Releases Stage 2 Of Fox Body Ford Mustang Project

Posted by on March 2, 2013 - more
AM Fox

Our friends over at adopted a new project, a Fox Body Ford Mustang in desperate need of some tender love and care. The ragged top was fixed along with a few other things such as getting the body prepped for paint and making it more of a “looker” than what it was when it was picked up. The plan for this Fox is to turn it into the only 1993 SVT Cobra convertible in existence. For some reason, topless wasn’t an option for the ’93 snake-badged Fox as it was offered in coupe only.

This foxy lady was picked up by the right guys at the right time being in the hands of experts with a plethora of parts right at their finger tips. The folks over at AM just finished Stage 2 out of 3 with a few more cosmetic upgrades including a fresh new hue which is bound to turn a few heads.

For Stage 2 to be complete, the following modifications were installed to make this a whole new unrecognizable Fox Body. The bright orange paint was applied and after that, they decided to tackle some of the problems already plaguing the stang such as the ‘vert top, interior and dash, and weatherstripping the vehicle.

Other parts installed include some stock OE headlights keeping that factory clean yet simple Fox body look in the front. The wheels added are 10th Anniversary Cobra wheels, replaced both rear tail lights, added a Fox Body Cowl Vent Grille, replacement stainless steel wiper arms, lower trim windshield moldings, a shorty black 14-inch antenna, convertible power mirrors, and of course they replaced the old worn convertible top with the back glass. The whole top was replaced with the new black top, rear glass, top pads, top boot, top side cables, J-hook latch, latch alignment and pin guide kit. Also installed is a inner and outer door belt weatherstrip kit including the quarter window belt, door reveal molding extension kit, quarter window vertical weatherstrip kit, A-pillar post weatherstripping, convertible top header, top side rail and door end cap.

The interior was cleaned up with black restoration paint for the interior as well as installing new black floor carpeting. The arm rest pads by each window were replaced along with a brand new leather shifter boot. Last but not least, headlight switches with fog lights were added.

Watch out for Stage 3 when performance will be amped up to a whole ‘notha level!

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