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2/17/2014 6:45 AM  #1


My67 Mustang

I puchased my car in 2000 in West Bend, Wisconsin. It was titled in California and assembled at the San Jose assembly plant. It was rust free but tired, Towed it home and the past 14 years have done work and mods on the car. Many of the modifications were made by reading the MS website. I performed all the work with exception of the paint. Thanks to all the contributors of this site for iedeas and insights.

Engine: Ford Racing 302 crate, alum heads, intake, edelbrock
Trans: T-5, MS roller pedals, MS cable clutch
Cooling: 4 row
Exhaust: Hi-po manifolds, Flowmaster 40's
Brakes: MS Granda swap, MS power swap, 3rd brake lite, LED tail lites
Electrical: Ron Francis "Express wiring" complete thru car, 3G alt.,
Guages: Auto meter
Suspension: Grab-a-Track complete front l rear, KYB shocks
Body: New L-R full pans, foil backed sound deadner,
Interior: Pro-Car seats, 3 Pt. shoulder-seat belts, head liner, ect.http://i59.tinypic.com/wumhwi.jpg
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2/18/2014 2:47 AM  #2


Re: My67 Mustang

Very nice car! I think she's a keeper!


65 mustang coupe, 351W, C6-  2800 stall, B&M blower, 9inch- trac-loc 3.70 gears
 

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