Headers and exhaust are done besides some heat proofing
The 5.0L Coyote crate engine waiting to be wired and plumbed!
Back from the body shop! Rust free, custom fenders, filled seams and shaved trim.
Custom steel front fender flares
Custom steel rear fender flares
The ProMaster towing the Bronco back to the Hellwig factory from the body shop
Custom fenders and lots of rust replacement is on the home stretch
Front radius arms good, measuring for coilover mounts
Need some fender work to fit 37s...
Steering all installed
Rear 4 link with prototype sway bar and Currie axles
PSC hydro assist installed
Currie Enterprises fabricated 9" installed, now working on steering
T-case mount under 6r80 and Atlas T-Case
4 link, measuring for coilovers
Flexed and turning, needs fender trimming
They fit at droop going straight...
The 5.0L Coyote is in it's home
Checking inner fender clearances
The 5.0L Coyote is in it's home after some inner fender trimming
Inner fender trimming to fit the Coyote motor
Finishing drivetrain frame mounts
Coyote engine mounts ion the Art Morrison frame
Coyote engine mounts on the Art Morrison frame
Transmission cross member and skid plate on the Art Morrison frame
The rear coilover mounts and crossmember on the Art Morrison frame
The front coilover mounts on the Art Morrison frame
Custom Art Morrison Frame arrived
Currie Enterprises fabricated 9"
The Ford Racing 5.0L Coyote crate motor
The body we planned on reusing, in the end most of it was replaced in rust repair but some still remains
The frame and drivetrain, none of this will be reused
Removing the body
Interior and fenders gone
Removing the interior
Before it gets torn apart
How we bought it before any modifications
Had seen better days
The original 289, it kinda ran...