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  • Bringing a 95 Grand Am SE back to life

    So I joined here a couple years ago and kind of forgot, but I've got an old Grand Am I tore down and am now in the process of rebuilding.


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    Awesome! This would be a great place to document it.
    -Brad-
    89 Mustang : Future 60V6 Power
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      Originally posted by bszopi View Post
      Awesome! This would be a great place to document it.
      Thanks! I was wondering if there was a thread somewhere on here that explained the changes that happened on the 95 engines? I'm pretty sure I have the early design and want to make sure I have all of the correct parts for it.

      The body is in pretty good shape for being its age, and living in St. Louis that whole time too. I did have to cut the firewall out... I have another I cut out of a junkyard car that I need to weld in. The passenger side plate that holds the rack was all rusted out, a lot of the firewall was missing at the pinch weld. I'm guessing the cowl clogged up and water was getting trapped down there. Weird place to rust out to me.
      Last edited by manbearpig; 03-19-2020, 09:44 PM.

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        You might take a look at the family tree: http://www.60degreev6.com/vb5/60V6FamilyTree
        -Brad-
        89 Mustang : Future 60V6 Power
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        Follow the build -> http://www.3x00swap.com/index.php?page=mustang-blog

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