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post #1 of 4 Old 02-21-2003, 03:43 PM Thread Starter
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My introduction...

Well, ive been posting some here today, ill guess ill give my introduction..

Im from Tower MN, but am studying mechanical engineering at MTU in houghton MI. I currently dont own a jeep, but Am looking into getting a newer TJ as a DD.

My toys are a 70' FJ-40, stock with 33's, sorry no pics.
A 89 SSV mustang, a 89 F-150, and a BroncoII with a 302...

Here are some pics.. all my rigs are ugly, but what offraod beater isnt



89 SSV mustang, 4.10's, mac equal length, O/R H-pipe, pullies, short belt.

89 F-150 359W, 600 holley, headman, ported heads, T-18, Ford 9", spool, 5" lift, 35" bfg KM MT

84 broncoII 302, 600 holley, 484"cam, jacobs, ladder bars, fender exits.
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post #2 of 4 Old 02-22-2003, 01:16 PM
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Auhhh, another mustang owner (soon to also be jeep owner) there are several of us on the board. I have my 93XJ a 88gt mustang (with 93gt drivetrain/ suspension) and a 96 GMC daily driver.

What is a SSV mustang?

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post #3 of 4 Old 02-22-2003, 01:47 PM
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Yeah, I got 'em too: '66 Mustang coupe, '02 Jeep TJ. The best of both the on and off road worlds. P.S: Welcome to the forum Jrod-13

2002 TJ SE
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post #4 of 4 Old 02-22-2003, 04:24 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks for the Welcome guys. The SSV stands for special service vehicle. My mustang was one of 20 built for the Minnesota state patrol. So it was an under cover cop car. They used the same motors, but had some nice interior upgrades, and coolers for everything.

89 SSV mustang, 4.10's, mac equal length, O/R H-pipe, pullies, short belt.

89 F-150 359W, 600 holley, headman, ported heads, T-18, Ford 9", spool, 5" lift, 35" bfg KM MT

84 broncoII 302, 600 holley, 484"cam, jacobs, ladder bars, fender exits.
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