Join Date: Sep 2001
Location: North of Philly
I think the problem is that with respect to the details, there's so many variations that it would be darn near impossible to fit the details for more than one specific car in one place.
'70 'verts are probably a good candidate for such a book, since they all came from Dearborn, but there weren't that many of them, so where would the market be for such a book? '70 'verts also seem to appeal to a specific group of buyers (yeah, I'm one of them), so its not like people who owned '67 'verts would be likely candidates to buy such a book.
As far as details, the disassembly process is where you can find most of them, like the markings on different components. They are frequently still hidden on the car itself. The rear axle on my 'vert had some markings I've never seen before, but they were there alright.
If you hit particular questions, ask away, and I'll share what I've accumulated to date.
'70 Boss 302
'70 M-Code Vert w/ Shaker
'85 1C SVO
'11 Shelby GT-500
'02 Excursion (7.3l)