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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by TxCobrA98, Jul 25, 2007.
mines in oct. ill be 31 :nonono:
you got me by almost 2 years
dont remind me
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: getting older gracefully huh?
i get younger by the day
im passionate towards notchs but not towards red interior in fox bodies...sn-95's are a different story...now thats sexy imp: haha having 2 cobras in the front yard would be nice however...but then it would be a constant battle of cobras haha
haha well ive come to expect when my dad gets a cobra, it will have some nice stuff on it.. im sure hell be blown sometime. while im sittin here n/a and stock lol.
butttt ill get to drive it i imagine so. or i hope so. maybe i should let my dad drive my cobra every now and then so when he gets his, he can't refuse.
and my dad is 47 so he would probably be the oldest dude on here.. hes cooler than all you other oldies though. hahah
good thinking haha it would come down to the you never let me drive your car why should i let you drive mine
Stevo has him beat.
so yall call 31 old, damn i guess i will feel really really old by that age cause im 22 and i already feel so old its not even funny, but i guess that's what 3 kids make you feel like. especially when they are stairsteps uttahere:
22 ???????Your a baby
yeah but i wish i felt like it. sorry i have 4 kids, (my husband makes 4)
foxes are cheap, easy to work on, and parts are dime a dozen...
For example... my 4 banger LX...
It will cost under 700 for a v8 swap.
250 for a 5lug 8.8 posi
250 for a t5 or t45
50 for a bell housing
thats all i need, but I will end up running into more shit to replace, so I know to tac on a few extra hundred.
Iron gt40 heads, ported decked polished set up for an aggressive comp cam... 500 bucks from private seller... you can't find OHC heads that cheap. No puter on the fox if you run carb. makes life 100x easier.
foxes are great cars if you wanna go fast cheap... I'm a poor bastard, its all I can afford... But with a few grand, I could easily give stock termies a run for their money.