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Old 09-12-2014, 08:02 PM   #1
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Default My latest pickup

Seen a 79 Marquis and could not help myself.

It's got a 302, a c4 tranny and the 8.8 rear I do beleive. I will be picking up a crate engine (something 300 hp+) and building the tranny and rear over the winter as a little project. Car runs great though, gets 20+ mpg highway and drives like a dream. I did the exhaust the other day, 2.25" h-pipe duals with glasspacks and 3.5 inch slash cut tips.


Here's the 97 I used to have when I was in highschool. 3.73 clutch posi, a tune and a few other little things
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Awesome! I love seeing these older vehicles being kept alive.
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Just got offered $4500 for the grand marquis, had to let it go for that money (I paid $2300).

I'll have another project here soon though, sold off the '80 gmc k10 still have a good 355 but I am looking for something ford to build.
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