" Back in 1982 I ordered a Ford Fairmont Futura from my local Ford dealer. I had ordered every option available. The biggest motor was 3.3 six. When the motor went bad after 100,000 miles I slid a 1971 Boss 351 into it with a AOD transmission…"
" Oh, by the way, the body will remain completely stock with the exception of the hood. Pictures will be posted as soon as I recover from this second shoulder surgery and can work on The Tas again. Thank you my friends."
"I am about to put in everything under the body new. Mustang Two front suspension, frame connectors with cross brace and four point rear suspension. Four wheel disk brakes. I will be able to remove the shock towers to give room, for that 1971 Boss…"
"Has anyone removed the steering box out of a 60'a full size ford. My box is leaking oil badly and wan to replace o rebuild. No power steering. Do you have to completely remove the steering column to do this
Thanks for any help."
"Well Tabe, Have you put frame connectors on? The weld in kind where you cut the floor and weld the full distance keep the chassis from twisting. Stepson's '79 Capri with a 460/C6 twisted until he added the bars. It had twisted enough that…"
"I had problems keeping my front end aligned. Finally I came to the conclusion that the 428 Cu. In. I put under the hood was too much motor for the Fairlane body. You see my back wheels were trying to pass the front wheels, when I jump down on the…"
"I have owned Fords all my life and most of them were fast. I currently have a 1967 Shelby GT 500 with a 427, a 1982 Fairmont Futura coupe with a 351 Cleveland 4v motor, and a 1997 Mustang GT supercharged with Saleen ground effects and…"
yeah i have a 302 wish i had a 390 but it does run and yes i will try to put some photos of the interior. the new pics will look diff though cuz i primed it and rebuilt and painted the engine, also the rust is gone and its much better. do you know where to get windows for it cuz it needs some.thanks for the comments!
thanx for the comment man, i really apreciate it, and u know how this hobby is, u have to spend the money in order for u to see some results, what i have on my side is that im a mechanic and i pretty much do everything and anything on my rides so i save some money on that, i only buy parts and dont have to worry about labor costs, u have a nice ride yourself i have always liked galaxies adn yours is in nice shape, looks nice keep up the good work man, one more thing, its cool to find a fellow hot rodder who isnt about the rivalry among gm, ford and dodge, and can appreciate the beauty of them all