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Old 07-25-2007, 01:26 AM   #11
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Default RE: Here's a picture of my engine bay, where is yours?

And look,,, the only thing unchanged (or not painted) from the first picture to the last is the starter solenoid,,,,

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Old 07-25-2007, 08:23 AM   #12
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I hate to be right below one of the best engine bays I've seen but here it goes. From my 69 Mach, 351C, mildly modded cam, performer intake, holley 4150 dp, MSD dist., wires and 6AL ignition.

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Old 07-25-2007, 10:20 AM   #13
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The A/C compressor will be different in a week or so, but here's mine as ofnow.

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Old 07-25-2007, 11:09 AM   #14
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Soaring,, Thanks for starting this up again..

I would like to suggest that everyone also include what brand and color of paint they have used for the bay walls and the engine.. and if your bored post the method you used to get it cleaned up and painted... It seems like a lot but could be very helpful.. I cant wait to see some more pics!

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Old 07-25-2007, 11:17 AM   #15
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heres my engine before i hooked my plugs up

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i didnt paint the engine bay but it did get dusty for sitting so long.

mods include

edelbrock 650cfm carb
weiand x-celerator single plane intake
lunati bracket master cam
longtube hooker headers(not shown in pic)
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Old 07-25-2007, 11:47 AM   #16
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here is the most recent pic of my engine bay... 64 1/2 coupe 289 modified with Edelbrock performer RPM Heads, Cam, Intake manifold, 750 CFM Carb. other modifications include Cool Flex radiator hoses upper and lower, March performance pulley underdrive, power steer pump from a 93 5.0 mated to a TCP power rack and pinion steering. Tcp Coilover conversion, subframe connector assemby, SSBC power disc brakes. right now the transmisson is out of the car getting built up at JPT transmissons in Eaton Rapids Michigan. im getting a custom made torque converter with a 2,000 stall and changing out the rear gears from 3-1 aprox to 3.93 gears. here is a link to some info on the tranny rebuild: http://www.442.com/articles/philcolumn11.html
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Old 07-25-2007, 12:01 PM   #17
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here is the most recent pic of my engine bay... 64 1/2 coupe 289 modified with Edelbrock performer RPM Heads, Cam, Intake manifold, 750 CFM Carb. other modifications include Cool Flex radiator hoses upper and lower, March performance pulley underdrive, power steer pump from a 93 5.0 mated to a TCP power rack and pinion steering. Tcp Coilover conversion, subframe connector assemby, SSBC power disc brakes. right now the transmisson is out of the car getting built up at JPT transmissons in Eaton Rapids Michigan. im getting a custom made torque converter with a 2,000 stall and changing out the rear gears from 3-1 aprox to 3.93 gears. here is a link to some info on the tranny rebuild: http://www.442.com/articles/philcolumn11.html
That thing is SEXY!!!!!
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Old 07-25-2007, 12:27 PM   #18
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Ok here's mine... 1973 Mach 1 351C Q code with 11.0 compression. Balanced rotating assembly , block line bored and deck plated , oil holes chamfered on the crank, ARP bolts, stock CJ rods , TRW pop-ups , stock 4 barrel heads with good valves, springs etc ... , Boss 351 camshaft , 1971 issue Ford D1ZX Buddy Bar aluminum intake , Boss 351 aluminum valve covers , original factory dual point distributor with Petronix ignition , factory Motorcraft 4 barrel carb. Ram air system removed from 71 Boss 351 .

Horsepower rating ? I dunno.
Runs better than it did when new I'm sure.
Engine bay paint by restoration shop. No idea what the paint code is.
Used correctFord part numberedbelts, hoses , cables , solenoid , coil etc...
Restored including replacing factory P=paint , T=trim , F=finish etc ... stickers in correct locations.


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That thing is SEXY!!!!!

I love you dearly but not queerly!
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Old 07-25-2007, 05:39 PM   #20
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I love the uniqueness of everyones engines, no ones is the same...
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