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  • Birthday April 15

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    Jeff

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  • Year
    1994
  • Model
    GT
  • Color
    Black

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  1. I’m actually a little sad that there isn’t any missing paint anymore. Scars are a good thing. That’s how we get all of our good stories to tell.😂
  2. This is the way. Love your choices. I really like this combo. Car’s going to be beautiful while have a very distinctive look. Throughout the different iterations of your build, you’ve never followed the well-worn path of “been-there-done-that” modifications. Kudos.
  3. Any progress/updates? Would love to know if you've made any plans or if you're still waiting to hear something.
  4. I can't believe that looks so stock. That's amazing. Love seeing how the dash ends and the doors work together. I watched the videos on 1320chick and they're awesome. You guys rock.
  5. Great work on the coupe. I know you’ve had that MSD distributor in for a while, but if it starts giving you trouble like the old one did, stop by the Ford parts department and grab a new Ford pickup and install it into your old distributor (if you didn’t toss it). They’re one of those few OEM parts that are way better than the aftermarket. If you ditched the stock dizzy, put a new Ford pickup into the MSD unit instead. At my old shop we used to ditch the MSD pickups right out of the box and replace them with Ford units. All of the aftermarket (yes, even MSD with their beautiful billet housings) and rebuilt parts store units come with junk pickups in them, so those are all a crapshoot. Fix it right with the Ford pickup and forget about it for 150,000 miles.
  6. That’s a lot of work. So cool to see that it’s becoming less and less like a project and more and more like a dependable car that you can truly enjoy.
  7. NICE!! Congratulations on the ride. Awesome accomplishment hitting that milestone.

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