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  1. 22GT
    02-18-2015 10:35 PM - permalink
    Not the Lunch Pail Parts, but the other one I took, a 67 GT350.
  2. gimpystoy
    02-18-2015 09:13 PM - permalink
    Dave: TY The pic's are terrific. From your personal collection?
  3. 22GT
    02-18-2015 08:39 PM - permalink
    Hmmm… Apart from the factory manual, there's this-

  4. gimpystoy
    02-18-2015 11:38 AM - permalink
    Dave: which manual has best diagram of P/S chassis brackets ?

    We are getting ready to begin this part of assembly on my 67 project.
    We're converting man. steer to P/S w parts from Chocostang.
  5. 22GT
    02-07-2015 10:43 PM - permalink
    OK, this is those springs, with the Arning/Shelby "drop" on the front.

  6. MidwayUSA
    02-07-2015 10:26 AM - permalink
    Hi. I see where you've recommended the GT leaf springs from Glazier Nolan. I'm considering these for my 66 fastback. Could you send me links to a couple pics showing a fastback stance with these springs? Thanks. ~Curtis
  7. 22GT
    01-29-2015 12:09 PM - permalink
    No, young Mr Ryan does the IT for the Barn.
  8. gimpystoy
    01-29-2015 11:59 AM - permalink
    Dave: I see the G/N MB gallery has been updated. Your handiwork?
    Nice. I saw that Cougar when I moved my car in late June.
  9. 22GT
    01-11-2015 11:19 PM - permalink
    An absolutely complete K code engine with all the unique parts might be worth that. But if anything is missing, probably not. If, for example, it has a Holley carb, chop a thousand dollars off. Things to look for- Correct water pump, fuel pump, carb, air cleaner, fan, alternator, manifolds, and distributor. A bad water pump hole in the block might indicate scaling rust inside the engine.
  10. texasyeti
    01-11-2015 09:07 PM - permalink
    Hello Sir,
    I touched base with you about an NOS HiPo crank a month or so ago. Well, I was talking to a guy about a 65 block and he asked if I needed a crank. I told him I had a line on an NOS HiPo crank and he got interested. Said he has a complete HiPo engine he is thinking of selling. Says the top end is disassembled but everything is there. Said he was going to put it in a K-code GT fastback he owned in the 70s and recently got back, then he found out where the original engine is and plans to get that back.

    He says the engine is still running original bearings.

    I asked what he might want for it, he said $5,000. Other than a bad threads in one water pump mounting hole, he says it is a solid engine.

    I know this is a random question with no pics but any initial thoughts?

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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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