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That has to be one of the best looking interiors I have seen! Very cool!
Thanks. Actually it's almost exactly the same as stock except for the black leather inserts on the front seats. Last week I installed a pair of stainless steel door sill plates with a Ford logo that I found for next to nothing at a junkyard. Take a look:
Hey man, I have 94 GT and noticed in your mod list that you ported your heads and intake by yourself (DIY). How did you do this? I inquire b/c it only cost you $18 and I recently purchased a 65mm TB and I want it to match with the 60mm stock intake. Any info/help would be greatly appreciated, thanks .
The site http://www.diyporting.com was very helpful and I followed their guides to intake and head porting. The $18 was the cost of the stones that I used for the port jobs. There was no additional cost because at the time, I had a blown head gasket (stuck thermostat was the cause) and the heads had to come off anyway. I just took advantage of the opportunity to port the heads/intake while they were off so I could gain some performance, and it turned out to be a very good decision.
I also matched the opening of the upper manifold to my 75mm TB. The stock upper manifold opening is ~68mm IIRC.
yo dude how much did u lose from your pockets with those black leather seat inserts....those are bad ass....i left my top down one day and some little kid ripped it at 7/11...so i need some new leather got a quote?
I had mine done locally here in the UAE for peanuts. That's the advantage of having cheap labor.
If you find real leather to be too expensive, you could go for cheaper imitation leather. It'll still look great and only a discerning eye will notice the difference.