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Old 11-21-2006, 08:55 AM   #36
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Rob, these are the pics I have...





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Rob, I have been checking on this thread daily! I always wanted to do a V8 Fairmont! I am looking forward to seeing the final outcome!
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Couldnt get a good pic at any angle,maybe cuz the car is just ugly...
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Nice hoodscoop blackout.

We need to get that friggin front end sheetmetal all rigged up.
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Nice hoodscoop blackout.

We need to get that friggin front end sheetmetal all rigged up.
Its gonna take quite a few 38 packs of Mich light

That POS heavy ass 460 has to go also.
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Hey fellas, I'll ask here because Im not sure.. How close is a 78 Mercury Monarch to the Fairmont. Since is a 78 I assume its not built on the fox chassis like the Fairmonts are. I know where a CHERRY little Monarch is.. Just needs a little clean up and the stock hub caps back on. 302 auto Blue int, bench seat. I would LOVE to have it..
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Hey fellas, I'll ask here because Im not sure.. How close is a 78 Mercury Monarch to the Fairmont. Since is a 78 I assume its not built on the fox chassis like the Fairmonts are. I know where a CHERRY little Monarch is.. Just needs a little clean up and the stock hub caps back on. 302 auto Blue int, bench seat. I would LOVE to have it..

No, it very similar to the Maverick.Growing up a guy near me had a Monarch GS with a 351 3+1 stick on the floor and 4 wheel disc brakes all factory original.
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I could be wrong, but I think the Monarch/Granada were built on an entirely different floor pan ---- don't know if stuff is directly transferable like it is between a Fairmont and a Fox Stang -- both Fox-chassis based. I also think the Monarch and Granada were notably heavier than the fox-based vehicles.
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Nice cars here Guys .......wish I had kept my Mom's 79 4-door with vinyl top, ultimate sleeper potential.
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Couldnt get a good pic at any angle,maybe cuz the car is just ugly...
LMAO i was wondering where the draggon wagon went..
if it's the one i am thinking it is, i wish they hadn't sold it..
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LMAO i was wondering where the draggon wagon went..
if it's the one i am thinking it is, i wish they hadn't sold it..
It came outa Mass.Has a FMS 8.8 rear in it,Chicken Racing decal on the rear window?
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It came outa Mass.Has a FMS 8.8 rear in it,Chicken Racing decal on the rear window?
yup i definatly know that car..
took some nice pics of it, painting the roads
still have the milk crates in it?
if i remember right it's got a C-6 for a tranny?
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Just edit and paste in the url as part of your previous post Joe -- we can always click to it...

And Ken -- the Futura looks wicked; would love to see underhood/interior/underside shots. Although, I must say, in the Screaming Yellow, it's a little tougher to get by with the 'Sleeper' tag! To completely lay claim perhaps white, or even Volvo 'beige' would be better.

Me and my brother's 'sleepers'.....both 5.0L powered....

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The Volvo is really a sleeper! At one time mine was too. Now it looks faster than it is (probably 14.7s). I have a 408 stroker in the works but until then the stock 5.0 will have to get me to work every day. At one time the Fairmont was white with the 5.0 and 215/65/15 tires. The interior shot had a clutch pedal but the AOD was still in it. Now I row six gears which is much more fun to drive. [IMG][/IMG]
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Here's an engine shot of the 84 LTD wagon I used to have


Here's the car

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I love the Fox wagons. That LTD is awesome. Most folks don't know how cool the Fox bodied cars really are!
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This thread is awesome..... keep postin!
Here's a pic of mine when I first got it....
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Several years ago I sold my 78 Futura to a guy locally (NW chicago area.) He then sold it on ebay about a year ago. It was a red 78 Futura, completely restored interior that was gray, it had an 86 Mustang dash and wiring harness in the car, had an 8.8, all the torque boxes weldedup, manual steering, etc. Had Javelin wheels on it. I know it went to the east coast. This car was damn near spotless, paint was faded. Just curious to see if anybody on here has the car. Id be curious to see how it progressed. I am currently building another 78, however this one is the 2 door sedan a box on wheels. I can not wait til its completed, its completely ridiculous.
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Well guys the wagon project is scratched ,sorta .Gonna be a parts car.
Because I bought a better oine!!!!!!!!!!!!!

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...B:EOIBSA:MT:11
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yup i definatly know that car..
took some nice pics of it, painting the roads
still have the milk crates in it?
if i remember right it's got a C-6 for a tranny?
Has what looks to be 74-78 Mustang II seats
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Sounds like you're having fun with it Ken --- keep us posted as the 408 comes along. Do you have to cowl the hood for the 9.5" deck motor to clear? Are you planning on any uni-body reinforcement (cage, for example) when you put the 'torquer' in there?
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Well guys the wagon project is scratched ,sorta .Gonna be a parts car.
Because I bought a better oine!!!!!!!!!!!!!

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...B:EOIBSA:MT:11
i just saw that on ebay yesterday, looks pretty clean. there is a baby blue 79 zeph wagon running around here i've been trying to buy.
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Another pic sorry to be a post whore[IMG][/IMG]
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What is your combo ?
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What is your combo ?
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and did you add the cowl scoop or buy a cowl hood?
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stock short block trickflow stage 1 cam air gap intake quick fuel carb 175 shot t5 3.73 grenatelli adj uppers double adj lowers et streets dump clutch at4500 on the gas shift at 6000 oh and stock e7 will be putting TFS heads on this winter I have been thrown out of our local track for running to fast with out a cage coming this winter
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wow, never expected this much interest in fairmonts and other foxes.

i should be starting in a week or two. i'll document everthing so others who have not done this swap will get a idea of how its done.

i'm transferring my tubular k member, motor, trans, sc, fi, rear, etc to the fairmont. haven't decided if i will be doing the stang dash, but i may after seeing Ken's dash.

i'll either find some web space or show the build up here.

except for little cam and the supercharger whine it's gonna be fun having a 10 second sleeper!
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stock short block trickflow stage 1 cam air gap intake quick fuel carb 175 shot t5 3.73 grenatelli adj uppers double adj lowers et streets dump clutch at4500 on the gas shift at 6000 oh and stock e7 will be putting TFS heads on this winter I have been thrown out of our local track for running to fast with out a cage coming this winter
what does it run on motor only? the engine i'm building is very close to yours except i have 70 351 heads and no gas
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wow, never expected this much interest in fairmonts and other foxes.

i should be starting in a week or two. i'll document everthing so others who have not done this swap will get a idea of how its done.

i'm transferring my tubular k member, motor, trans, sc, fi, rear, etc to the fairmont. haven't decided if i will be doing the stang dash, but i may after seeing Ken's dash.

i'll either find some web space or show the build up here.

except for little cam and the supercharger whine it's gonna be fun having a 10 second sleeper!

can't wait to see the build pics

to bad there are no good fairmont forums for us
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Mine should be done late spring early summer.
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it was a stock hood i bought the cowl from goodmarc ind all steel and welded it on i had to form the front it took a while but man was it worth it
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dig my interior? it has new covers on the seats. i'm trying to decide if i should leave the bench or swap a set of buckets into it. i'll be running a 5 speed
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last time out it went 8.26 at 83.15mph with a 1.74 60 my car weights 3450
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I only run t5 in all my cars i dont like autos
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How about some interior pics
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Emerald, where did you get the seat cover from, and was it hard to put on?
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