I bought a 92 GT for my son and I to work on. I want to do for him what my dad did for me. The car is in good condition. The 5 speed was almost toast when I bought it and I finished it off on the way home. The gentleman couldn't give me any relevant info on the car. What I can see is aluminum heads, long tube headers, cobra intake, aluminum pulleys, aluminum drive shafts, aftermarket springs, and sub frame connectors. It looks like someone knew what they wanted when it was built. The car itself is in great shape. Over the Christmas break we pulled the engine and transmission. There is a little rust on the shock towers that may turn into more. I have a friend coming to cut some inspection holes to see if the squash blocks in the frame are still intact. I hope to lean on you all for advice. I haven't done anything with a fuel injected car and haven't done any projects like this in 30 years. Here are some pics of the shock towers.
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