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Old 07-06-2016, 05:12 PM
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Default 1962 Resto-Mod 5.4 DOHC

This is a '62 just recently finished for a customer. It was a pretty clean survivor, minus some small body damage, but no rust. The motor was tired at 113,000 and needed to be replaced but things snowballed a bit from there:

-5.4 DOHC from a '99 Navigator
-Sullivan carb intake manifold/holley 670 street avenger
-MSD Mod 6 ignition controller
-4r70w controlled via a Baumann Electronics U.S. Shift controller
-Fabricated mustang II front w/disk brakes and rack and pinion
-Fabricated steering column support to keep swing away column after removal of the steering box
-Custom fabricated oil pan
-Complete rewire to tuck/hide all possible wiring with fuse/relay panel in trunk w/battery box
-Mishimoto aluminum radiator w/dual fan setup
-All plumbing with Vibrant braided hose and -AN fittings
-Modified front sway bar
-Narrowed 9" disk brake rear end
-Fabricated 4 link w/QA1 single adjustable coilovers
-Rear adjustable sway bar
-Rear tub modifications, but NOT mini tubbed
-22x8.5 and 22x10 custom Foose Nitrous forged 3 piece wheels
-Nitto Invo 275/30r22 and 255/30r22

There are a few more pictures of mid build on the website as well as facebook, please feel free to check them out.
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