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post #16 of 24 (permalink) Old 01-23-2011, 06:09 PM Thread Starter
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I have been off this forum for so long, but no more! I have some projects to get done this year on the coup. Main project is installing a T-5. I was going to have Dave at Blue Oval do the job but he went out of business. It's a bummer, Dave did some great work on my car over the past couple years. I also want to install better bucket seats and shoulder belts.

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I have been off this forum for so long, but no more! I have some projects to get done this year on the coup. Main project is installing a T-5. I was going to have Dave at Blue Oval do the job but he went out of business. It's a bummer, Dave did some great work on my car over the past couple years. I also want to install better bucket seats and shoulder belts.
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I like guns, Sorry both of you loss motors. Picked up a Saiga 12 gage with two 12 round clips. They make a 20 and 30 round drum for it. Think I could fend off the whole gang bangers at once with this thing.

Heck with the dog beware of the owner. LOL

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Could take it to [email protected] in Tricities ,Washington . They restored mustangs.



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Could take it to [email protected] in Tricities ,Washington . They restored mustangs.



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Troy, Tricities is about 6 hours from Seattle so a little too far for me but thanks anyway.

Brian, I was looking at The Mustang Shop in Auburn to install a T-5. They bought out B&M in Monroe and my neighbor has taken his newer Cobra to them for work. Any opinions?

Ken, where your Pizza shop is located. I am often around Snohomish for work and I would like to stop by for lunch. Also was trying to remember the name of the fellow VMF member who races at PR and has a shop in the Snohomish/Monroe area. We stopped by his shop one year during a VMF cruise.

66 coupe, '93 Fox seats, Three point belts, 289, Edelbrock, Weiand, JBA tri-y's, 2" duel exhaust (H-pipe), T5 trans(3.35), Pro 5.0 shifter, 3.40 open, KH front disc, Porterfield R4-S pads, 1" front sway bar, Shelby drop, Spring perch relocation, Shelby quick steer, GT progressive coils (1/2 coil cut), 4.5 leaf mid-eye, Bilstein street shocks, Export brace, Monti-Carlo bar, Sub-frame connectors, Performance alignment (+3.5 caster/-.5 camber), 16x7 wheels, 215/55/16 & 225/55/16 BFG G-force

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Brad:

Pizza place is called Pizza Brava, I'm located next to Baskin & Robins on Avenue D. Stop by and say hi.

Still need a T5 installed? I know a local guy who might be interested in a little side work. If you provide all the parts ;o)

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Ken - I will stop by the next time I am working in Snohomish. I was also trying to reach Scott Morton about helping with a T-5. A guy I work with races with him.

Geoff - You should get that exhaust finished so you can put a couple miles on the vert when the weather gets warm.

66 coupe, '93 Fox seats, Three point belts, 289, Edelbrock, Weiand, JBA tri-y's, 2" duel exhaust (H-pipe), T5 trans(3.35), Pro 5.0 shifter, 3.40 open, KH front disc, Porterfield R4-S pads, 1" front sway bar, Shelby drop, Spring perch relocation, Shelby quick steer, GT progressive coils (1/2 coil cut), 4.5 leaf mid-eye, Bilstein street shocks, Export brace, Monti-Carlo bar, Sub-frame connectors, Performance alignment (+3.5 caster/-.5 camber), 16x7 wheels, 215/55/16 & 225/55/16 BFG G-force

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