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Old 02-02-2014, 01:53 PM
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54 mod f100 4.6l

My build is a 54 f100 with 4.6l dohc from a 94 mark viii, using motor trans and rearend form the lincoln. I used a TCI mustang II front end, and the lincoln irs with brackets I made to fit. I'm currently fishing through the engine wiring to make it run.
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Sounds like a nice project and should be fun to drive when done. A couple of others here are doing the same (gregstith and Project-55, I believe).

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If I could only get the other pics to load...
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I've had to load only one picture per entry / reply..... Try that maybe. Good luck either your build!
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Nice stance. Sounds like it should be entertaining to drive. Nice work.
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Man that thing is low, what kind of suspension is under it?
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Mustang II front with the Lincoln IRS rear, yes?
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Yes Mustang II with 2" drop in front, Lincoln IRS rear all bagged that is aired down, not at ride height
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What size are those rims and tires? Got any more pictures of the IRS install?
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