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Thanks for the info ,as usual your insight helps us (rookies) tremendously on 1st generation mustangs , my '68 fastback is older than me but i learn something new every day about it and it's all good!!
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Love the link, but already noticed a mistake about the 71-73 grilles. In 71-72, bases and coupes had a chrome grill with the corral, Mach 1s got a black grille with horizontal driving lights and the small horse on the tribar. In 73 because of the federal crash safety laws, they had to add shock absortion to the front bumper, so the grille was cahnged. Im not sure about the base and coupes, but the Mach 1s got the driving lights moved to vertical. Just my $0.02 Gotta represent my model lol
1971 Mach1 302 H.O.w/AOD from 92 GT. Converted to carburated, E303, ARP rod bolts, 70 351W heads, head studs, MLS gaskets, 14psi Procharger in process. Rest of car has 9" Versailles rear axle w/4.56 gears, disc brakes on all 4 corners, 20 gal. alum. cell, 72gph carter fuel pump, Cragar 15x10 out back 15x8 up front, subframe connectors, stiffened rear springs. Just a DD lookin to kick some late models-no offense-lol
well i join this forum to know about my mustang, but this thread gave all the detail at once, thanks for this nice thread, well about this links, but i have checked all some of the links, but i found from that are not available,
I just bought a 65 Mustang convertible, that had been sitting for 10 years. 74K miles, automatic. The gas tank was shot and the fuel line , so I replaced them both. Then I did the plugs and wires. Then I took the 2 barrel apart and cleaned the junk out, and Changed the inline filter. Then I got brave and tried to start it...much to my delight it did start..but ran poorly. So I went back to the carb and found more crap in it..Started it again and it definitely runs better, but still not right. Under load it seems to struggle..still a fuel problem?
Should I replace the fuel pump?
Any ideas would be appreciated..thanks
Hello! i have an opertunity to get a white 2005 mustang v6 4.0 liter car with 93,000 miles on it for around 6000 dollars and was wondering what i should be looking for regarding problems with this car. thanks
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