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    I live near Stockton California.
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    Shooting, scuba diving, R/C planes, and my Mustang.
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  1. For specific info on the AOD itself, check out clickclickracing. The AOD can be built to take your proposed power levels no problem. B.
  2. Here is a pic of the oil constrictor. This is located right under the rocker pedestal on each head. You can buy the setscrew with the hole already drilled. Just have to tap the passage way and screw in the constrictor. If your engine is already running you might want to use a different method of restricting the oil going to the rockers. B.
  3. How about going through the speedometer cable grommet? Pull the grommet, slit it and open up the center a bit, then push your connectors through and reinstall the grommet. B.
  4. Yes, my research shows only Bendtsen's is making the adapter to fit the AOD and it's variants to the FE. I went with their adapter. The car is not running yet but the transmission fits just fine. HOWEVER, the two top belhousing bolt mounting tabs had to be spot faced down about .250" inch to give the bolt heads extra clearance for the firewall. Because of the thickness of the adapter. Also, my FPA headers also hit the adapter and I had to remove a wee-bit of material from the adapter at those points. B. http://www.transmissionadapters.com/ford_fe.htm
  5. Side markers came into being starting in 68. Prolly why you see newer cars with wrap around lights front and back to satisfy that safety requirement. Why would you shave the drip rails? Isn't that a major structural joint for the roof panel? I wish newer cars still had them. I hate driving with my windows all the way up. I prefer a little fresh air regardless of the time of year. B.
  6. Nice. Yeah, the 428 is a knuckle buster all right. Your knuckles when you go to work on it (LOL). B.
  7. This is for the 69 inn your signature right? Which engine? And confirming you have a throttle cable NOT a rod and arm system like on 68's? B.
  8. I don't think the Stangs ever came with a remote passenger mirror. Anything is possible with enough ingenuity of course. B.
  9. Here is the posterior of a 70 dash. Structurally the same as a 69. The main differences are the flasher mounts and the hole for the ignition switch. B.
  10. Here, you need this bracket. AND you are going to have to do some surgical precision cutting to remove those pieces that were added by the PO.
  11. Here at Rock Auto. B. http://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo.php?pk=1482122&cc=1132434&jsn=432
  12. Sorry Moose the "GT" and not "GTA" slipped by me (LOL). B.
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