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post #16 of 93 (permalink) Old 01-07-2014, 09:31 PM
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It's a new year, and time to clean the garage. See if I have anything you want, all this cool stuff needs a new home (I have pix of everything, ask if you want to see them):

Set of KYB Gas-A-Just shocks, about 20k miles. $184 in the current NPD catalog. Yours for $60.

Ford C5AE-9245-M 4-barrel intake manifold for 289/302, casting date 4L30, slight cosmetic damage near T-stat mounting, fixable w/ JB Weld or similar. $20.

Edelbrock model 2121 Performer 289 intake. Used about 40k miles. Excellent shape, mostly painted blue. New in Summit catalog for $180. Yours for $50.

Edelbrock model 2122 Performer Plus camshaft, also used about 40k miles. Excellent shape, motor ran strong with this cam. I modified a couple of the lifters for degreeing my new cam (C90E) and threw the rest away like a dummy, sorry. You can have it for $20, but you'll have to buy new lifters. FYI, this has a bit too much lift for stock valve springs.

Original 289 valve covers for late '66 and '67 289. Decent shape. Have oil cap, but no PCV grommet. Need cleaning and painting. $20.

If you're a late model guy, I have the SCT Bama tuner I got for my 2005 GT. Traded the car for a BMW, kept the tuner since the dealer didn't care. Has 87, 89, and 92 octane tunes. Made for a 2005 4.6L 3V V8 with automatic. Info card says for 2005-2009 model years. Got one of these cars? Here is some cheap horsepower. Sells for $380 in the American Muscle catalog, yours for $100. SOLD

There's no way you can live without at least one of these items. PM me if interested. I am in the Seattle/Lynnwood/Everett area.

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'66 GT Fastback show car, nightmist blue, warmed up original 289 & T-5Z, 3.80 trac-loc, AC, PS, pony interior, Retrosound, rally pac

'66 Coupe driver, Bullitt green, 302HO w/ 351W heads, roller rockers, Holley 600, T-5Z, 3.55 trac-loc, collapsible column, tank armor, disk brakes, shoulder belts

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Is there a performance benefit to replacing the stock 4 barrel cast iron intake on an otherwise stock engine with the 2121 other than for weight?

Edit: also, does the 2121 have a vacuum port on the back for C4 modulator?

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Is there a performance benefit to replacing the stock 4 barrel cast iron intake on an otherwise stock engine with the 2121 other than for weight?

Edit: also, does the 2121 have a vacuum port on the back for C4 modulator?
Probably a fairly modest one.

I ran this when my fastback still had a C4, so I'm pretty sure there is a port for the modulator. I have a pic at home I can post later.

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'66 Coupe driver, Bullitt green, 302HO w/ 351W heads, roller rockers, Holley 600, T-5Z, 3.55 trac-loc, collapsible column, tank armor, disk brakes, shoulder belts

'11 BMW 335i X-drive, 6 speed manual, all the bells and whistles
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Sorry for the quality, iPhone pic on my way out the door this morning...lots of vacuum ports, as you can see.

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UPDATE: INTAKE IS SOLD 01/10/14
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'66 GT Fastback show car, nightmist blue, warmed up original 289 & T-5Z, 3.80 trac-loc, AC, PS, pony interior, Retrosound, rally pac

'66 Coupe driver, Bullitt green, 302HO w/ 351W heads, roller rockers, Holley 600, T-5Z, 3.55 trac-loc, collapsible column, tank armor, disk brakes, shoulder belts

'11 BMW 335i X-drive, 6 speed manual, all the bells and whistles

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I have somes stuff FS most of which is too large/heavy to ship.
Scott Drake 195 lb leaf springs with shackles & little mileage.
$150. Monte Carlo bar $25.

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4ea15 X 6 Magum (I think) wheels & tires. One wheel has paint bubbling around a lug hole. Tires are 70ish % tread.
$500. Yes, I can send better pics.

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Those are 67 Styled Steel wheels, not Magnums.

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Hey VMF,

VA Hose kit sold to rangerdoc!

March Power steering pulley - Brand new, only took it out of the box to stare at
Serpentine
Black Powder coat
MCH-630-08 Ford 5.0 pump 79-93

$45 shipped ($80 on Summit)

March Power steering bracket 302/5.0 - Brand new
uses oem ford pump
Black powder coat (picture just for reference)
Complete with hardware
MCH-30038-08

$80 shipped ($135 on Summit)

Package price available for both items

I live near Sumas WA and can ship from there to save time.
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Hey, would you mind shipping the a/c parts to 66503? Even though I don't live in the PNW I'm still a legal resident! Even have YOM plates on my '69...is that good enough?


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2008 Power Wheels Bullitt Clone
Mustangs from the past: 66 coupe, 69 Coupe, 69 Grande, 2001 Bullitt, 2011 V6

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Back at ya!


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Anyone need a decent complete 289. I know little about its history, but looks stock cept for the valve covers. It has a lumpy idle (non-stock cam?), a 4150 Holley with 10 miles on it, and makes decent power. It ran good when I put it up on blocks bout 3 months back.

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Pm'd JPIII about the springs and wheels.
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Pm'd JPIII about the springs and wheels.
And I answered.
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The 289 is going to my son. He is building a Mustang also and wants to drop in a runner just to get it on the road.

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