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  1. blkfrd
    04-15-2012 11:18 AM - permalink
    Sorry for taking so long to reply. The seats are TCI pony black and white. Black and white was not a option by ford, but TCI makes them or at least they did when I bought them about 10 years ago
  2. Uncle Buck's 68
    03-17-2012 10:54 AM - permalink
    Uncle Buck's 68
    The seats in your mustang look awesome.........I'm looking at getting black with charcoal inserts for my you have any more pictures and or some that include the back seat.........Also what material did they use.
  3. blkfrd
    11-09-2009 01:04 PM - permalink
    I used a air compressor and die grinder. Football shaped bit and square with rounded end bit were used. An electric die grinder will work...I used a dremel years ago to port a set of 390 GT heads. It will take longer though.
  4. Spike0341
    10-29-2009 04:44 PM - permalink
    Hi, My name is John and I just had a couple questions for you. I just read your head porting post and I was wondering what tool you used, was it pneumatic or electric. I want to port the set of DOOE heads I have but I don't have a compressor, was hoping to do it with an electric die grinder. I appreciate the help.

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  • About blkfrd
    5 year restomod was completed in June '04. T5z conversion completed in November '05. Car was origi
    Anaheim Hills, CA
    my son, 60's classics, camping, fishing, outdoors
    systems engineer, defense electronics
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    Tracy Blackford
    Anaheim, CA
    PTP Engineering Inc.

    65 Mustang FB, 331 custom built with 289 H beam rods and 383W piston, 282S cam, self ported '70 351w heads, Dougs Tri-Y headers. 1.7 shaft rockers and 26986 beehives. Hurricane Single Plane and custom 750 HP. T5z and 3.50 9" posi rear.
    430 HP @ 6500...not too shabby for old school heads!

    '65 Fastback


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