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Hot Red Wagon. "On September 9, 2000, they took delivery of the vehicle after paying $1 to Ford along with $800 for shipping (not a bad deal at all)."
The stock 3.0-liter V-6 was bolted up to a custom header, which was treated to special silver hi-temp heat paint, applied by Relaxed Customs. Attached to the header is a stainless steel Borla catback exhaust system, which was installed along with a Jet Performance computer chip to help whip up some additional ponies. To guide incoming air, Relaxed Customs fabricated a custom intake that sports a K&N air filter, while under the hood they also added a set of Nology Hot wires and performance plugs to help increase spark. You will find that the engine is dressed up with many polished and painted goods from Gene Palma of Autobahn Wholesale, Inc., as well as a polished alternator and motor mounts from The Polishing Shop in Newbury Park, California.
Have you all seen this before? Please don't hate me if this is a repost.
Full article here from Lowrider Magazine.