8/12/2006 IT'S ALIVE!!! After a full day of working on the Mustang it came back to life!! The day consisted of testing the fuel system, fixing some leaks, adjusting the valves, and adding fluids. After a small delay and troubleshooting the coil we had ignition. We intentionally left the exhaust disconnected so we could get the full enjoyment of hearing it roar, it was GREAT!! I'll try to get a sound clip posted, so everyone can enjoy.9/20/2006 We needed a new rear end for the car, it came with an 8" that would barely roll in and out of the garage. I've heard that 8" rear ends are notorious for being weak, so it was pointless for us to rebuild the one we had, plus we could get disk brakes on the rear if we went with a different setup.The rear end we selected came out of a 97 Mustang GT. It’s an 8.8" limited slip, disk brake rear end with stock 3.27 gears. I picked it up at a junk yard, it came with everything from rotor to rotor. 97 Mustangs are setup for a coil spring suspension so I had to cut off all the brackets and weld on new leaf spring perches.Overall the rear end is 2" wider than a stock 68 rear end, this is perfect for the rims we are putting on the car. I've got a little more welding to do, but so far it’s working nicely.After I cut off the coil spring perches.