Well, the F150 is a 4x4 but you can never have too many...:grin2:irate::yoho:
Hahaha, now where did I put my sawzall.Well, the F150 is a 4x4 but you can never have too many...<img src="http://forums.vintage-mustang.com/images/Vintage-Mustang_2015/smilies/tango_face_grin.png" border="0" alt="" title="Big Grin" class="inlineimg" /><img src="http://forums.vintage-mustang.com/images/smilies/pirashoot.gif" border="0" alt="" title="priateshoot" class="inlineimg" /><img src="http://forums.vintage-mustang.com/images/smilies/piratedrink.gif" border="0" alt="" title="piratedrink" class="inlineimg" />
Why stop there? While you're converting it to a 4x4 you could cut off that goofy looking sloped roof, open up the trunk area and install a truck bed.
Get rid of the F150. This would serve all your car/truck needs.
That's a great looking car. Should be a fun project.
A 3.0 open diff was standard for a Mach 1. Also, I think an FMX was the typical automatic for a Mach 1. Not a great trans. Good reason for a TKO-600 swap. :smile2:Okay, I'll show some bad now. The engine is date code 0J3 (heads are 0J17 and 0J19), the rear end is 0DE (3.00 where it should be 3.25) and the transmission is a FMX transmission (aluminum tail shaft, iron body, aluminum bell) but I can't find a tag on it. Appears to be a 70's drivetrain.
The other picture is of the floor pans. Not to my liking even though the picture makes them look ok.
The paint is about a 15 footer although it was repainted then stored (just too many flaws).
I did not get the shaker in the deal (she told me today when I inquired about buying it separate that she paid 2k for it in '02). I also didn't get a hood tach (although she had it as well).
Outside of that Mrs. Lincoln, how did you like the play?
None of the above are deal breakers but also not the deal of the century. A good deal, in my opinion, still yes, but I think the OEM (new looking ) shaker would have made it much better...