Well after a lot of time spent going over the '74 Capri, the body and floor pan just has too much rust to make this a viable investment, a great parts car ye... Show mores. So the long slow search for a car with less rust was started. Let me say right now that in Canada these cars are somewhat rare and finding one with little to no rust is like finding a unicorn. In August of 2018 a suitable car was found and purchased. It does still have some rust in the rear quarters and in the lower front footwell but that is all the rust I could find less a few isolated small spots here and there. This will allow me to run a higher budget in the parts I want instead of spending most of my budget on body work. The car is all original and is fairly bare bones equipped with a 2000 cc 4 cylinder and an automatic transmission.
H ere's a quick look at my custom trackbar, one end anyway. Any competent machine shop should easily be able to fabricate this bar. Rock solid rear trac... Show moreking is the main benefit of this mod, and your wide tires will not rub the inner fenderwell, no matter how hard you corner. Total cost $160.00, you install. Another easy to fabricate peice is the solid engine bobble strut. Both these peices are made from solid aluminum bar stock,and use Hiem joints to attatch. The bobble strut has a stud installed in one end, Hiem in the other, and the trackbar uses the Hiems on both ends, TOO EASY. Try it, you'll like it! Show Less
Due to the paint peel the car is no longer for sale. The loss of investment is to high,so for now I will hold on to the car, and start saving for a repaint.T... Show morehis is my car. It's one of approx. 250 1992 IROC R/T's. And it's one of only 60 Black cars built in '92. I have'nt had it to the race track yet, but I'm sure it will do better than 14 flat in the 1/4 mile. The car corners like you would not believe, tracks dead straight at speed and is a real handful from a dead stop when on the throttle. The only thing is the tight suspension leaves the ride alittle bumpy,but what a blast! I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Show Less
Well thats my car, as it is today, hope you enjoyed it. I have added some new pictures that I took yesterday, Nov.29/02. I'm also adding these pictures, ... Show morethat to date are my very favorite, partly because as you'll have noticed I'm not a very good photographer, but I try. These pic's are about 1yr ago with different rims, that I really can appreciate. Show Less