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welder4956’s 1976 Ford Mustang II

Cobra II

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  • Nov 14, 2013

5/8/2010Finished the conversion from stock 4-lug to 5-lugs. I need to bleed the brakes and check clearances, but otherwise it is done and I'm happy with it. Took ... more

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  • Nov 14, 2013

I drilled 2 new 5/8" mounting holes on the existing bumper shocks to move them back 2-1/4" from the original mounting holes.  I had started cutting the sh ... more

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  • Nov 14, 2013

Has a early model 302 with flat-top pistons, mild cam, Blackjack headers, dual turbo exhaust, Edelbrock Performer carb, Weiand intake, roller tip rockers, screw-in studs ... more

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  • Nov 14, 2013

The hood latch pull broke several years ago and we never got around to replacing it.  I was looking around at Home Depot and found this stainless steel tee handle d ... more

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Comments (3)
  • LordCeeJay
    For the rear lug/brake conversion, why didn't you just swap the whole rearend? Seems like it would have been way less work. Anyway, lookin' good.
  • Galactic_eyes
    Hey Marty/Alice. I really like what you guys have done. I like the idea with the front/rear bumpers. Check out out my 78 Ghia sometime. 5 stars for a fine job.
  • rms347
    I too am looking forward to some finished pics. At least some more of the progress. Interesting concept, tucking the bumpers! looks good!