Pulled the Thunderbird engine and transmission back out, and set them both in the corner of the garage... They wont be moving for a good long while.
My driveway has a hell of a slope, so I could think of no better way to get the Thunderbird to the bottom than letting it ride on my convertibles bumper
Worked out pretty well! PS: ignore the Chevy logo on the side
The 2.3 is fuel injected, and as such, I am going to need the computer, all wiring, and the six hundred different sensors hidden around the car. It it insane how much wiring there is in here.
This is all the wiring I think I need to run the engine. Its only about half of what I will need, the rest will go for lights, power seats and windows and such. YES! My 1970 is going to have power locks and 6 way power seats with lumbar support!
Another shot of the same wiring, hanging up with some of the body parts I took of the mustang
2004 Convertible - SOLD
1999 Coupe - SOLD
1966 Coupe - SOLD
1987 TurboCoupe - Cut in prices!
1970 Coupe - Soon to be 140 Turbo!
1984 El Camino Conquista - moving truck
2011 Convertible V6 Base
2012 Coupe GT Premium 5.0 Baby!