falconizer_62
falconizer_62
Location: Garden Grove, CA, USA
Joined: 01/10/2008
My Styles
Race only, H.A.M.B., Build-It, Drive-It, Custom Rodder, Old-School, Restorer, Builder
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My Blog

(6 posts)
I decided to tackle the part I have been dreading... [September 7, 2008] views: 76  Yes, it's true, I have been dreading the front suspension of this project.  Mostly, because I had no idea what I was doing or how it would function when done.  Not doing it, ...
Is this all that 12 hours gets you? [August 11, 2008] views: 101 We worked on the beast for 12 hours, and it almost looks exactly the same as it did before I started! (at lease to the neighbors!)

Certain tasks sure seem to go slowly. When I look back ...

The Youth Crew [July 28, 2008] views: 92 One of my favorite things about building a car or taking on any project of that size is the community that is created around the construction of it. When you work on a project of this magnitude ...
After a long wait... [July 23, 2008] views: 74 My buddy picked up the container from Oz last week.  I have been waiting for quite a while to get the overdrive transmission.  The transmission mount on the overdrive is 4 inches farther ...
I finally finished the intake manifold! [July 10, 2008] views: 102 After three months of work, the intake manifold is finally done!  The reason I went through all that work, is that there are no four barrel intake manifold's available through the 3.9 L ...
why not a four door? [January 29, 2008] views: 98 When it comes to the Ford falcon station wagon, the "two door is better" mantra that is seemingly very prevalent these days (and yesterday) does not apply in my opinion.  I ...