Getting the front suspension

FOLLOW US SHARINGAlright! after many hours of research on which suspension to get, I opted to go with the Rod and Custom RC-107 kit. It comes ready for the Coyote, which makes it easier for me to setup the car for the new engine. Description from Rod & Custom website This kit supplies you with all parts and hardware needed to completely convert your vehicle from the existing OE suspension to the late model rack and pinion that will improve handling, braking and solve needed clearance issues associated with installing the larger V8 engines into these shock towered vehicles. The main features of […]

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Getting the body ready

FOLLOW US SHARINGLike I said in my prior post, I needed to strip the car down to the bare minimum (just keep it rolling) to ship to get the under-body and interior ready, cleaned and painted. I did some research for local ships and decided to go with West Coast Auto Craft. All the pictures, pages, etc… seemed to point to a good decision. I spoke to them over the phone and everything is setup for the car to go. We rushed because per “them”, they had an opening in the schedule between two projects, and they could get to […]

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The start of a project

FOLLOW US SHARINGThis is how it all started! I’ve always dreamed of owning a classic mustang, specifically a 69 Mustang. Never cared about which model, even the base would do. That was the dream I had almost 20 years ago. Eight years ago, I found a car I could afford. It was not in good shape, and was not running. I spend the following few month changing parts here and there, including the gas pump. The car was running. It is a 1969 Mustang, 351W V8, Jade Green. Like i said, nothing much. But it was mine. 2 years later, […]

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