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About 82stangracer

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    Bleed Blue


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    Backwoods, SC
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  1. Yes, for now. Lol. It took me forever to get that one loaded. Yes. An all original '71 Torino GT with a #s matching 351c, that runs.
  2. Found it at the Charlotte Auto Fair. I have the Marti report, and it's a true 'M' code, Acapulco blue, Mach 1. Already got my clear title back too. I traded my '70 sportsroof for it.
  3. This isn't my car. Sharing for a guy at work. I've seen this car in person and it's sharp. A lot of Mods, Time and Money put in to it. He has it listed on Craigslist. http://charlotte.craigslist.org/cto/5044824984.html 1966 Ford Mustang - $19800 (York) < > 1966 Ford Mustang condition: excellent cylinders: 8 cylinders drive: rwd fuel: gas odometer: 69000 paint color: black size: full-size title status: clean transmission: automatic type: coupe Custom completely restored 1966 Ford Mustang Coupe. Drive train, engine, suspension, and body upgraded. Built 1988 HO 302 has less 20,000 miles. Engine: 5.0 liter 302 c.i.d. V8 Crane Cams roller kit. 1.7 Roller Rockers, High tension Valve Springs. 351 Windsor Heads, ported and polished. Edelbrock Performer Manifold. Holley 600 Carburetor. Holley High Volume Electrical Fuel Pump. Headman Shorty Headers. 2 1/4" H-Pipe w/Flowmaster 2 Chamber Mufflers. March Aluminum Pulleys. Pertronix Electronic Ignition/Distributor. Serpentine Belt. Electric Fan. Aluminum Aftermarket radiator. K&N Filter. 5.0 High Flow Aluminum Water Pump. MSD Ignition 6AL. Aluminum and Steel Braded Gas Line. Drive Train: 2400 Stall Converter. Built AOD w/Shift Kit B&M Quick Shifter. Auburn 3:55 Limited Slip Positive traction read end. Aluminum Drive Shaft. Suspension/Brakes: Street Heat Street/Strip Suspension. 620 Front Coil Springs. 1.125" Front Anti-Sway Bar. 5 Leaf Mid-Eye Springs. .75" Rear Sway Bar. Grabber Performance Steering Wheel. Racing Shackles. Exterior: 1966 Body Kit Paint: Black Sand Pearl. Fiberglass Trunk. Fiberglass Cowl Induction Hood. Torque Thrust Rims Front/Rear 17x8, 4.75"lbs. Tri-Bar Headlights. Yokohama AVS dB S2 Tires 235x45x17. Bullet Mirrors. Stereo System: No stereo head unit installed in car. Rockford Fosgate 3 way kick panel speakers, 8" subwoofer, and 4 channel amp operate off of Bluetooth control from your phone. Email with questions or for more pictures. Serious buyers only please.
  4. Ok, so they are the same. Thanks! That helps a lot!
  5. Need a the above for a 70 mustang, 351w, 3 spd manual. Thanks!
  6. Looking for a factory set up just for visual aid in parts searching. Does the exhaust run above the z bar or is that due to the aftermarket z bar bracket in the 1st pic. Thanks for posting the pics! Ok. I don't have power steering. I was looking at this manifold on ebay but they say it is for an auto trans. It looks like its for a manual trans. http://www.ebay.com/itm/1969-1970-1971-Ford-Mustang-351W-Windsor-Exhaust-Manifold-LH-Cougar-C9OE-9431-B-/201055262595?pt=Vintage_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&fits=Year%3A1970%7CModel%3AMustang&hash=item2ecfd3d783&vxp=mtr
  7. Well I finally got the engine back in my FB. Can anyone post a pic of a factory manifold and z bar INSTALLED on the car. I need to see the clearances between the 2, along with what the manifold actually looks like. I don't have any exhaust so I'm trying to figure out what I need. EDIT: Oh yea, its 351w and a 3 speed manual on my '70.
  8. I'm on 3. But http://vb.foureyedpride.com/index.php?styleid=1 is the best, hands down for 79 - 86. I'm in there under the same username.
  9. Thanks for the reminder! I'm gonna try to go.
  10. THANK YOU for the poll!! It looks good, though it looks lighter than 20. I put 20 on my wife's '02 and you can only see through the sides when it's sunny and you can't see through the back. Lol. If I do, I will at least go 20%
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