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High School Hot Rod

Readers share the story and photo of their muscle Mustangs and fast Fords. Zane Neumar and his 1991 Mustang LX coupe.

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1984 Aero Trans-Am. I built the 305 in it. Pulled the block and had all new Forged Steel Crank and Manly Rods and Pistons in it. 480 lift Comp Cam valve train with World Product Cast Iron 58cc heads. Dual Friction clutch and a T-5 World Class Five Speed. The rear I had built with Richmond Gear 3.73 gears. MSD box, 160 thermostat, and a Holley Carb. The car had 5.0 Liter on it so I kept it the original 305. Loved that car.
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My high school hot rod? Shoe leather. Didn't have a car until out of high school.
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I know there are several of us that visit here regularly that still have their high school cars. Here's mine, and the picture happens to have been take by my high school earlier this year. It had been close to 30 years since I had it there.

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1984 Aero Trans-Am. I built the 305 in it. Pulled the block and had all new Forged Steel Crank and Manly Rods and Pistons in it. 480 lift Comp Cam valve train with World Product Cast Iron 58cc heads. Dual Friction clutch and a T-5 World Class Five Speed. The rear I had built with Richmond Gear 3.73 gears. MSD box, 160 thermostat, and a Holley Carb. The car had 5.0 Liter on it so I kept it the original 305. Loved that car.
I'd give anything to have my 84 Aero Trans-Am back.
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