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Old 10-25-2012, 05:25 PM
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Porsche Speedster replica project

Hi everyone,
I am presently building a Porsche Speedster kit with a full tube frame. I would like to install a Mustang II suspension kit from a couple of the popular kits on the market. I am interested in either the Fatman Fabrication kit or the Art Morrison Mustang II setup. I would appreciate any input in your experiences with either kits. I can weld and so installation is not a problem. Thanks.

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Personally I am partial to Art Morrison in regards to the quality of product that they produce..

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Hi Sam,
Thanks for the reply. I was just browsing through their website and I do see what you mean. Their products look like quality level and their prices are reasonable. I know that there are many other rodders that have installed their IFS units in unusual projects so I will contact Art Morrison with the specifics of my project. The simplicity of a Mustang II IFS system is what sold me to install one in my project. Thanks again.

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X200000 on the Art Morrison stuff, they make VERY high quality parts and chassis.
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Thanks for the reply. It sounds like Art Morrison is the choice.
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