I cleaned off/out my Trans Am for the first time since moving. I did not like how it was becoming a shelf and parts storage facility.
It's from 1979 and is choked by smog, but its loud and the price is beyond perfect. So eat my shorts Oppo, I don't give a fuck about common sense at this point. I have shop space to getting it running. I just wish it was a 400 and a 4 speed instead of a 403 and an auto....
I’ve always been fascinated by ‘Euro Tails’. Tail lights that European, Japanese, Australian, and otherworldly markets that DEMAND an amber rear turn signal that do not come standard on American cars, which are usually all-red.
This is a multi-faceted repair post.
There sits a Trans Am in my garage that I have neither the time nor money to make road worthy.
Working on the
breaks brakes again.
Ford Mustang Trans-Am
Seen while picking up my wife’s bike from the shop. Wish I had been able to take some better pictures...but limited time is what makes life what it is. Sick car though.
See the lip on this wheel?
Moved house on Saturday, been picking up leftovers since then, including my car.
ran out of batteries on my digital torque gauge from the harbor.
Why not do it with STYLE?
My love for Trans Ams and Star Trek will mix. Sadly.
I’ll just let the pictures speak for themselves.
I ran out of bolts. That’s where it’s at.
It’ll be Friday or Monday before my radiator support hardware is here, so I can’t FULLY mount the fenders, nose, and hood... BUT I CAN START
With my radiator support plans on hold until parts arrive, I moved on to other things... And I’m glad I did.
That’s the sound of my plans coming screeching to a halt. Because I needed to order this:
Actually, yes. We DO need latches. With the doors on it was the obvious next step.