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Roadhawg
12-28-2010, 10:11 PM
I picked up a 4 cylinder 5spd 1991 Fox Mustang, for a daily driver/go to work car. I just finished doing a 5 lug conversion on the car, with on hand spare parts and the help of Pick N Pull. I pulled the Mustang in the driveway on Friday and started the conversion. The recent snowfall caught me off guard and slowed me down ever so slightly. I had to shovel the snow off the driveway, so I could finish the front of the car. Just to let everyone know, my wife can help bleed brakes, as well as make a great cup of coffee.

BLOWN38
12-28-2010, 10:25 PM
I picked up a 4 cylinder 5spd 1991 Fox Mustang, for a daily driver/go to work car. I just finished doing a 5 lug conversion on the car, with on hand spare parts and the help of Pick N Pull. I pulled the Mustang in the driveway on Friday and started the conversion. The recent snowfall caught me off guard and slowed me down ever so slightly. I had to shovel the snow off the driveway, so I could finish the front of the car. Just to let everyone know, my wife can help bleed brakes, as well as make a great cup of coffee.

Looks good. I got some 17s i'd sell ya, only have 3 you would have to find one more, 2 of them have tires. My fiance:D is pretty good at the bleeding brakes stuff too... I could care less about the coffee tho.

That needs a SC motor!

frdlvr30
12-28-2010, 11:51 PM
The Ole dual plug 2.3L. Looks good with the Sn95 wheels. Its a hatch too Chris. Meaning it would weigh about 2800 with The SC powertrain in it....
Are you retiring the Escort?

nickleman60
12-29-2010, 12:06 AM
The Ole dual plug 2.3L. Looks good with the Sn95 wheels. Its a hatch too Chris. Meaning it would weigh about 2800 with The SC powertrain in it....
Are you retiring the Escort?

It's a notchback, not a hatchback, c'mon Dave I think you slipped on that one............:rolleyes:

Roadhawg
12-29-2010, 08:15 AM
The Ole dual plug 2.3L. Looks good with the Sn95 wheels. Its a hatch too Chris. Meaning it would weigh about 2800 with The SC powertrain in it....
Are you retiring the Escort?

The Mustang is currently taking the place of the Escort. The Escort is currently in the backyard, I have had the car for 22 years and I am having a hard time parting with it. The title for the Mustang says it weighs 2700lbs. After this Mustang gets long in tooth, it will be a perfect platform for a drag car.

frdlvr30
12-29-2010, 07:36 PM
It's a notchback, not a hatchback, c'mon Dave I think you slipped on that one............:rolleyes:

Yes I meant Notch....

Roadhawg
12-29-2010, 07:55 PM
Yes I meant Notch....

I figured it was some kind of miss-type coming from a Professional Ford Tech.