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Re: Chuck's '83 TBird

Reply #240
Nice job on the line bracket and a big congrats on the new addition to the family!
1985 Mercury Cougar XR-7 - 5-speed 
One of 1,246 built

Re: Chuck's '83 TBird

Reply #241
Congrats on #2!   Bracket looks good too!
84 COUGAR/90 HO, 1.7RRs, performer RPM,700DP, equal length shorties, stainless EXH ,T-5,Hurst pro-billet, KC clutch, 8.8/ 4.10s, line-lok, bla ,bla, bla.
71 COMET/289,351w heads, 12.5 TRWs, 750DP, Liberty TL, 9"/6.00s, 11.9x @112 , bla,bla,bla.

Never shoot your mouth off, unless your brain is loaded! ....I may get older, but I'll never grow up!....If you're not laughing, you're not living!  :laughing:

Re: Chuck's '83 TBird

Reply #242
Congrats on baby #2!
1988 Thunderbird TC, 5spd
Stinger single exhaust, Cone Filter, Adjustable Cam Pulley, Ranger roller cam conversion,
'93 Mustang Cobra replica wheels on 235/50R17

'16 F150 XLT 5.0
'17 Husqvarna TX300

Re: Chuck's '83 TBird

Reply #243
Congrats!

Time to teach baby #1 to weld.
88 Thunderbird LX: 306, Edelbrock Performer heads, Comp 266HR cam, Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, bunch of other stuff.

Re: Chuck's '83 TBird

Reply #244
Oh, hey. Look at this.



And it's under the car!


Long live the 4-eyes!  - '83 Tbird Turbo

Re: Chuck's '83 TBird

Reply #245
Looks great!
88 Thunderbird LX: 306, Edelbrock Performer heads, Comp 266HR cam, Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, bunch of other stuff.

Re: Chuck's '83 TBird

Reply #246
Nice work fabricating those clamp-on axle brackets!  :bowdown:
1988 Thunderbird
306 HO w/ A9P processor
AOD w/ Transgo Reprogrammer
Full Digital Dash w/ twin Cyberdyne A-pillar gauges 
245/50/16 Tires on Snowflakes
Engine swap - CA smog compliant

 

Re: Chuck's '83 TBird

Reply #247
Nice work fabricating those clamp-on axle brackets!  :bowdown:
Wish I could take credit for those, but those are part of that Steeda kit that I cut apart to fit in here.

Not many updates this week. Been wrangling other projects, and time is limited.
Long live the 4-eyes!  - '83 Tbird Turbo