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  1. Howdy, Finally today I manage to make 360 video of my Mach1..so here it is. It's not neighborhood beautist but it's almost at original condition and have Protection package which I haven't seen on any other Mach 1... [video=youtube]
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  2. Wasn't sure where to put this, but these guys publish/reprint all of the original parts manuals, service guides, shop tips, wiring diagrams, etc. for vintage Ford cars and trucks. About 15 years ago, they started providing electronic copies on CD-ROM that had this horrid digital rights management tool called PDF OwnerGuard (by Armjisoft). It was bad. Seems like every time I wanted to look something up I had to reregister my license. I recently had to replace the laptop that had the manuals installed. Reinstalling on the new laptop from the CDs proved impossible. Update links were b
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  3. That dent may work to improve the swirl capability of the chamber and increase power. :whistling:
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  4. Ya, what a drag. Feel bad for you, but hopefully you can get through this summer with it. At least you found this out so you can keep an eye on it. Good luck!
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  5. That sucks man!! Sorry to learn of this damage. I hope there's no other damage? Cylinder walls? Not to scare you any more than you are already, but take a look while you're in there. If nothing showing, drive it gently for the summer and enjoy it, maybe next winter pull the motor.
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  6. Big red mach 1, Sorry man, In the first few photos, that looked really huge, but in the last few , not so bad. Looks like the old nut down the carb trick. What are your plans ?
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  7. I'll agree, some form of impact damage, but you won't really know until you get the endoscope to focus, or pull the head. I doubt it happened on Eddie's watch. Probably the guy he sold it to dropped a valve, "fixed" it and sent it on it's way. If it did drop a valve, you're going to see some damage on the head as well. Also, if it did, those are forged pistons as the valve would have blown right through a cast unit.
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  8. Here is the one I made for my car.
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  9. Well, it was available in 73. Although, the stripes were different.
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  10. Link works. Your car looks great. John J
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