WE have started on a project we
are calling project
concept is to supply our customers with a complete rolling car, less engine and
transmission. We have started with a '66 Mustang coupe. This includes a fresh,
rust-free body. We have added extras such as fully-molded
side exit exhaust covers to the rocker panels, molded side scoops. Finished
inside and out in PPG stunning Viper Red (or your choice of color). The front suspension is completely
upgraded with our Tubular Mustang II Front Kit with adjustable coilover shocks.
With the shock towers removed, this is ready for any engine you desire. The
engine compartment is also finished to with high-gloss space age finish impervious
to brake fluid, oil, anti-freeze, battery acid, carb cleaner and gasoline. This
provides a long-lasting finish. The rear suspension is upgraded to leaf springs
with urethane bushings and upgraded shocks. The brakes are 4- wheel-discs with a
CNC Dual Master Cylinder. Interior comforts are optional and not included in the package.
You can choose from 2 styles of 17" wheels, the
the ever popular "TORQUE THRUST II"
All rubber components in the car are replaced. Stainless trim is fully polished
and we also added a polished billet grille. Power windows and air conditioning are
also options. Other details we are working on include optional JME gauges. Brake
up grades and the RRS suspension and rack system is also an option. The first package will be ready some time in December 2004 for around
$25,000.00 and up depending on options and add-ons. We have removed all the headaches for
you - just add your own interior, engine and transmission. You will have a new
Mustang in a matter of weeks. Please call or e-mail us with any questions.
The picture below is of one our
CoupeR's" at the San Diego mustang club show.
The car is shown here with Torque Thrust II wheels.
Adam's Now in build process. Midnight Fire Pearl, 345HP
with AOD auto trans, Custom two tone gray leather
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