No Assembly Line Here

Although Ford did not invent the automobile, or even the assembly line, he was the first guy to perfect the later for the purpose of building the former. And while that worked well for churning out Model-T's and deuce roadsters, we can't apply his methods here. For us, its back to those early days of doing things by hand. Kind of ironic.

Heidt's polished IFS with 12" disc brakes Currie 9-inch Ford type rearend

Up front we have a Heidt's polished IFS with 12" disc brakes, while in back we have Currie 9-inch Ford type rearend. Coilover shocks support both.

On the left is the computer module and actuator for the Mastershift paddle shifter set up (the cable extending out to the right will hook up to the transmission shifter). To the right of that is the brake master cylinder from Master Power Brakes. The unit uses a remote reservoir that will be mounted on the firewall.

Here's a look at the LS2 and the transmission ready for installation.

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