Built to Cruise

Here are some videos of our Built to Cruise Project.
Click here for more information about this project: http://www.latemodelrestoration.com/products/Save-A-Fox-Mustang-Charity-Raffle The guys and gals over at Southeastern Foxbodies (SEFB) set out on an ambitious project - build a Fox Body Mustang to raffle off for charity. We were able to interview SEFB members at Mustang Week 2012 ( see the interview here - [media] View: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gP9BbPBBjkQ ) and we quickly determined this was a task that would require a long road of hard work in order to have it ready for MW13. We built a great relationship with this club and when they approached us about helping sponsor their project we were honored to help! This raffle benefited the following charities: 1. Juvenile diabetes research foundation 2. Victory Junction Gang Camp 3. Savannah's Drive Save-A-Fox Made 341 hp and 345 tq Trickflow 185cc CNC heads, Stage 2 Cam & intake manifold TMI full upholstery with 03-04 Cobra style seats LatemodelRestoration.com donated Ford Racing z spec t-5 transmission (M-7003-Z), Ford Racing Driveshaft (M4602G), 3.73 gears, rear differential, 31 spline 5 lug axles, SVE 5 disc conversion and RAM HDX clutch with clutch install kit Big thank you to Troy Rabe for taking the time to tell the Save-A-Fox story and thanks to the whole SEFB club for giving so much in order to help charity!!!
Mustang GT 5.0 mountain run
It's been hell week at the StangNet shop and MANY hours spent on this painstaking 2011 Fox 5.0 swap project...better known as Built to Cruise. So what do we have in store? How about the inaugural crank-start, woot! http://www.stangnet.com