Welcome Oz - a mod motor in a 94 - look forward to seeing it. Follow the thread - we meet up from time to time.
Cool. You need to post that info on the 94/95 forum. Someone was just getting bashed for putting a 5.0 in a 98 car last week. The thread starter was just starting trouble and didn't really exist, I believe.mousley said:I own a 1994 V6 mustang which I very recently dropped a 2002 GT motor and tremec tranny into. I'm enrolled at UT studying computer engineering and all my money either goes to school or to the car.
Michael- you might want to try Don at Air Cooled Classics. I know they have lots of experience fabricating bodywork, and I was very impressed with their customer service when I had them fab the video camera mount.Michael Yount said:Anybody know anyone that is capable of fabbing some compound curves in sheet aluminum using an English wheel? I'm gonna have to have my front spoiler done in metal I think. I like the shape of it, and I don't know how much longer the ABS plastic is gonna hold up.
Good to see another 93 Cobra in the area. Be careful where you park that baby at door dinger central. I used to park mine all the way down at Neyland drive in that small commuter lot across from Thompson Boling. There are several "non-door dingers" spots there.93COBRA665 said:Hey guys,
I'd be interested in meeting up with yall! I live in knoxville, and drive a 93 cobra (black). I am finishing up school at UT and work as well. Just looking for some good times, and going out to the track once in a while. It looks to me like you guys usually meet up every once in a while at some local restaurants and hang out; let me know when the next ones planned, and I'll come out and meet you all.