Ok, I just got an email from Chris at Mustang restorations. As I posted earlier he was doing the engine on the 66. When I got the car from Volo, I was told it had a 289. Was not told if it was original to the car or not. Over the two years I have had the car, I found and changed a lot of little things that told me this car was originally a 66, but had a lot of donor parts from a 65. (the car was built in April 66, so I know these were not end of year parts put on this car). Well, imagine my surprise when Chris told me it had a 302 from a 68! My question, what do you think I should do? Should I call Volo to at least let them know they need to examine their cars better? Should I just put this in the buyer beware lesson? I know others have had questionable thoughts about those cars, and if I had it to do all over, I don't think I would have bought from them. I would have probably tried to do what Jason did, and just rebuild a car. He KNOWS what is in his car!
I know that the answer would be to have done more research, but I guess the horse, or Mustang as it is, is already out of the barn door!