Post pics of how your foxbody currently sits

Wayne Waldrep

Before I post a pic, do you have one of yours?
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Getting ready for the latest repair.
 
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Rdub6

So while I wait to figure out my rear end issues
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Right now, it’s still sitting still, but I couldn’t be happier with the last months progress.
A few more Brown truck deliveries and I’ll be out raising hell...... hopefully!
 
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Rdub6

So while I wait to figure out my rear end issues
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Gotta say, loving that black belt stripe. Great call.
Thanks!
That’s still the electrical tape, but I’m pretty sure I’ll be ordering the stripe kit from LMR pretty soon. The more I look at it, the more I like it. And I think it will only look better, once I get the black wheels.
 
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Just pulled out after a 6 year hibernation. Excited to be getting behind the wheel again!
 

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mikestang63

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Talk to us about the running horse projection on the pavement!
My sister has a ‘15, and the running horse light is one of my favorite things about that car!
On a Fox...... even cooler!
they are simply cheap lights i bought off Amazon. you drill a hole in the bottom of the door about an inch away from the edge, I connected the positive and negative to the wiring on the pin that activates the interior lights when you open and close the door. They include the small holesaw bit in the package. Thought it looks pretty cool at night
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Hey @mikestang63 for the Scott rod panel up on the back fire wall did you trim it at all? Also did you rivet it in and did you keep the factory felt liner piece that goes there? I trimmed mine slightly and tried to tuck under the felt trim. Idk if it’s felt actually lol but I’m guessing it’s to help keep water from drippin in.
 

mikestang63

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Hey @mikestang63 for the Scott rod panel up on the back fire wall did you trim it at all? Also did you rivet it in and did you keep the factory felt liner piece that goes there? I trimmed mine slightly and tried to tuck under the felt trim. Idk if it’s felt actually lol but I’m guessing it’s to help keep water from drippin in.
no trimming. tucked it under the cowl seal and it fit right it. used 3m double side tape to secure as i didnt want to cut the firewall out.
 
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