1992 Ford Mustang
August 14th, 2015 – Finally found a decent looking notch on craigslist.
August 15th, 2015 – Decided to go pick up the notch in Ohio.
August 19th, 2017 – I mounted the Mickey Thompson ET Street Pro rear tires that Kevin gave me and test fitted the rear wheels for the first time. I seemed to have nailed the backspacing. Since the rear is narrowed 2″ on each side, I ended up ordering 15x10 with a 4.5″ backspace to fit the stock wheel tubs.
July 25th, 2018 – Loaded the car up on the trailer and took it to the shop to prep it for the trip to Racecraft.
July 27th, 2018 – Left home to drop the car off at Racecraft. I was able to check out Fletcher Cox’s newly unveiled RvW mustang when I arrived.
August 28th, 2018 – I received my first update from Racecraft. The mini tubs are done and they started fabrication on the roll cage.
September 11th, 2018 – Another little update from Racecraft. They finished a lot of the rear cage and started on the bars in the engine bay. You can see the rear crossmember above the floor to utilize a longer shock for more travel.
September 27th, 2018 – I received a large update from Racecraft. They completed the majority of the 25.3 cage, mini tubs, tin work, carbon dash, tubular steering column, driver seat mounting, window net, front subframe, carbon front end, and carbon hood. They opted to mount the anti-roll bar inside the rear of the car to free up space underneath the car in anticipation of upgrading the 8.8″ rear to a 9″ in the future. The carbon dash and carbon one piece front end are both Motor City Solutions, and the carbon van-o hood is made by Schoneck. The Stroud window net is custom sized and really fits well. The Kirkey driver seat is mounted directly to the roll cage floor bars. The entire front subframe is removable to provide access to the engine.
March 14th, 2019 – I received another update from Racecraft. They have the motor plate done and have begun mounting the custom Forced Inductions turbos. If you look closely, you can see where the subframe disconnects from the car at the end of the frame rails and on the k-frame. You can see the elite x caster camber plates, bump steer kit, and the Menscer front struts in this photo.
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