Wow. cool story. Thanks for the compliments, nothing stopping me working on projects at the moment due to the COVID lockdown here.LegendLives - Always amazed at how fast you work, the car is already a big improvement.
I've posted a link to this thread on another forum I use.
As they have just restored their first 1992 Mustang ( sold in 1997, found and rebought in 2018 ).
Good luck, Paul.
Gotta love an S197. I've done loads of work on those! I'm guessing it's a 4.6 3-valve?Well first off...top job that man, should be a doozy once it's all sorted....:smoke:
and in the interest of anything that'll stop me getting that Covid 19 ..... BTW anyone know what happened to Covid 1 through 18 :S
So here is my Muuuuuustang ...certainly didn't need as much doing to it as yours, but british winters and American cars are not a happy mix ... so it did need a full refresh off all the suspention and brakes ...fortunately upgraded mustang stuff is fairly cheap, so out with the std stuff and in with a host of stuff from BMR/ Pedders /GT500 lower arms/SR springs etc etc
Anyhow keep rocking with the Fox...mebe you are channeling some of that famous Kiwi make it yerself attitude of Mr Burt Munro