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I currently have a 1995 (pictured above) and a 1994. I have not done much with the 94 yet but the 95 has all ready had a lot of changes.
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Picked it up for $4,000 out of California. Zero rust and had not seen the road for a while due to it not being able to pass the smog tests. Previous owner had put GT40 heads on it himself, shift kit in the E40D, K&N intake, JBA shorty headers, a leveling kit, new stereo, bilsten shocks, and new body mounts.
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Ended up crashing it while driving up to Northern Idaho during a snow storm on the i70. Still beating myself up for that one
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Ended up getting everything I needed at a junkyard for $150 bucks!
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Then long story short I went all out with this thing and decided to redo the motor as well.
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"New" parts on with some little upgrades
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Then I started going through the interior. I have a ton of pictures but it would be way to big to put all of them in. As of now the interior has almost been completely overhauled, it has a cammed 357 under the hood (created from f-250, LX mustang, explorer, and bronco part combos) and it is currently awaiting paint and a lift kit.
 

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Thanks mattmann your comment is much appreciated! Still have a ways to go w/ interior, but have gotten started... Here are a couple shots of door panel conversion--to standard door locks. I had major issues with the original sliding locks & finally decided to replace them altogether w/ old school 'up n' down' manual locks.
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Relaced various knobs, accessories, etc. w/ polished aluminum (Billet Specialties). Standard OEM style panels (Coverlay)

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Had to retire my dim & intermittent/unreliable orig cluster, gear indicator, etc. and went analog/digital combo (Dakota parts) w/ brighter LED backlighting.
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86 Eddie Bauer edition, 302 speed density, AOD, 4” pro comp lift- 33” tires
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Just picked up my 86 Eddie Bauer today, has a stock 302 with some equal length shorty headers, AOD trans, manual TC and hubs, 4” procomp lift with extended radius arms sitting on 33’s
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Now my 77 f250 has a friend!
 
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