I just got this car, and I love it! I needed a car to have fun with since my 1962 Bel Air wagon was destroyed by a drunk kid in a stolen truck last year. I saw it in a gas station with a for sale sign in it, went and asked about it, took it for a test drive, and wrote a check. It isn't what I expected to get, but I'm glad I got it! I still want to replace my wagon, but it isn't as urgent any more.
Original owner, daily driven. difficulty keeping under the speed limit.
350 V8 and a 5speed. I haven't timed it yet, but it's a lot faster than the wagon was!!!!!
4.6 liter, Aluminum Block and ported aluminum heads, Dual overhead cams with 4 valves per cylinder. Recently built motor, no dyno..et looking forward to the dragstrip.
I don't know what was standard and what was optional, but it's got just about everything except a CD player. That will change soon.
Still finding out what it has. I know it has a K&N intake and Flowmasters.
Naturally aspirated, Forged and balanced aluminum V8, J & E pistons, Manley H beam rods, ported heads and intake, Accufab Throttle Body, Cold Air, JBA shorty headers, 9 Qt. oil pan, MSD Ignition, Steeda Short Throw Aluminum Shifter, Steeda adjustable clutch quadrant, McLeod Clutch, Bassani x pipe ......Ford Racing aluminum drive shaft, Auburn pro series limited slip differential with 4: 10 ring and pinion, 31 spline axles, Girder. Ford Racing Lower Control Arms, Baer bump steer kit. 1-1/2" lowering springs, Tokico Struts and rear shocks, Kenny Brown Sub frame connectors and tower brace, Foose Aluminum wheels,18x10 @ rear, 18 x 8.5 @ front. Nitto's 28540zr18 @ rear, 24540zr18 @ front, no spacers
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