Storage season + late night needs = ........

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  1. FASTANG

    FASTANG Member

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    Not being able to drive it for a while, I decided it's time to find a few things to do on the weekends late at night
    and here's a few things I have done the last 4-5 months, besides the recently finished H/C/I install.

    Now, I just need to paint the tank cover to remove the rough spot that is really visible in this pic.
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    Please excuse the dusty wheels
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    Power steering pump received the black paint treatment.
    Removed the large radiator overflow bottle for a smaller one hidden by the plastic radiator cover.
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    If time permits, hiding the engine bay wires will be next.
    If I can't get to it this year, hopefully next winter.

    That is all, just wanted to post up some idle time work I've completed.
     
  2. Lightning Struck

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    nice pics, when you going to bring it back out ?
     
  3. scarface

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    looks great :)
     
  4. FASTANG

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    Thanks, it's not emerging until after many hours of rain to wash the salt off the roads.
     
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    nice, i need to clean under my car...actually i just need to clean the entire car. :-[


    and man your exhaust clamps lay low.. :eek:
     
  6. 95KBGT

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    very nice, i hate cleaning that damn skidplate for the gas tank :rant:
     
  7. FASTANG

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    I have tried a few positions to clamp the Prochamber. Unfortunately, the lowest way also
    worked the best. With the Steeda sport springs, I have bottomed out a few times, but nothing much.
     
  8. FASTANG

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    Thanks, I don't always get to spend money on the car,
    (house, family, etc.) but want to do something with it
    - so I clean it. I have a part-time detailing business
    on the side from my passion for clean rides.
     
  9. 94darkhorse

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    Looks good man. I feel you on putting the car away for some time. Mine won't be out till hopefully mid April (fingers crossed).
     
  10. FASTANG

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    Thanks, where are you located?
     
  11. Bish

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    Lookin' good!!!

    I, too, stored mine for the winter. April can't get here quick enough.
     
  12. hey... what size are your tires and wheels?

    I have the exact ones...
     
  13. FASTANG

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    17 x 8, I really wanted the 17 X 9 Saleen replica's, but the price
    on these were too good to pass up. The tires are BFG Comp T/A's,
    245's up front and 275's out back.
     
  14. 97blackgt

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    My car is coming out march 15th...cant wait O0
     
  15. Pennywise2

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    Your car looks great man! :thumb:
    You are smart I have wait until the weather gets good
    before you take your mustang out of storage.
    Salt=rust on your car lol.