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Old 11-20-2008, 03:30 AM
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Faster than a 'Stang

92 Taurus SHO, original TN car, completely rust free. Got in pieces, no drivetrain, finished building 6/08 with a 3.2l DOHC V6, 5 speed, and other goodies. Dyno'd (untuned) at 200 FWHP, 198 FWTQ 9/08.


At Gingerman Raceway in South Haven, MI this past july

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The trip home, with the POS utility trailer that holds all the junk I could possibly break on the track:

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OK, you asked for it. I have 3 of these but this one is nearest to my heart. It is a 70 with an 88 H.O., C-4, later bucket seats, etc... I think these cars have some of the best lines Ford ever put to metal. Of course I don't care for the big bumper cars just the small ones.

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92 Taurus SHO, original TN car, completely rust free. Got in pieces, no drivetrain, finished building 6/08 with a 3.2l DOHC V6, 5 speed, and other goodies. Dyno'd (untuned) at 200 FWHP, 198 FWTQ 9/08.

At Gingerman Raceway in South Haven, MI this past july

The trip home, with the POS utility trailer that holds all the junk I could possibly break on the track:
That's awesome, not only do you DRIVE your car to the track but it pulls a trailer with it's parts?? How many race cars have trailer hitches?
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Little Devil air freshner awesome haha. That's a keepsake, too bad they went under
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Here is my "other" ride..

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And just for good measure here is one of my truck...

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Here is my 65 Mustang. For some reason my other pictures stopped working.

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OK, you asked for it. I have 3 of these but this one is nearest to my heart. It is a 70 with an 88 H.O., C-4, later bucket seats, etc... I think these cars have some of the best lines Ford ever put to metal. Of course I don't care for the big bumper cars just the small ones.

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This is sweet!!
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92 Taurus SHO, original TN car, completely rust free. Got in pieces, no drivetrain, finished building 6/08 with a 3.2l DOHC V6, 5 speed, and other goodies. Dyno'd (untuned) at 200 FWHP, 198 FWTQ 9/08.


At Gingerman Raceway in South Haven, MI this past july

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The trip home, with the POS utility trailer that holds all the junk I could possibly break on the track:

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This is great! Its driven to the track and even carries its own parts. Notice the one in front of him is on a trailer.
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That's awesome, not only do you DRIVE your car to the track but it pulls a trailer with it's parts?? How many race cars have trailer hitches?
Thanks dan and TexasGuy!

These cars are a ton of fun, and not insanely expensive to build. It does raise a few eyebrows when you show up to a track with a Taurus though!

The guy in front of me in the pic is one of my friends, we had caravaned out together. That red car is set up a lot different than mine, and could probably be driven to the track and back, but not comfortably! It's basically a track only car. Mine is built pretty much to stock specs, very comfortable to drive (even for 1000 miles straight through!).

Some nice rides on here, I love that Maverick!
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Here is my 65 Mustang. For some reason my other pictures stopped working.

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Beautiful Mustang! I checked your gallery to see if there were any more pics of it, your truck is really nice too...

I really need to move out of the rust belt, the condition of some of these southern cars and trucks is making me drool!
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I currently don't own a car but this my favorite toy.

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I bought it from the original owner. It's not a tire burner but it keeps up with traffic.
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Thank you for the comments. I love the Mustang and the Taurus, that is so cool driving it to race. That is a true street car, I always liked that boby style too. Of course the Mustang, what can you say, it is an icon.

There are some super cars on here. I tend to be Ford through and through but I appreciate all makes and like to see them. Thanks everybody for posting.
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Here is one of my other toys. 1990 Mercury Cougar XR7 with a 2.1L KB twin-screw SC on a 5.0L DOHC stroker.

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