Hey everyone just figured id throw some pictures of my II up on here. i found this one for dirt cheap it didnt run and looked like a completely diferent car when i got it. i've been slowly workin on it for a little while now. just picked it up besauce it was something different and something you dont see everyday so i figured why not. im slowly working my way to doing a 331 stroker but for now its still just a 302 out of an 85 gt. has some junk ported e7's nice carb nice intake and a small e cam with a set of long tubes. its just for cruisin now i guess. eventually wanna do a mini tub, roll pan to get rid of those boat anchor bumpers and a few other things to make it a fun little car.
thanks I appreciate it, im usually not a big flat black person either but i just shot it like this for the time being to hide some body work i still have to do on the car and i actually ended up liking the way it looked. should look nicer when the body work is done and its sittin on some pro star slicks and skinnys
I don't have any "good" pictures of mine, but here's some random pictures I've taken of it while working on it lately. They're from ditching the carburetor and installing the MSD Atomic EFI, upgrading the radiator and fan, stripping the factory vinyl and plasti-dipping the roof for now, and of the Intro-Tech Custom AutoShade for the II (Yes, someone still makes something for our cars!)
Not a V8 car but hopes to grow up to be one!
Third registered owner of this 78 with just over 80,000 miles on the clock.
It spent it's first years in Germany piloted by a Lady Air Force Officer who sold it to another Officer who's grandson sold it to me!
It sat 6 years in a car port. The only real rust is at the bottom rear of the wells on the quarters. Surface rust on the edges from the paint being buffed too many times!
The guy had set the motor on fire pouring gas down the carb while it was running! I had to free the engine up as it was slightly ceased but a little Marvel Mystery Oil down the cylinders and a couple tugs on a breaker bar. Hit the key again and it spun over like a top!
Still needs a new carb, brake booster and water pump.(still need the booster and carb)
I don't think I ever added my 74 V6 Ghia and my newly acquired (just last weekend) King Cobra. I have done a ton of work on the 74. Even though I've only owned the King a week, I've been detailing it, fixing things, replaced all door/t-top/hatch seals and added new wheels & tires. I also have 95GT that only goes out for shows or club cruises.