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    TOMMM RENZOOOOOOO heheehee I used to laugh so hard at all of that.

    Look at the Corral...same problem as mentioned above. I remember when that place was like a dive bar. Reading all of their banter was just awesome.
    They would bust balls so bad. It was hilarious.

    Cheers! DILLY DILLY
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    Aside from the Mustang crinkle headers, still looks like it's only 150 HP...
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    I've been around since the old EZboard days. I am glad to see that the forums are still around. They don't drum up the activity they used to, but they are a wealth of knowledge. I've been into these cars since I was 14, and digging through my old posts really shows how much I've learned and how much of a dipshit I was.

    Man, I could name drop so many people that have come and go.

    Laterz and takes her eazy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sarjxxx View Post
    Wow so I come back from the dead and here is a post talking about Tom Renzo from back when I was frequenting the site most often lol. I must not have been around when he left, did he get banned?

    I will say I was happy to donate what I could to the server support fund back in the day, and would be happy to do so again. EDIT: I just found out there was another one in 2014 and sorry I missed it... It is so refreshing to come here and interact with a board that is not dominated by ads at every post. (I've been lurking around a lot of mustang forums lately)

    Plus most everyone here is dedicated to the platform and cares about helping other members rather than just throwing their 2c in where it doesn't belong like a lot of other sites....

    So, put me down for +1 on that, Sport
    Holy crap, welcome back! You had a black 87/88 Cougar, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcb82gt View Post
    Holy crap, welcome back! You had a black 87/88 Cougar, right?
    Hey, thanks! Yep, black 88 LS. That car I still have but it's been sitting dead a few years, not in the best of shape lately. I'll update the project thread sometime soon with the current condition and story behind that�� Don't wanna hijack this one
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    Please do.

    I still want the doors.
    Quote Originally Posted by jcassity
    I honestly dont think you could exceed the cost of a new car buy installing new *stock* parts everywhere in your coug our tbird. Its just plain impossible. You could revamp the entire drivetrain/engine/suspenstion and still come out ahead.
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    Back in the early days, I remember weasel and his damned black Cougar...he'd done so much work to that thing...

    And another really cool Tbird...can't remember the name, but he had some custom wheels for it, and it was a supercharged, blue Bird...

    There was a video he'd posted....accelerating down an on ramp...car was stupid fast...
    Think his s/n was Thunderhawk???
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    '87 Stang notch
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    And another really cool Tbird...can't remember the name, but he had some custom wheels for it, and it was a supercharged, blue Bird.

    I think you’re referring to Glenn Hawkins (The Hawk)
    http://www.foxtbirdcougarforums.com/...how&highlight=
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    Dynoed 446 horse/409 torque at the wheels.
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    That's the one. Hope he still has it.
    '84 Mustang, work in (sloooooooow) progress...
    '87 Stang notch
    1994 Ford F150 Flareside
    1997 Explorer V8 conversion (in progress)
    1998 Explorer 5.0
    and a couple of tractors. Ford, of course.
    FORD power, for life!

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