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- Thu Feb 11, 2021 4:16 pm
- Forum: 64 - 65 Comets
- Topic: STEEERING WHEEL QUESTION
- Replies: 15
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There was a guy selling them on eBay. I messaged him a few years ago. He was airbrushing palamino mustang wheel. Looksedreally good and very close to original, but not sure how the air brushing would last over time.
- Sun Feb 07, 2021 1:55 pm
- Forum: Introduce Yourself
- Topic: After market dual exhaust
- Replies: 5
- Views: 80
I'm also from Michigan. Did my exhaust years ago, but just put 2.25 manifold back exhaust on my dad's 65 a few weeks ago. We used an h pipe and flowmaster kit for a 67 mustang we bought from CJ's mustang. Everything bolted into place, even part going over the axle was fine, only issue is the exhaust...
eBay, kind of rough but its a tail light https://www.ebay.com/itm/124202548215?chn=ps&norover=1&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-213727-13078-0&mkcid=2&itemid=124202548215&targetid=4580977766998583&device=c&mktype=&googleloc=&poi=&campaignid=403204665&mkgroupid=1238050308086972&rlsatarget=pla-4580977766998583&abcI...
Jim, that looks great. I also canted my tach toward the driver. I found an old tach at a swap meet that has that original style with an 8000 tach. This is an old picture, my dash looks better today.
260 has a 5 bolt bellhousing, 3.8 is 6 bolt. With an adapter plate and your 260 belhousing you can run a foxbody mustang t5. Not sure about that tbird tranny, but Fred should know since that is what he has in Sassy
I'm sure I'm in the minority, but I never liked those ralley packs. I like the regular old 64 Cylone tach much better. Also they are cheaper and reproduced so that helps. https://www.macsautoparts.com/cyclone-dash-tachometer-90-93160-1.html https://ecklers.com.imgeng.in/media/catalog/product/cache/e...
Yes some parts are listed really high, but they tipically don't sell. It a marketing thing to make a less overpriced, but still overpriced part seem like a deal. A guy I know does this with his mopar parts he sells. Has is cousin list similar parts at outrageous prices, then list his high, but below...
I am using stock spidles with 2006 Mustang GT brakes. My Dad is a retired from Ford tool and die maker, he made the brackets to mount the brakes. All stock steering components. Packed my steering box with grease and dialed in some extra caster, no need for power steering now.
That looks real nice. What is your shock/spring/arm combination if you don't mind me asking. Your tower tops are shaved----------------------- I am using the street or track coil over set up. I have it on my 66 Mustang too. Real nice product and really improves hadling. Plus the guy lives not too f...
I cut mine back in 2013 after 19 years of knuckle busting on my cleveland. Just used some steel I had laying around. It sure makes working on my 351C easier. Was super tight before.
I like how Fred repaired Sassy by using the wheel radius from an extra set of front fenders to patch his rear quarters. Looks real good and there are still some fenders around out there