So about 3 weeks ago I sold my 2007 GT and I was sad to see it go but it was in order to move onto a project, something me and my dad could handle and something that wasn't a complete pile. The body is rust free and the paint looks newish but it has some imperfections and chips. The spot around the top of the side windows is good except on the passenger side, it looks like they damaged it a little while removing the original trim.
The car was originally a 302 car with a 3spd manual and factory air conditioning.
Now it's got a 351W with an edelbrock performer rpm top end kit with a cam, longtubes and a holley carb (unknown cfm at the moment). The transmission is an FMX 3spd, the guy said it had a 3000 stall converter in it but when i drove it I couldn't tell too much. Manual drum brakes on all four corners with manual steering, I drove it home about 70 miles and it was an experience I'll tell you that.
The gas gauge and speedometer doesn't work or the dummy oil gauge, blinkers don't work, a/c was never put back in and the heater is gone, no radio but the factory radio was in the trunk laying around. The seat belts need to be put in and the wiring harness is a hack job. She's definitely a project. I'll grab more pictures.
Things to do:
Painless wiring harness to replace the hacked factory one
Convert drums to four wheel assisted disks
Convert auto back to manual with a TKO trans
Resolve gauge issues
Get turn signals working
Install factory type a/c replacement
Replace radiator and hoses
Convert to power steering
AAW Update wiring harness
Recored the radiator and replaced hoses with concourse correct ones
Replaced damaged intake manifold
Replaced valve covers and air cleaner
Replaced entire gauge set
Replaced door lock rods, handle/tumbler/door strike plate/ door sill plates
Added 3 point seat belts to front buckets and rear bench seat
Replaced all lights on the car
Rebuilt the FMX transmission and put in a 2200 stall converter
Replaced shock tower tops and xport brace.
Installed kickdown rod setup
Replaced front bumper and support brackets.