13.80’s. My son is 17 and it’s on his list of priorities to get it restored and modded.
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Here's my 86 GT. 14,000 original miles. All original except tires and battery.
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My 86 GT. Originally black but I repainted it ultra blue pearl. Has a mild 5.0 with iron GT40 heads, Edelbrock Performer EFI intake, and TFS1 camshaft. I also added MM subframe connectors, 87-93 front brakes with Hawk pads, and 3.73 gears. It's a fun car to drive.


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Ancient history....my long gone 85 GT. 5.0/5speed Loved those T-Tops....curvy country roads, tops out, cold night with leather jacket, heater blasting and stereo blasting Radar Love...sigh
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My 86 GT. Originally black but I repainted it ultra blue pearl. Has a mild 5.0 with iron GT40 heads, Edelbrock Performer EFI intake, and TFS1 camshaft. I also added MM subframe connectors, 87-93 front brakes with Hawk pads, and 3.73 gears. It's a fun car to drive.

Nice car...mine is almost prepped to paint should be painted by the end of the month...Kona Blue is what I chose...originally a light blue...

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13,000 miles. original owner

1970 Mach 1 San Jose built Dec 23 1969. Marti 1 of 7. Purchased in 1987. Original family owner of the power train
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1993 GT 13,000 miles, Built 2-12-93 Bought 8/3/93 Auto, 3:27 Axle, cloth, sunroof, AC. Unmolested all original car. Purchased new 8-3-93. still has the factory windshield fluid.
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My wifes 88 vert. Sold it 6 yrs ago when she bought her 67 Fastback. Original 20k mile car. Perfect. Sold it to a guy in Detroit who sold it to a buddy in New Jersey who promptly totaled it. Found pics of it in a junkyard. Sad.
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Here's one most have never seen. 86 Mercury Capri 5.0. Excellent car, had 225k on it when it was stolen in 98. Got it back a year later and it was trashed, still ran great when I sold it, didn't look so good though. Drove like a go kart...
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Preparing to paint on Friday of next week....Kona Blue ...
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Here is my 88 fox. First mustang I bought in 1992 right after graduation. Canít count how many times Iíve heard people say, ďMan I wish I had my first mustang.Ē So I never got rid of it.
Built 331 Sportsman block, D1SC Procharger @ 16psi
Just over 600 at the wheels.
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