Dodge Viper V10 in a Ford Maverick Build Video 5 - Old Roll Cage Removal

http://jemfx.com/ http://bangshift.com/ In build video 5, I show a quick fix I made to better support the fuel tank plus Elia and Omar put a hurting on me about the roll cage in the car. Thanks for watching and don't forget to subscribe and share these videos!

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Viper Maverick with Fire Canons and Ground Fog
This is a very quick video featuring the 1970 Ford Maverick that I stuffed a Viper V10 engine into but never was able to finish. My boss at the time and owner of Jem FX let me bring it in to the shop and have some fun with a few of the pyro canons and low ground fog machines for a promotional video and training for my friend Cam...it was good times. Check out the shops website at: http://jemfx.com/





Dodge Viper V10 in a Ford Maverick Build Video 4 - Loss of a Friend and Moving Time Again
http://jemfx.com/ This is video 4 of the FORDGE MAVERICK build up. Things are getting very interesting at this point...check out the video for the details and don't forget to subscribe to stay up to date with this project! Thanks for watching, Jason Music by the Foo Fighters





Coil Over Rear Suspension for Vintage Mustangs! Total Control Products 4 Bar System for the 71-73
http://www.totalcontrolproducts.com/gBar.html Here is the latest on the 1973 Mustang Coupe "Large Marge" in the Autoedit garage! In this episode we find out that the g-Link Canted-4-Bar Suspension System from Total Control Products for the 1964-1970 Mustang will work on the 71-73 models (without staggered shocks) using a small adapter. I'll show you the complete installation including highlights of the individual parts and the welding of the upper suspension mounts onto the stock 9" Ford rear end housing using a "jig" provided from Chris Alston's Chassiworks that made it flat out easy...all the way to the final install of the axle housing under the vehicle. Next up is to find a good posi-traction rear center section, axles and brakes...then it'll be time to set this thing on the ground and dial in the stance! Thanks for watching, Jason




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