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Bill's newest donor

Discussion in '4.6L Mustangs' started by Bill, Oct 13, 2013.

  1. Bill

    Bill Well-Known Member Staff Member Donator

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    I thought I'd post up a pic of my newest donor car...my favorite, a 99 Cobra coupe. 99 Cobra.jpg
     
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  2. vettn71

    vettn71 Active Member

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    Sweeet! That's a great donor vehicle.
     
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  3. Bill

    Bill Well-Known Member Staff Member Donator

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    It is languishing under a tarp in NE Oklahoma at the moment. It is a cool car. It is a "XX" Cobra, which means it was a demo model at a dealership. It was wrecked four times before I got it at a salvage auction.
     
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    Speedtospare Well-Known Member

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    Perfect for a swap
     
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    vettn71 Active Member

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    Yes, I'm looking forward to your progress thread. Wish I had a 4V, instead of a 2V, but mine runs pretty good. Just nothing like the sound of a 4V

    Jim
     
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    Bill Well-Known Member Staff Member Donator

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    Agreed. Mine was able to move under its own power to get on and off the trailer when I first bought it. I will probably do rings/bearings/gaskets/timing components as a rebuild before I actually install it. Over the years, I have gathered a large pile of parts for this project, but it keeps getting sidetracked by something else.
     

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