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With a 306 cu putting down 231RWHP my 65's best time out of six runs was this:
I have it and it works great. It is made by Ford Racing and is also sold by Currie. They are Ford Explorer brakes. If you are thinking of putting it...
MTs here too.
Don Barry has a couple of judgement liens against him.
These folks were swindled out of 12 grand last year....
I hate crooks. Those cops should have arrested them so they could be CONVICTED on criminal charges as well as forced to pay restitution.
I'm not building anything at the moment. I was just curious because of what a friend said to me. Manuals are definitely more fun to drive.
I'm suprised no one mentioned the memorable tire change scene on the Six Million Dollar Man where Steve Austin lifts up the front of a 1965 Mustang...
+1 Summit. They usually sell cheaper than the company who makes the wheel. Also if you buy tires from Summit they will mount and balabce for 10 bucks...
You mean Adult Friend Finder "Friends with benefits" I'm not a prude either but this seems to violate the standards of this forum.
For people like myself who would rather be driving than spending all free time in the garage.
I haven't. But I do have a 302 in a 1965 and I can tell you that the RM mounts are not needed. If you want the engine to sit higher then use '66...
But Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome really sucked.
NPD has some very nice ones in stainless steel
Wow, you're the first I have read about having had a problem with KC. I guess all the builders have some bad examples. I'll just have to choose the...
It's Earl Scheib
Righhhht! I'll paint ANY car for 49.95!
I've looked at about a half dozen crate engine builders and have narrowed it down to two. They both are about the same price. Which is the better...
She's average. However her drag racing skills IMO gives her a few more points on the bangability scale....