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71clone
1971 Cyclone Base
One of 411 base cars built in '71, found under a tarp (grill exposed) and $150 later I owned her. Was in very rough shape, now a driver. 351 M code, now 2v motor. 460 in future.  
CID:351  

67Comet
1967 Comet 202
Replaced the little 200 I6 for a 1977 302 Granada block, +.030, KB Pistons, Holley carb from a 1966 390GT motor, Edylborck Performer RPM intake, Heads from a 1968 351W w/port matching, Summitracing 3201 cam kit, Crane roller tip rockers, equilizer tube/h-pipe, and 2-1/2" Flowmaster 40 series mufflers. It ran the 1/4 with 2.79 gears and a beat up C-4, it's got 3.55's now, with a 4-speed toploader, should run a LOT better now, but no tracks near by.  
1/4 Mile:16.1 MPH:87 CID:302  

Biggiec1976
1962 Monterey S55
This was an origanl my aunt bought in 62, i had it brought down from Seattle to San Diego and you can see it on the 101 during the weekends. I have a new top, Disk Brakes and Billet rims on it now.  
CID:390  

GT390
1967 Cyclone GT
1967 Mercury Cyclone GT. Cinnomon Frost paint, 390 GT, 4-speed, front disc brakes. Very fun car to drive.  
CID:390  

AHSOM70
1967 Monterey Convertible
Top down cruisin' is what its all about!!! 140k Miles, No rust, Factory interior, rebuilt 390 & C6 Tranny. Plans are to hotrod it just a bit; Add some Polished aluminum goodies to the engine bay for shows, and Just drive it!!!  
CID:390 Rearwheel HP:275@0000 Torque:325@0000  

Japs
1969 Cougar
Mercury Cougar -69 with a tuned up 400 cid, about 300 hp  
CID:400 Rearwheel HP:300  

keylesschuck
1972 Montego MX
Picked up in Fresno, Ca for $400. Runs, now the subject of FordMuscle Project MX. We'll save it and make a dependable driver out of it with minimal investment.  
CID:351  

dude95307
1965 comet cyclone
my cool ride, and my frist car since 1980 while in the army  
CID:289  

fredsmailes
1964 Comet Caliente
SC 3.8 5speed, 9in rear 3.50s by sping 08. Interior is in transition from early 70's custom. Fresh base clear on exterior 03 body stock except rear wheel wells are front fender openings streched 3". Owned since 74, was originally 289 4gear car when I bought it. Put in a 71 351C 4speed and went drag racin through the 70's. Mini tubbed in 80 and was primarily prostreet till 85 stored it for a year, turned out to be 15 yrs! 00 pulled it out and it ran good as ever and in 02 decided to do it over again! So, here we are!  
CID:3.8 Rearwheel HP: 210@0000 Torque: 315@0000  

cyclonegt5
1966 Comet Cyclone GT. Convt
My 66 Comet Cyclone Gt. Convt. The car has given me and my friends alot of fun cruising on Saturday nights in Down town Atlanta. I don't abuse it to much. Got to much money in it to do that! Just a blast to drive and to show a car that you rarely see. I drove it to Charolett Motor speed way for the big car show and it was the only one! It drew a huge crowd with lots of questions. And lots of offers;))) I don't think I will be parting with it soon. Those are 17 inch billet custom Ordered wheels from Bozeman alloys. They really set the car off. 4 wheel disc. 30 gal fuel tank. Greg McCord  
CID:428 Rearwheel HP:485@5000 Torque:500@4200  
 


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