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  1. - 34 CJ, 8 SCJ. - 10 4speed, 32 auto.
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  2. 73 Gold Glow Convertible,85K miles.
    1 point
  3. Ok Chris, good luck with getting it sorted out. Well, ya I guess you can say that. It really gets up and goes! It just made sense to me to put them in. Actually it was supposed to be set up from where I bought the carb new with them but it wasn’t.
    1 point
  4. Ok I was wrong on a couple things, of course lol. Anyway I have 72s in the primaries and 81s w/ jet extensions in the secondaries. Went up a few sizes from the way it was new. I have a 6.0 power valve, not 6.5. It was originally supposed to be set up with a 6.0, but whoever set my carb up wasn’t wearing their glasses and put in a 5.0! The pump cam is pink and I have it in position #1. I have the secondary opening spring 7/8 open from seated.
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  5. I have a QF 735 VS on my 351C and it runs very strong, no bogs at any speed. I have a 6.5 power jet with the stock squirters and upped the jets a few sizes. It spins the tires easily from a dead start with no brake and if I floor it from a 35-40 roll it breaks the tires no problem. I have to be careful not to go sideways cause of the posi. I’m .040 over with flat top pistons, blue thunder intake, 71 closed chamber heads with 10.3:1 compression. Cam is Crower Power Beast 292/302. Pretty close but I guess I have a little more cam than yours. I have a c6 auto with Trans-Go shift kit, 250
    1 point
  6. Nice work, they both look great!
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  7. It's behind the shock tower on the driver side, there's a picture of it in the 4th post in this thread: 73 Mach 1 dash wiring - Electrical, Lighting & Electronics - 7173Mustangs.com
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  8. A solid rebuild on the stock disc/drum system will work extremely well. All new/rebuilt parts with a few key upgrades such as stainless braided flex hoses and semi-metallic friction materials does wonders.
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  9. The 71-73s use a different seat mounting setup than other mustangs. I know there are folks that have figured out how to graft other seats into a 71-73, but I have never heard of a bolt in seat swap from another car. TMI makes a bolt in aftermarket seat for the 71-73. I can’t confirm it but I have seen more than one person complain that the seat base is too high, reducing headroom for tall drivers. I think the height issue would come to play with any seat with a tall base or tall slider / bracket setup. Personally I bolted a pair of aftermarket Recaro seats in my 71. I used
    1 point
  10. Good luck with your project! There's nothing wrong with Yellow IMO... LOL!!
    1 point
  11. The neighbor that got me in trouble with the county here did him self in about three years ago. He was pouring gas in carb to start one of his dozens of collector cars and backfire and he threw gas on himself and died in hospital. Where I live no car not having a tag can be in the view of the public. No matter if perfect or not. I was building my garage had the permits pulled and all. He goes to the county and complains. They gave me 7 days to get them gone or they would come and get them and take to crusher. I paid for storage until I got garage done. He was that way because he tried to buy
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