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Old 08-11-2007, 05:33 PM   #11
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Nothing really, just seeing rbarns post about the rare 427 car made me think of it. Figured I would mention it. By the way, the old vette would eat that little stang of yours for lunch all day every day.
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Old 08-11-2007, 05:46 PM   #12
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Nothing really, just seeing rbarns post about the rare 427 car made me think of it. Figured I would mention it. By the way, the old vette would eat that little stang of yours for lunch all day every day.
yea it might out run his mustang but look at how much more money is in the vette than in the mustang. there are plenty of mustangs here that can smoke that vette. there are more than just a few mustangs pushin more than 425 hp, and another thing spinnin the tires dont get u newhere.
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Old 08-11-2007, 06:33 PM   #13
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Nothing really, just seeing rbarns post about the rare 427 car made me think of it. Figured I would mention it. By the way, the old vette would eat that little stang of yours for lunch all day every day.
Your daddy has a vette that eats lunch? Thats cool.
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I have a 2002 Ford Ranger with a 3.0 V6. I have 52,000 original miles on my Ranger and I already have to do a repair on the heads.

So I have decided to make a project out of it. I want to install a 5.0 Mustang engine in from a downer vehicle but I am looking for a good performance shop or mechanic that make this happen.

I live in Houston Texas and I am willing to travel in e state of Texas to get this done right. So if anyone out there has had good luck with a performance shop or mechanic in the past can you please send me some names and numbers.

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I have a 2002 Ford Ranger with a 3.0 V6. I have 52,000 original miles on my Ranger and I already have to do a repair on the heads.

So I have decided to make a project out of it. I want to install a 5.0 Mustang engine in from a downer vehicle but I am looking for a good performance shop or mechanic that make this happen.

I live in Houston Texas and I am willing to travel in e state of Texas to get this done right. So if anyone out there has had good luck with a performance shop or mechanic in the past can you please send me some names and numbers.

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