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post #15 of (permalink) Old 01-07-2008, 01:23 AM
SmartJ
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The '67 remains perched on jackstands until I can get to it. Too busy working on project cars - hindered by winter cold. The only thing left on the '67 is muffler issues. I wish Flowmaster made a three-chamber shorty muffler for classic Mustangs. The only three chamber it makes is too long for Mustang floor pan pcokets. Two-chamber are too loud. I'd like the Flowmaster roar - only quieter. Looking for that Cleveland/Boss 302 burble without the hearing loss. The '67 has been finished for quite some time - just needs cosmetic detailing and those mufflers.
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