1987 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS
“The White Knight”
1988 Ford Mustang GT
Head to Head
About “The White Knight”
I bought this car in 2002 and have done quite a bit of restoration work on it, keeping it 99% stock all the way through.
Although it is not driven in the winter I drive it to work every day and keep it clean enough to show it.
Click on the specs, factory options and modifications tabs and check out the albums too. :-)
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Specs for “The White Knight”
L69 - 305 H.O
3.73 locker rear
200-4R 4 speed automatic
F41 factory perfomance suspension
Specs for “StAnG”
302 ci 5.0 v8, headers with true dual exhaust and flowmasters no cats, 5 speed manual
Factory Options for “The White Knight”
Air, Cruise, Tilt, Power windows, Power door locks, Air conditioning, T-tops, Bucket seats with column shift (factory ordered original)
Factory Options for “StAnG”
No factory options listed.
Mods for “The White Knight”
Converted to dual electric cooling fans
ADS Power chip
True dual exhaust
The tail pipes are not stainless steel. I get asked about them all the time. They are simply regular exhaust pipe. So why are they so shiny? When they were first installed I spent three hours per side with Mothers metal polish and a lot of rags.
That's right folks, they're just metal polished normal exhaust pipe! After initially getting that shine it's easy to keep it up. Once per year I take 15 minutes a side buffing them up. I wipe them off whenever I wash the car as well. It's been almost 5 years now and they still look like new.
There you have it, I just saved you $200+ by not having to buy stainless steel pipes.
Mods for “StAnG”
trick flow upper intake manifold, cold air intake, headers, dual exhaust no cats, new 17" cobra rims.
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