many thanks j
July 20, 2013
December 29, 2010
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to chat, Greg
July 7, 2010
Kind Regards Clint
July 7, 2010
Great site and amazing photos. It was really great seeing it being built. Your attention to detail is really amazing and you have done a fabulous job.
Tom (the ex-neighbor)
May 2, 2010
November 26, 2009
The thinner removes the oils and silicon, and the Simple Green removes the organic compounds.
The finish is holding up extremely well. Be sure to use at least 3 coats and don't splash any solvents on it.
August 14, 2009
August 14, 2009
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May 7, 2009
I'm building a ac Cobra replica myself, but it's not bought from a company. I used a form that's made of a real -66 Cobra and made the shell in fibreglass myself.
I have now, in a week or two, made the frame drawings from pictures of different companys frames.
My intentions are to take the Ac Cobra S/C 1966 into the 21:st century. I'v bought a brand new 1998 Mustang Cobra DOHC 32V engine, 100% complete from air filter to the exaust system. It also includes a T-45 5 speed manual gearbox, and a 8,8" axle. I will mount the rear axle in Art Morrisons Triangulated 4 bar system and in front Art Morrisons Mustang II front.
I will use the ABS function and are thinking of trying to also build in a anti spinn function.
Thank's again for all the nice pic's You have on Your site, it's really inspirational.
Best regards Shelby Micke
December 27, 2008
April 29, 2008
Best of luck with your Cobra. Hopefully, I will be so lucky to build one this nice!
March 15, 2008
December 18, 2007
The stock Mustang has a 1.25" top radiator hose and a 1.5" lower radiator hose. I installed a 4-core radiator and all the hoses are upgraded to 1.75", top/bottom. I have run the car in 100 degree weather on long trips in city/highway traffic with the AC running and have NEVER had the temp go over 200 deg with a 195 deg thermostat installed. The only reason it went to 200 deg is because that's where I have the thermostat set on the electric fan. So I suppose cavitation is not a problem or at least has no adverse affect on engine cooling if it's present.
October 28, 2007
Take care, John OH
August 28, 2007
Great job, congratulations
June 14, 2007
Paul ( upretirmentman )
May 21, 2007
Would it be possible to get your e-mail address, I have a few questions. E-mail me if you can, thanks.
March 2, 2007
January 28, 2007
Thanks so much for updating us on your carpet installation! I saved all the photos for future reference on my Cobra Simulator. You make it look so easy too! Looking forward to the door panels, etc! It looks very nice. Good Job!
December 13, 2006
How are you doing installing the carpets? When can we expect to see the photos? We all are looking forward to your progress!
December 6, 2006
I'm using a 7 year old Sony DSC-S70 3 mega pixel digital camera. It has an amazing macro zoom mode. All of the photos maintain the "full size" as original if you select view full size photo. You can save the photos directly from the site. Thanks for the complement!
November 8, 2006