This one is my favorite from when I last drove it.
This one is the best showing my lack of progress. 20 years of dust doesnt do anything good.
This one is my favorite since I made it red again. I want to drive again soon, its been far too long.
Wish mine looked as good as the others in here..
Past Cats: '69 Std. w/sunroof, 69 XR7, '67 XR7, '68 Std., '70 Std.
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EDIT: Must have lowered, raising would geometrically raise the car up. duh. All was done via info found through Branda Shelby.
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See ya on the hiways, Neal
1970 XR-7 Hard top White & Ginger. 351W "Ginger"
1970 XR-7 convertible Blue & Black 351C 4V
1971 XR-7 Bright Blue with Blue Up beat interior
1970 Standard 428CJ Competition Yellow The New Money Pit.
2002 Miata LS Emerald Mica Daily driver.
2006 Ranger Sonic Blue, 4.0 V6 5 speed AOD The work force.
If it ain't broken, Modify it!
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70 Grabber Blue XR-7 Conv. 351C -4V/4sp Eliminator Look
68 Yellow Hertz XR7-G (Restoration started)
68 Red Hertz XR7-G
68 J code XR7 with Sunroof
06 Z06 Corvette (My daily driver)
I've had her for 3 month now, and making pretty good progress with her.
Out here in Southern California we have a guy who can align any configuration of the Cougar suspension: Marlon......
"Don't blame me. I voted for Kodos"
This is a SERIOUS addiction. There is no patch. There is no gum. You're stuck with this one.
"I had the right to remain silent, but not the ability." - Ron White
1969 XR 7 Coupe 351W, Meadowlark Yellow/Saddle
2011 Fusion SE I4 6-speed auto with Appearance Package, Silver
1981 Honda CB900F - Original owner
2016 Fusion SE 2.5 - Green/Tan
My other 1200 cars are 1/25 scale
This is of course not my cat but WOW! Really am impressed with it. Robin stopped by this AM on his way home from the show in CA to pick a bunch of parts and 13 hoods for use in his Extreme G hood we will be marketing for him. He unloaded his car and somehow I got him to give me a ride. A real honor since he said not even his twin brother has been for a ride and he has never "fully" got on it like he did this AM. I was amazed that he could pump it once (cold) turn the key and it started with no fuss! He backs it out of the trailer, shuts the door and it just sits there and idles perfectly... After we all ew and ah for the appropriate amount of time we head down the road in front of my shop. This thing hooks up pronto, no wheel hop or long burn out just GO! The G force meter on the dash really worked and we pegged it in at least 2 gears. The two speed rear gives you 4:11 gears and 2:98 gears when you hit 100mph. Robin says it is good for 170 MPH but I never did get the nerve to look how fast we might be going... Like a dumb a** I get in and see these fancy Shelby belts attached to the roll bar and figure "oh, I don't want to mess with his stuff, I'll just sit on them..." Somewhere past 100mph I am thinking "great, I am going to die whilst sitting on the very best seat belts money can buy..."
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