1987 - 1996 F150 & Larger F-Series Trucks1987 - 1996 Ford F-150, F-250, F-350 and larger pickups - including the 1997 heavy-duty F250/F350+ trucks
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Just got it a year ago, and haven't done much for modificatons yet. I'm thinking about trying to retrofit the 2005 ford in-dash nav system. (As it is, I don't even have a Cd player! why Lincoln was selling these cars with optional CD players, i don't know...)
yes i do. i don't know what to do with it yet..thanks for the comment man your car is mint!, i need to get a white hood for starters lol... everytime i go for a ride a honda civic rides my bumper then he disappears quickly, lol no replacement for displacement, its a project but ah oh well its all there
Jake from South Jersey
1994 F-150 4x4 5.8-stock
Missing my 89 Mustang GT...Saving for another
sounds like fun i was going to buy my buddy's yard car which is a 90 foxbody mustang with a blown motor and build something nasty but i decided to save my money since i already have 2 toys thanks for the comment on my t-bird. it's currently in need of an entire rewiring.......uhhhhhgggg.......so it's been sitting since i left for college. when it was running it was fun like break loose street tires at 35mph fun :-) i'd like to eventually 4link it and lighten it up, see if i can get a 66 thunderbird into the 10s
mines at the bottom of my sig... lets see the rides!
Don't forget the trucks!
I thought someone might do this after what I said in the other thread.
I used to have an 89 LX Mustang, but it is no longer with us.
Here is my 65 Mustang waiting for a V8 heart transplant. Its been waiting since about 2000. I started out as a 200 I6 3 spd car. It was my daily driver for most of high school. Its about 90 percent restored. Now it is going to have a 302, T5, 9 inch Versailles rear end, Granada brakes, and a few other goodies.
This picture is from back in high school 10 or so years ago.
This picture is current. My Dad's Cobra can be seen also.
__________________ 2002 Ford Ranger Extended Cab Flareside 3.0 V6 Automatic 3.73
1965 Mustang 302 T5
Fix It Up Don't %$@# It Up
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