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no lol. i put that in all my cars that sit. it absorbs all the moisture in the air and prevents mold and bad smell
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Whoa for real? That's crazy.

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yea when i brought my sho home (sold it) it smelled like rat poop and mold and a week or two of the charcoal and a cleaning took the smell out
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Originally posted by zak zak wrote:

not yet. i bought it totaled and green and took it where it is now, i need a set of tires and struts to get the paper work done and get it titled. then 4.10s are goin in the rear, its getting a full exhuast, CAI, underdrive pulleys and some sort of chip/tune. and maybe cams. i eather wanna dump it and buy cobra or build a turbo motor some day.

sounds good...i've heard from several people that changing the rear end gearing in a F-body 5.0 or SN-95 really makes a difference.

if i had the money, i'd get a 03/04 cobra. (i plan on buying one someday soon, or finding a 00-04 v6 and swapping in the Ford Racing cobra crate motor)
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that crate motor is way over priced. you can find one much cheaper. and get the 2.4
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Originally posted by DBibeau855 DBibeau855 wrote:

Hey.. By any chance, do you know Jeff Foxworthy?

 

Ok, I will try to take that lightly. 

You shouldnt judge others hobbies.  It is something that I enjoy.  I can go out to my garage and relieve stress by working with my hands.  You may see a $150 pile of crap.  I see a future bagged and chopped piece of art that I created.  It may not be something that you appreciate.  But I do.  (pretty sure that Is all that matters). 

FWIW.  every time I drive my cars, I get offers from someone to buy them.  Which has never happend when I am driving my grocery getter. 

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Zak.

what mustang tech forums do you use?  corral? stangnet?

 

I have been on both for awhile.  cannot vouch for the late model cars, but stangnet is better for the classic tech.

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Originally posted by zak zak wrote:

no lol. i put that in all my cars that sit. it absorbs all the moisture in the air and prevents mold and bad smell


Hmm, good idea, I'll do that to my car when I go home.
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Originally posted by hungrymonkey hungrymonkey wrote:

Originally posted by DBibeau855 DBibeau855 wrote:

Hey.. By any chance, do you know Jeff Foxworthy?

 

Ok, I will try to take that lightly. 

You shouldnt judge others hobbies.  It is something that I enjoy.  I can go out to my garage and relieve stress by working with my hands.  You may see a $150 pile of crap.  I see a future bagged and chopped piece of art that I created.  It may not be something that you appreciate.  But I do.  (pretty sure that Is all that matters). 

FWIW.  every time I drive my cars, I get offers from someone to buy them.  Which has never happend when I am driving my grocery getter. 


i love seeing before and after pictures...it's amazing what some people can do with a enough time and determination...good luck man. let us know how it turns out
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You really did a great job fixing that up, It looks really good. When the engine in my Bronco goes I dont know if I am going to sell it, because the body and trans is in really great condition and the interior is beautiful, or if I'm gonna buy a refurbished 5.0.

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I wanna get a mustang from the late 60's early 70's.  I really want a Boss 302 or something.  Im turning 15 the 29th, so i got a ways yet before ill even have the money for one.
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not a fan of stangnet at all. the corrals good for tech but theres to much crap in the lounge. if you want a good mustang site to bs on and thats full of people that know there stuff check out badassmustangs.com
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Originally posted by The_GOAT The_GOAT wrote:

I wanna get a mustang from the late 60's early 70's.  I really want a Boss 302 or something.  Im turning 15 the 29th, so i got a ways yet before ill even have the money for one.


i had mine when i was 15
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Originally posted by hungrymonkey hungrymonkey wrote:

Originally posted by DBibeau855 DBibeau855 wrote:

Hey.. By any chance, do you know Jeff Foxworthy?



Ok, I will try to take that lightly.


You shouldnt judge others hobbies. It is something that I enjoy. I can go out to my garage and relieve stress by working with my hands. You may see a $150 pile of crap. I see a future bagged and chopped piece of art that I created. It may not be something that you appreciate. But I do. (pretty sure that Is all that matters).


FWIW. every time I drive my cars, I get offers from someone to buy them. Which has never happend when I am driving my grocery getter.



Woah woah sweetheart, take it easy. I said that because you have non-functional cars on your property, and you dont run a car repair shop.

I have to go to the other side of town to see that. Take it easy..
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