The Plan

These are the planned final specs of the car.
✓= done


200ci 7 main I6
250 head w/ port divider
Offenhauser Tri-Power manifold
Clifford dual-exhaust header
1969 4-core radiator w/ electric fan
Dual roller timing chain
Clay Smith 274/274 108 LSA hydraulic cam
Early 170 adjustable rockers


Dynasty Green Metallic w/ white Shelby stripes
Shelby R-model fiberglass front apron w/o front bumper
Fiberglass deck lid and extensions w/ spoiler
✓Shelby hood scoop
✓Removed emblems and trim
✓Subframe connectors
Custom tail light panel

Transmission / Rear end:

T5 – 5 speed manual with overdrive
✓3:73 Limited-Slip 8.8


TCP tubular control arms w/ 1in. drop
✓Disk brakes
Rack and Pinion steering


TCP G-bar coilovers
✓Disk Brakes

Dynasty Green/White Pony Interior
Shelby R-model 6 gauge instrument cluster
Radio Delete
✓Heater Delete
✓Rear Seat Delete
✓Smoothed dash
✓Removed console
✓1966 inside handles

✓22 gallon fuel tank
Trunk-mounted battery


2 thoughts on “The Plan

  1. recomend early 144-170 adjustable rockers for valve train and metal rear firewall at rear seat to stop the flames longer from sliced fuel tank when some drunk hits you from rear. I keep thinking of a boxed steel frame around gas tank at floor level, but the factory Pinto kit worked ok on my Pinto when hit by one ton chevy truck HARD.

    • Will look up those rockers, thanks. There is going to be a firewall where the rear seat was. I’m looking into the tank armour kit for the gas tank, eventually the tank will be replaced with a fuel cell when I can afford it. Hope you came out of your Pinto alright!

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