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    Default So what's going on?

    Dave?
    Marty?
    Scott?





    Toma?
    Project: Blue Steel (91 Thunderbird SC)

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    Nothing......yet. Saving some money and getting stuff together for the year. It really sucks not having a heated garage to work in as I have to either fire up the propane heater or wait until it gets warm. Oh well...someday.
    1989 Thunderbird SC<br />280hp &amp; 392 ft/lbs with a 50hp N20 shot

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    Me....not much. Might just drive the car how it is for the year and then look at something. I have been looking at some pro street cars though. What about you Tom? Where is the heads/cam package at?


    Marty
    Best time 13.01@100.5mph for the T-Bird SC - SOLD
    Best ET 11.010 Best MPH 124 for the 2.3L Mustang - Parted Out
    Best ET 8.46 Best MPH 160 for the 80mm SBE 5.3L Mustang

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    Default Re: So what's going on?

    Should be here sometime this month.


    Wait, wtf, your looking at selling out?
    Project: Blue Steel (91 Thunderbird SC)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toms-SC
    Should be here sometime this month.


    Wait, wtf, your looking at selling out?
    No I can't sell out I have to keep my title over you and win it back from Scotty , but I have been looking at some big powered cars.


    Marty
    Best time 13.01@100.5mph for the T-Bird SC - SOLD
    Best ET 11.010 Best MPH 124 for the 2.3L Mustang - Parted Out
    Best ET 8.46 Best MPH 160 for the 80mm SBE 5.3L Mustang

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    Car is sitting,

    I am dricing a 93 Geo Metro I bought for 300 bucks . . . the cat should feel quick after that. I have a few plans for the car this year but nothing major. Line locks, ported manifolds, Et Streets (ditching the radials) and skinnies. May delete the back seat as well.

    Dave
    90 Cougar XR-7, fully loaded,5 Speed<br /><br /><br />Internally Stock, 280,000 KMS, 4100 lbs, 13&#039;s&nbsp; . . . not bad.

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