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Discussion in '1965 - 1973 Classic Mustangs -General/Talk-' started by gowest, Oct 31, 2009.
Everyone in this thread is now dumber..... Thank you.
more info. of the fastback in the background...what's the plan for that one?
The 67 fastback on the background belong to another customer and was finished as a GT500(custom) clone. I think that the engine on this one is a small block 427 stroker.
WOW,awesome cars. That's a little more stomach pleasing combo than the Asian combo in a classic mustang. I guess the times are pretty good over there compared to here in North America. Nice work!
all i can say its wow!! and that orange '69 look sharp as well
is that a classic Gull-Wing Mercedes I see in the background in the shop????
I dont like the J-Z mustang myself, but it is atleast ineresting. And not being from bangkok I dont have an argument for why not. I guess it's a 'you gotta be there' thing. And as far as the post a few up..... I don't understand what you are saying but I like the blue stang you got there.
The Blue 'stang is a fake...ur...replica snake with a 427 stroker with the suspension goodies all in placed. Glad that you like it .
Repeat reading , and you'll understand !
Looks good. Who cares if its a FMC engine or not, It's got a I6 and thats all I care about. I love inline sixes. I want to do something like that myself. It looks like alot of hard work was put in to it. Atleast the rest of the world knows an I6 benefits from not having a combined intake/exhaust unlike most of the I6's built here; Fords 160, 250, 200, 300, GM"s lineup probably the 4.2 I6 too, Jeep's 4.0(which I like) Mopars Slant six. Seems like the only ones built right were the Cummins. Good work man, I hope to acomplish something similar one day.
2 mustangs, 1 powered by classic muscle vs. 1 powered by import muscle. which car would you put your money on ?
not very hard to understand.
i think the pushrod motor should also get some boost pressure just to keep the playing field even.....then which car would you bet on
Put a naturally asperated 429 in it and I'll go with the big block.
I think the car looks tough and really enjoy different combos. I dig the street fighter look.
I am currently plan to rebuild 1967 mustang in Thailand and I appreciate that you could give me your advice. Thanks in advance
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