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77 Cobra II Blown Alcohol

Sorry guys for posting this twice but it appears that I did not post this in the correct section. I am new to posting on a forum and apologies if this is still not the correct place.

This is my 77 Cobra II that I have been working on for many many years. (10+) I finally got to move it under it owns power on Saturday. I did chassis work for Pat Paul's pulling trucks and he built the motor and another friend sprayed the paint and graphics. All the chassis, body mods and motor drive accessories were done at home.

77 Cobra II
A460 block and heads
1071 Blown Alcohol
Crower Clutch
Lenco
Home built 9" sheet metal rear
Tube chassis strut front 4 link rear

Thanks,
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nice, welcome! looks mean as hell- can go in "car build up forum" also---

Getting back on the streets real soon

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that is one EXTREME Mustang II very nice!
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Wow, sweet ride!!! Looks like you have been busy, there is a lot of work to building from the ground up. Nice work!!

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Wow, baddest MII I've ever seen!
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That's a Bad *** looking ride,it should fly when you get it to the track.

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Holy crap that thing is awesome my 76 cobra two at the top page is jealous now . I had mine a while also since 94 and will always keep it.

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Damn that is one bad mofo....thanks for a new wallpaper!

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beautiful car, love that motor !
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I'm glad to see other Mustang II out there. Here our 77 Mustang II. There not as ugly as people think if they are built right. They are ugly from the Factory





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Sorry guys for posting this twice but it appears that I did not post this in the correct section. I am new to posting on a forum and apologies if this is still not the correct place.

This is my 77 Cobra II that I have been working on for many many years. (10+) I finally got to move it under it owns power on Saturday. I did chassis work for Pat Paul's pulling trucks and he built the motor and another friend sprayed the paint and graphics. All the chassis, body mods and motor drive accessories were done at home.

77 Cobra II
A460 block and heads
1071 Blown Alcohol
Crower Clutch
Lenco
Home built 9" sheet metal rear
Tube chassis strut front 4 link rear

Thanks,
Chuck






HOLY COW !!!! Dat a bad mo fo !!!! I've never seen a pro mod II before. I like it !!!!

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DAMM Chuck, that is one bad mofo, and best of all, it's different. Should really haul the mail, and hopefully not a handful to drive.
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77 Cobra II

Thanks for the kind feedback. I am going take 70bbftorino advice and create a new post with some more pictures in the section "car buildup forum" in the next day or so.
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Badass ride. Very cool!!

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Beautiful car

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