This Fall I bought my mom a 67 Vert.. she always wanted one but only ever got a 66 coupe.... we built a rotisserie for the car and this winter its getting the total tear down... one floor pan needs R&R and hole new interior and top.. super straite body and very rust free... never wrecked that i can tell (no frame damage or fixes)... of course they wont let me do "my" thing to it...lol... mom only needs a cruiser.... we did pull the I6 out which was running but a bad tranny... We are putting in the 289 & c4 i pulled out of my coupe and converting it to 5 lug... This was a really good find... never seen such a complete "factory" car... it was sitting in LA under a cover since 1995...
1968 Coupe, forged roller 408, AFR 205's, custom Comp roller cam, FAST EFI 2.0, Headman headers w/ full stainless steel Flowmaster system, FAST Dual Sync Billet ignition, MSD Blaster coil w/ CDI box & rev limiter, Holley elec fuel system, PA C4 w/4000 stall, Ford 9 inch (Yukon bolt through case w/ 4.11, Billet Detroit locker, 35 spline forged axles), NOS, MT ET Streets, Denny's Alum Drive Shaft.
Mine is a 66 coupe. Originally emberglo with 3-speed manual, had C4 when I got it. Now has a 1969 302 with SROD 4-speed, Carter AFB on Street Dominator manifold. 1999 GT wheels, still has the stock 2.80 gears.
a slightly used plain coupe with AC and 289........
To view pictures of my 1968 unrestored original (survivor) coupe, 11,845 miles (from Menlo Park CA): go to --http://www.allfordmustangs.com/photopost/showgallery.php/cat/500/ppuser/105333[/url] -- click on a picture to enlarge it, then click on the enlarged picture to super-size it.
Here's mine when I my C4 to 4 speed Toploader swap in my driveway in NJ about 2 years ago. Now it's in my garage in PA still up on jack stands but getting Street or Track front end components installed.
Love the Offenhauser Tri-Carb setup. Did you put it in yourself, or did it come with the car in 85?
I did the tri-carb back in '92 or so. The car was unmolested and original when I bought it (I'm the third owner) and was a local car from new. I've always been partial to stockish cars, but the 13" rims and coded plug wires that were on it were a bit much even for me. Not that it any of it will ever be used, but I've kept the original, uncut head and nearly every other original part from the car I've upgraded over the years.
I'm not a 6 cylinder fan by any stretch of the imagination. But I like that! Very clean looking. I like it when people do something a little different.
1970 Fastback (to be finished outside as a Boss 302 clone)
393 Windsor AFR 205 heads with 11.5:1 compression
Tremec TKO 5 Speed
Link to my Hub Garage and blog about my car http://www.hubgarage.com/mygarage/maxum96
1965 Mustang coupe, Poppy red with black interior, I6, DUI, Classic Inlines ALum head and intake, Clay Smith cam 264/264 110, Holley 390cfm 4bbl, Yella Terra 1.65 Roller Rockers, CI headers stainless with Jet-Hot ceramic coating, CI Stainless 2" impostor dual exhaust, Spectre Low profile carb hat, 4Cly T5 with Hyd throwout bearing, 17x8 Coys C-67 wheels, TMI interior,
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