Mr H. Ford
This is the history of my hobby.
I was working as an apprentice mechanic back in 1983 when I decided to put a 351 Cleveland in a 1981 Ford Escort body. I priced a roll cage and realised I could make one for less. I built a 2" x 3" frame, added a Mustang II front clip and hung the 8" rear. Over the years I changed the engine / trans combo a few times.
In 1984 a friend approached me and asked for a cage in his Dart, that became a 14 pt cage and a complete frame from the torsion bars rearward.
He was so impessed I later did an 85 Mustang GT for
him with a 6 pt.and my style of "REAL" frame connectors,
then an 81 Z28 6pt and REAL frame connectors.
His next car was a 1970 Z28 which required a rear quarter to be removed the rear frame pulled, the trunk floor was staightened and the new quarter panel installed along with a 6pt and frame connectors.
I have specialized in Mustang (Fox) and Camaros. I have perfected my swing out door bars along with optimum placement. I have engineered in energy absorbtion and anti-intrusion features for maximun street safety.
Later I went on to axle narrowing and supplying "Strange" axles, U.S. Gears, AVO coil overs/spring and 4 link/ladder systems.
|1985 Pontiac Gran Prix 350 SBC TH350 5.43 9"
MFC installed 10 pt cage, rear frame kit, narrowed 9" housing, AVO coil-overs, strange axles & spool, Bears ladder bars
1976 Chev Laguna S3
350 SBC TH350
MFC installed 6 pt rollbar, wheel tubs & trunk floors
|My wife's 86 Mustang 4 pt bar and frame connectors|
|Mikes 84 1/2 Mustang GT 4 pt rollbar and frame connectors|
|85 Mustang GT 6 pt rollbar and frame connectors|
|Our frame connectors support the floor where the competitors budget connectors rely on the floor to support them|
|We installed a complete overhaul kit in Nathen's TopLoader 4 speed.|