1961 Willys wagon . 383 stroker rated @ 550 h/p sm 465, np 205 , d44 rront , 12 bolt rear . 38.5 x 15 x 15 super swampers , Autometer guages , new panels inside fully insulated . New buckets , power steering and brakes . It's in the shop right now getting a d 60 front diff. , 14 b . f.f. rear , lockers , PSC hydro assist steering , front 4 link with King coilovers . Also getting deaver leaves in the rear and I don't know what kind of shocks will be in the rear yet . I will be adding a Warn winch and raising the front bumper and eventually get an interior roll cage and reupolster the rear seat to match the fronts and get a crappy paint job so I don't have to cry when I scratch the crap out of it .Yes I have and will wheel the crap out of it because I don't believe in street queens and there's 4 wheeling all around me !
I know i posted my R6 a while back (has since been sold as of june of last year) but i forgot to post my other vehicle...which has also been sold as of december of 2012, but oh well! Gone but not forgotten lol
1991 Mustang GT - I think the last dyno was at 475hp to the wheels and 540tq
Current daily driver. 7 gallon tank and I go 3 1/2 weeks on it. A/C, airbags, 6 speed sequential gearbox, injected, turbocharged, intercooled .7 liters. It's a kick to drive and every other car is a race whether they know it or not. Always can find a parking spot.
Don't have her anymore, but here's the 1965 Mustang I got my start working on cars with. She was beautiful. Learned all the basics working alongside my dad at a young age. Other girls played with dolls, I rebuilt carburetors.
Unfortunately, they sold her a few years back and I wasn't in a good financial place to buy her off them at the time. Some day I'll have another one (maybe when the Jeep's paid off and fully upgraded the way I want it). Both my neighbors have '69 Stangs and chatting with them gets me jonesing for one again some day down the line.
We had a '64 Falcon too, which we were building into a drag racer to hit the local redneck dragway in Bithlo. Dad lost interest, though, and sold her piecemeal before she was done.
I had a '93 Mustang for a while, too. My first car of my own. Learned a lot more about working on cars with it... but only because it was always broke down, lol.
ALSO... I love all the other Mustangs on this thread! Nice to know that Jeep people and Mustang people have so much overlap!
I've made some changes to the old wagon since I posted up some pics. a year ago. Installed a set of one ton axles,(d60 frnt, 14 bolt rr.). Also moved the front axle forward 5" and installed 38 x 17 x 14.5" MTRKs on new steelies, discs on all fours, hydro brakes and PSC hydro assist steering. Also installed an auto tranny, (700r4), Dana 300 w/ twin sticks,also installed a front 4 link with King coilovers,high cross over steering with Artec high steer arms. Also installed parking brakes on both rear calipers. Cut off the front frame horns and installed a new boxed, raised section to fit the Warn m15000 winch. Not shown in the pick is the synthetic winch line and Hawse fairlead. I still need lockers, 4 to 1 in the T.C., skids and rocker protection. That will happen soon. I'm happy with what I have done, especially the travel I have in the front end.