I am sure some of you guys saw my sort of reintroduction post over in the Garage. I am going to track progress of the car here in this thread. Hopefully I can get it in good order and eventually get the mods going. Long story short, my wife has been upset with me ever since I sold my Convertible a couple years ago. Since I am already balls deep in the RX7 build I figured that it would be a long time before getting back into Mustangs. But then I found a deal to good to pass up, problem being how to convince the warden to let me spend the cash on it. So I told her it would be her car and she gave the green light. Seems like a win/win for me. I enjoy building things more than enjoying them so she can benefit from this one. Car in question is a 94 GT Convertible 5 speed. Plans right now are simple and fairly budget minded. Probably going to cut the stock springs to bring the ride height down a bit. Swap on some 99+ PBR calipers I have hanging around. Go over everything mechanically with a fine tooth comb so its safe. Sounds like the smog pump is seizing up, so that's always a good excuse to install an offroad H pipe and get rid of the smog/egr stuff. Otherwise the engine and trans seem to be just fine. Once the weather warms up a bit I want to pull it down to the short block to check over all condition, replace gaskets and wear items like the timing chain. Since it will be apart I am strategizing a GT40 top end and TFS cam setup, just figuring out the game plan to convince the wife she needs it. Probably just skirt all the parts in slowly over the next few months under the radar. Anyway here are some pictures starting from when I got it to how it sits now. Filthy beast with gross smoke smelling interior. Shout out to TanTop94 for the coffee bean trick. Has really helped the interior smell a lot! Clever hole covering scheme going on here... Gross looking engine. After some TLC and lots of scrubbing and buffing trouble areas. Well that's it for now. I am tied up in my basement project for the next couple weeks. Once that is done I can start digging back into this thing.