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well there you go! I'd fix 'er up and put it on the 351
We got the Bobcat sorted out today. I know it's not a Mustang but I'm posting about it anyway. You all may know we have had quite the saga. It had...
hey I have one of those!!!
I can't tell you how many people ask me if my 67 Coupe is a real (66) Shelby...
mine was a 4 cylinder but it threw a rod so I put a 231 Buick V6 in it. That was a a great combo with the stock 4 speed. I had a friend with a 79...
i had the GM version, a 1980 Monza Spyder. I really liked it. I would have loved having a MII
I'm not much for concurs restorations so I don't know what it is worth or what it would cost. With that said, the Autolite carb is a good carb....
I think I would too, I had a 73 Grande once. After all the fun we are having with my son'd Bobcat I think a II would be pretty cool.
that's the new StangFix motto, "Pulling a Terry" lol. But I get that. I have a humphugger in my 67. I like it pretty well.
Series: 1310 BC (Ford) Width: 3.219, Cap Dia.: 2 @ 1.062 (shaft) 2 @ 1.125 (pinion)
Series: 1330 BC (Ford) Width: 3.622, Cap Dia.: 2 @ 1.062...
looking good, and yeah that will be handy on the road trip
that's great! enjoy it my friend (son)
Is it a 9"? Do you know if it is a 1310 or 1330 U-Joint?
cool, looks like fun
yes, it is funny to hear the stories people tell.
I grew up dreaming of Mustangs and while I don't know every detail of Mustang models and their...