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Forum members simply using their digital smart phones or cameras to take a video of their Mustangs while slowly walking around the car. It doesn't have to be a flashy video production as such - just shoot the video as you walk around your Mustang in a 360 degree circle. If you get background wind or other noises, or if the video is a bit shaky, who cares. Let's see what'cha got!
It really sounds like you have a great car to make your own. It would be interesting to know the date codes of the heads. That info can be found simply by removing the valve covers. The date code will be found between the valves. Finding the casting codes requires removal of the intake, standing on you head to see the numbers under the inlet ports.... or use a mirror! Casting code and date codes are the only sure way to know exactly what heads you have. 70 "N" heads are listed at 11:1 while 71 "GA" heads are listed at 10.7:1 and there is only about 1 cc difference in volume (I said about). Actually, I have two listings, both stating 62.8cc volume for N and GA heads. Lots of misinformation out there. The difference in compression ratio may be due to piston deck height differences, I'm not sure as I don't have all the details. Personally, I find this stuff interesting. If you can post more info, great.
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