Everyone knows the Cobra, and loves it. They see the coupes and love them too. A spyder here and there. But introduce a whole new wild mid-engined beast...with stance like THAT.... ooohhhhhh, now we're talkin sexy with 4 wheels.
Nice job David!!
2002 Mustang GT. Oxford White, Cobra R wheels black/polished lip, 275/40R17's, SLP exhaust, Steeda short-throw 5-spd, and special driver mod :D
I feel safe when I'm on the racetrack, I really do. I know that I'm surrounded by the best drivers in the world. That's something you can't say when you're driving down the interstate. - Sterling Marlin
Thanks All, this is really cool! Thanks Bill, really honored to be Dec POM!! Really appreciate that very much..
This has been the most challenging project I have ever tackled. Overall, the kit is a great piece. I really wanted to really do a nice job, and the GTM really calls for a high level of detail in order for the build to live up to the design and potential of the car.
Getting the car done in time for Knotts, the SEMA show, and the HP/Intel World Wide Tour wouldnt have happened without the help of Dan Pellow, Russ Thompson, Tracy Work and my little brother Tim Mulholland... and most importantly, the support of my wonderful wife Mary who lets me tackle these crazy projects! Im truly a blessed to have such a wonderful wife and such great friends. Its really been a wonderful year from that perspective.
Here's a couple pics from the other events I mentioned.
You are really talented and have such "stick-to-it" capacity; we are amazed at what you have done. The GTM makes the roadster look like a toy in complexity; at least an "order of magnitude" more difficult.
FFR 3378 - 503 BB, $old and missed
RCR GT40 - 1051P clone, $old
FFR 7991 - becoming a 289 FIA with a Mr. Bruce body, 331, dual quads, T-5, IRS, Trigo pin drive wheels, and Goodyear billboards http://www.bills289fia.com
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