So this was back in February, but I don't think I'll have enough time to upload a good video today T_T
Anyways, this is my dad's pride and joy starting up. Just a paintjob, interiorwork and a cherrybomb and it's good to go!
someday I'll drive it......someday....
Gramps the 11 Second Car - Build Part 7
Part 7 of the Gramps Build!
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1972 Ford Maverick Grabber
1972 Ford Maverick Grabber, start up, idling, rev.. 306 cubic inch.
Headers, H-pipe, full 2-1/2" Exhaust
with Dynomax Ultra
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1080p with a Sony DSC-HX9V.
Ford Maverick Grabber 347 Part11
Finally got my tempary historical license plate before it gets the acual
historical plates. D-Day (drive day) after 25 years not on the road or a
1973 Maverick Grabber 332 Stroker first test drive
This is the first test drive of an 8 month build. It's a very clean 1973
Maverick Grabber that has been converted to a top loader 4 speed. The
engine is a 332 Scat Stroker, with Dart Aluminum heads, roller cam, MSD,
etc. During the build we also installed an SSBC 4 wheel disc brake
conversion. My wife was trying to film the "maiden voyage" and the
camcorder batteries went dead. She was relegated to the front porch using
the AC adapter. We will get it out on the road for more footage soon....
1972 Ford Maverick STK # 902 *SOLD*
The ultimate sleeper the 1972 Ford Maverick, this Maverick has a 302ci V8
under the grabber hood. Inside is a 3 speed manual transmission mated to
engine. An AM/FM/cassette radio, seatbelts and aftermarket custom rims with
radial raised white letter tires sets this Maverick apart from all the
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Maverick GT - v8 302 canadense - ( legitimo chassi Lb5e )
MAVERICK GT V8
CHASSI: LB5E ( LEGITIMO GT )
MOTOR: NOVO -- RETIFICADO 2013 -- MENOS DE 1000 KM RODADOS
PISTOES -- SPEED PRO -- FEDERAL MOGUL ( CERAMICA )
ANÉIS E BIELAS -- PERFECT CICLE ( NASCAR PERFORMANCE )
COMANDO DE VALVULAS - 280 COMP CAMS
MOLAS DUPLAS ESPECIAIS -- COMP CAMS
DISTRIBUIDOR HEI -- SEM BUBINA / SEM PLATINADO
RADIADOR DE ALUMINIO - GRIFFIN
CAPA SECA NOVA -- ORIGINAL
EMBREAGEM NOVA -- ORIGINAL
BALANÇA EMBREAGEM NOVA -- ORIGINAL
VARETA DE OLEO -- FORD RACING
CAMBIO 4 MARCHAS
CARDAN ORIGINAL 8 CC
DIFERENCIAL DANA 44 -- ORIGINAL 3:07
TANQUE DE COMBUSTIVEL -- 80 L -- PLASTICO -- COM CASH TANQUE INTERNO
PRÉ CORTE -- ODG 3 STEP
PNEUS DIANTEIROS -- FIRESTONE - TRASEIROS - HANKOOK
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1973 Ford Mustang with mild 250 I6
'73 Mustang with rebuilt
250, "big brother" to the Ford 200-6. First start in about a month. Was
about fifty degrees.
This pony car's engine had a few goodies added when it was rebuilt by my
friend a few years back. He added a hotter ( just by a bit ) cam, headers,
and a free flowing Exhaust. What is
unusual about this engine, is that the intake runners are part of the
cylinder head, making the addition of an aftermarket intake and carb
difficult. It can be done, but you'd have to invest in a different head.
That was the original plan with this build, but funds ran out, so its
enlisted in daily driver duty right now.
The car also has a semi-restored interior and some other additions to the
engine bay and suspension that I'm forgetting. Maybe I'll make an actual
introduction to this car when the weather gets a little nicer?