Modifications from stock:
1, 1957 Ford��� F-100 steering box and column.
2, Swapped in 2.3 4 cylinder with 5 speed manual transmission from a 1990 Mustang���.
3, Pete and Jakes shock kit and magnum 4" dropped tube axle.
4, 1986 Mustang��� carb and intake.
5, Shaved door handles with Dakota Digital poppers.
6, Stewart/Warner gauges.
7, 1988 Ford��� Ranger��� 7.5" axle with 3:45 gears.
8, Air bag rear suspension and TCI 4 link.
9, Upholstery done in green/white vinyl.
10, electric fuel pump (100gpl@4 psi).
11, Bob Drake blue dots in '50 Pontiac tail-lights.
12, Signal lights in head-light buckets.
13, 15"x4" Dodge Diplomat space-saver spare wheels on front 1955 Ford��� 15" steel wheels wearing Hurst pie-crust radial slicks wide white walls (rear wheels are reversed) and reproduction feista caps.
14, Filled roof.
15, MSD plug wires
16, Electric fan.
17, Firestone 560-15" wide white tires out front.
18, Lake pipe header.
19, Volare front brake rotors and bearings.
20, 1984 Olds Cutlass front brake calipers.
21, 1973 Pinto��� distributer upgraded to an electronic dist. with a Pertronix .
22, 1965 Chrysler 300 steering wheel.
23, Suzuki Esteem front seats.
24, Exide Orbital Battery
25, Alpine CD player and MB Quart speakers.
26, Heater from Vintage air.
27, Original cowl mounted gas tank.
The car was originally slated to be a museum restoration piece. A nicer version was located so the car found its way to Sean Manness in Manitoba. He built the car for his wedding (uh...his wife chose the color...). An opportunity to buy some land came up so he put the car up for sale. I traded a 1958 Ford� Custom 300 along with some cash and ended up with the car. It's changed quite a bit since I've owned it and more changes are on the way.