Chris Schnurr - 1987 Ford Mustang GT t-top
I built this car myself over the last 3 years, I am a machinist and this was my first serious build.
I bought the car as a shell, with no engine, int., suspension, wiring, etc.
Painted the whole underside with spray on bedliner to stand up to chips, welded in through the floor frame connectors, a cage and torque box reinforcement kit.
Then I sound deadened the interior and started putting it together. I installed black interior, recovered the seats myself with the vinyl kit.
the engine is a 302 HO with GT40 intake,with spacer, 75mm TB, 75mm MAS, shorty headers, BBK CAI, BBK 2 1/2" Hpipe with high flow cats, Flowmaster super 44 exhaust, 3:55 rear, 5 lug SN95 brake conversion, Shelby razor wheels, centerforce dual friction clutch, Electric fan, alum. rad, U/D pullies, E303 cam, roller rockers, alum driveshaft, plus lots more I forgot to mention.
I have bought lots of parts from Late Model and have been extremely happy
the car isn't complete and I don't think it ever will be