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    thats fucking kool as shit!
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    that is one beautiful lincoln. you did an awsome job man!

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    not my style, but damn.........that's awesome work!!!!!!



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    looks great mang glad to see your finally finished

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    I usually don't dig the hydraulic thing but man...that is fucking amazing. Is there a Panther of the decade award?

    I want a Mark VI more and more....the mk V is my all time favorite car but the VI is definitely growing on me.



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    Crazy articulation!
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    Good lookin' car. Not crazy about the whole lowrider thing but very impressive work. Does it jump too?



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    Very Kool! However, with that beefed up suspension, you could make ONE HELL of a corner carving car with a few suspension tweaks and piss off people at the track.
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    thanks for the good feed back guys. thats all i really ask, you dont have to like it, just respect the work. so thanks alot!
    i dont think she would do well on the track. she tips the scale at 5540 from its stock 4100 now.
    it will hop, but for the time being im digging running the stock coils on the front with a few turns cut off. but soon ill put the 4.5 ton coils in, hook up my hop switch and get it on the bumper.

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    I love it. The second to last pic especially.

    What is the cable that hangs out the trunk?
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    Must get fantastic mileage with the extra 1500 pounds



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    I Love those cars!

    I will own one someday.

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    Well done mang!! Did the frame have any serious rust issues before you painted it?
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    not exactly my style, but that is FREAKING AWESOME!
    could you maybe post a vid? it would be sweet to see it in action
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    Lowriders arent my style, but I admire the craftsmanship and effort that goes into them
    Awesome work!

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    Yeah, I'm not really a fan of the hydraulics, but you've done exceptionally good work, and the car looks gorgeous. I'd also agree with Chris that a lesson or two could be taken from this project on general frame stiffening for handling. Much of the increased weight could undoubtedly be made up with reduction in other areas, and if one were to start with a Crown Vic or Grand Marquis, it would be lighter to begin with.

    Again, excellent work, and beautiful car! Well done!

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    Definitely a future POTM here
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    thanks for all the great comments guys. i will be making some videos of her in the swing of things once i get some new pump motors.
    o- and POTM would be sweeeeeet

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