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(this is not a place for lazy video game freaks. We Darksiders have been around doing our thing for decades before the mindless couch blobs latched onto the term Darksider)

DARKSIDER In the world of automotive hobbyists a Darksider is one who modifies and or customizes any and all sorts of vehicles. The Darksiders are in a class of their own simply because they endeavor to be different and do things that others would not attempt for a number of reasons mostly being related to a lack of ability and fear of non conformity.

This is a forum for people who think outside the box in everything they do. It doesn’t matter if you are modifying or building from scratch. It doesn’t matter what brand or brands of vehicles or components you are using. It doesn’t matter if you are working on a mini car or a bus.

We will not be asking you for donations or any kind of monetary payments. We will be asking for help in terms moderators and encouraging you to spread the word and add to our membership.

Darksider's Realm

A message board & forum for automotive builders, fabricators and customizers who think outside the box.

    Aftermarket Mustang frames


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    Post  rerod8 on Sun Jan 01, 2012 12:34 am

    I have a 68 Mustang coupe which I want to upgrade for handling and braking. There are several companies who manufacture chassis for these unibody cars. Has any one used one of these chassis and what are the pros and cons. Also has anyone upgraded the exsisting car so a late model twin cam Ford engine can be installed. I am getting ready to start the project and I am looking for information so that I can do it once and do it right. I am interested in the most bang for the buck.

    Thanks for any information.

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