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Howdy, Jim Kitchen here.
1954--First car--Chopped and channeled 1934 Ford 3 window coupe,Flathead power,-an original Rat Rod.
Mustangs--owned almost every year from 1964 1/2 to 2000, including a couple of factory hot rods,
1965 271hp 289 Hipo coupe,
1969 Boss 429,and a
1994 Mustang Cobra.
Some other Factory hot rods--1960 ford Fairlane 360hp 352--1993 F150 Gen1 Lightning pickup, and a 2003 Mercury Marauder.
Some other non Mustang Foxbodys,--1984 Thunderbird Fila, home to a 351 Cleveland for 20 years,now being readied for a twin turbo 5.3.
1991 Lincoln Continental MK VII LSC, 557 BBF,no longer around.
1986 Thunderbird I got to replace the Lincoln.I put it together as a Sat nite 11.50 fun car.My boys got ahold of it and entered it in HRDW 2016.
My son Beep finished 5th in Super Street, Big block, NA..For 2018 my son Jim and I put together a 7L Windsor and finished 15th out of 140 cars in
Street machine eliminator.Went out first round of eliminations.Currently working on installing a 7L W in a 1997 Ford Ranger EX cab pickup
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Thank you Roger. The T-Bird is a fast, fun, easy, and exciting car to drive. During HRDW 2018, we had to drive thru Hurricane Florence at night, on a 2 lane blacktop road thru the mountains in a car with front runners, a spool and a trailer pushing you thru the curves.For a little more excitement go to Hot Rod Drag Week 2018, Day 5.Start the video at 39 minutes to watch our 4 minutes of fame.
 
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