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Baywolf
03-16-2001, 07:30 PM
well everyone i am new here but have already found some usefull things here and hope i can be of help to others im not the smartest guy in the world but i know a little my older brother started showing me how to make things go fast when i was about 10 years old and it went from there i have owned7 mustangs including my present 89 GT an 82 GT two 72 coupes an 85 with a 390 to much engine nose heavy and twisted the body i think alot of that had to do with the butcher job the guy i bought it from did to make it fit an 86 i converted from 4 banger to 5.0 and i have a 88 lx with no drive train at a friends farm now well if i can help anyone i will i have had quite a bit of experiance with parts interchange and if anyone has a question on the evil world of GM email me at wolves_at_bay_1@yahoo.com my brother is a whiz with bow tie garbage

Goodson
03-18-2001, 01:11 PM
Hey welcome to the board. I have been hangin around here about a year or so and it is great! everyone is friendly and very down to earth. If you have any good knowledge be sure to check out the troubleshooting board. Welcome and thanks for joining!!!

Chris-90LX
03-18-2001, 11:23 PM
Glad to have you around Baywolf! If you have an extra GT kicking around, please register it in the registry. It sounds like you have had some exposure to doing different Mustang stuff. Wow, a 390FE motor in a Fox Chassis!

We had a guy looking into putting a vintage 1966-67 410 Mercury motor into a Fox Stang last month.

Any insight or point of view you can bring here is good for all of us. It's good to keep bringing in new blood man!

Best of luck, and I hope we can entertain you! Please feel free to field any questions that you are sharp on.

Baywolf
03-18-2001, 11:43 PM
i was planning on registering mine but that will have to wait awhile till i get it out of my dads backyard for the spring to get all the info you ask for the old man will be glad to have his yard back he says i need to get a house where i can put it in my own yard go figure 25 years old and he thinks i need to have a place to keep my own toys lol

MustangGTorg
03-19-2001, 12:31 AM
Hey, Baywolf... I saw in one of the other threads you said you were from Iowa. Where at?

Kathy

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David & Kathy Bowers
1982-1993 Mustang GT Registry
www.mustanggt.org
1965 Mustang coupe (http://www.mustanggt.org/bowers/index.html) (stock)
1985 Mustang GT hatchback (http://www.mustanggt.org/bowers/index.html) (daily driver)
1991 Mustang GT hatchback (http://www.mustanggt.org/bowers/index.html) (open track/autocross)
1998 Expedition (family hauler & tow vehicle)

Baywolf
03-19-2001, 11:33 PM
i live in council bluffs where i was born and raised lived here forever its scary i live two blocks from where i grew up but i like it here its home even though ive been alot of places i always wind up back here in the west end of council bluffs you just gotta get use to the whole winter beater concept i really hate escorts lol