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  1. gimpystoy
    05-17-2015 10:52 AM - permalink
    Dave: THANK YOU so much. I recall now that you gave me these pictures some time ago. Sorry to have repeated the request. You are a prince. So very kind and helpful to us noobs.
  2. 22GT
    05-17-2015 07:56 AM - permalink
    Here's one. Notice the band clamp around the valve-

  3. gimpystoy
    05-16-2015 08:43 PM - permalink
    Dave: Do you have any pictures in your files of the undercar power steering components(pump/hose brackets) installed? (67 or 68) . My oldest son is struggling to install on my project. We. have the Osborn chassi manual but diagrams are hard for us to read. Much appreciated,
  4. 22GT
    05-14-2015 04:40 PM - permalink
    A 68 289 would almost certainly have a C6AE-6015-C block, although a few actually had a C8OE 302 block. No kidding. OEM engines would have a casting date ranging from a few days before the actual build date of the car, up to, in extreme cases, a couple of months. Ford did NOT follow a hard "first in, first out" policy with these, and the age of a power plant was varied by such things as how far down the row it was shelved at the factory, because the forklift guy would get the first correct package he got to, so the one at the far end might sit there for weeks.
  5. Fastang68
    05-14-2015 03:03 PM - permalink

    Where could I find the same engine info for a 1968 289? And if my Mustang was produced in the first week of July of 68. What would the codes be. I think it was the 3rd of July actually.

  6. 22GT
    04-24-2015 01:48 PM - permalink
    Gimpy- I didn't have a Tubo Coupe. That was a 4 cylinder turbosupercharged engine, a slightly de-tuned version of the SVO. I had a 1990 Thunderbird Supercoupe, with an intercooled belt-driven roots-type blower on a V6 that was specially built from the block up. Absolutely smokin' power, far more than the 5.0 that was used in the Thunderbird. Mine was coupled to an M5R2 5-speed, that had been upgraded to metal synchros.
  7. gimpystoy
    04-24-2015 09:37 AM - permalink
    Dave: Just saw your post mentioning you have a T-bird SC. You like that little turbo?

    W miss driving the 84 1/2 anniv Stang we had with that drivetrain.
  8. 22GT
    03-23-2015 10:38 AM - permalink
    Hmmm… There's the seal, of course, Mustang Barn part number G06133, and I'm fairly certain there's also a o-ring on the inner shaft.
  9. Darkcityavenger
    03-22-2015 09:25 PM - permalink
    Hi 22GT I have a question. I have a very leaking transmission and it appears to be coming from the kick down lever area. I have checked Cj Pony and eBay for the gaskets with no luck. What do you suggest and where could I get what I need. Thanks
  10. 22GT
    03-14-2015 09:03 AM - permalink
    It's possible. There are a number of shows and events I attend in the Bucks and Montgomery County area.

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    In the past I have worked as a Mustang restorer at Glazier/Nolan. I may do so again, in the future.
    Southeastern Pennsylvania
    High School Teacher
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    Amateur restorer. Well, sometimes I have been paid for it. But not right now.


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