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Welcome to my little bit of nothing!

This page is under construction!

Some day it will have pictures of my 79 Ford Fairmont station wagon, (Hey, look! It does!!) my 87 Honda VFR 700 (sort of!), other car and motorcycle stuff, and maybe some personal things. Not that there's any reason you would care.

My 1979 Ford Fairmont station wagon:

It's fortified with an 86 Mustang 5.0 block, ported '68 302 4V heads (C80E-F) with 351W valves, roller tip rockers, Edelbrock Performer 289 intake, Road Demon 625 carb, shorty headers, 2.25" H-pipe, cats and 2000 GT cat-back, Motorsport T5-X transmission, Hurst shifter, steel flywheel, Motorsport King Cobra clutch, 8.8" rear with 3.73s and posi, Crane HI-6 and PS-92 coil, MSD wires, Koni shocks and struts, Steeda lower rear control arms, Motorsport uppers, 88 Mustang GT swaybars, steering rack, steering pump and seats, 86 Mustang dash (soon to be filled with Autometers) and console.

More of the Draggin' Wagon:

The car was originally equipped with a 302 2V, C4, red vinyl interior with bucket seats and floor shift. It came with the exterior decor group, rear defroster, front vent windows, PS, PB, and A/C.

The interior is gray now. I used an LTD wagon rear seat and cargo area trim, originally light blue/gray, dyed charcoal. I installed the doors off the same LTD, which got rid of my stock vent windows. I'm using the LTD tailgate too, which has an improved latch. I should be done with body and paint by the end of August. (note added 10/9: yeah, right!) I'm taking off those side moldings!

I just installed 1994 Mustang GT front spindles and brakes! Fairmont wagons have 10" rear brakes, not 9" like Mustangs, so I'm using wider (by 3/4") 10" Ranger drums. And now it has 16x7.5 1995 Mustang GT wheels and 245/50/16 Kumho tires. I hope to get new pics up soon. Had to roll the fender lips to clear the tires. I've got a spare pair of wheels to mount drag radials on. I'll need those quad shocks I'm adding too!

My 87 Honda VFR700F2 is For Sale :(

Dammit, the picture isn't working. Well, I never claimed to be a webmaster. I'll have to mess with it later.

OK, here's a link to picture of me with the VFR. Please cut and paste.

It is stock except the Fox shock, Corbin seat, Hella horns, and Bikemaster mirrors. The bike has about 40000 miles. It's been "in the family" since 1995 @ 18000 miles.