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cazsper

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About cazsper

  • Birthday 03/30/1972

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    1968 Coupe: 393w, TKO-600, Maier Racing springs, Global West suspension, Currie 9in with forged axles, 3.50 gears, Trutrac, Baer brakes front/rear
    1973 Mach-1: 351c 4V, C-6, 3.73:1 gears and a long "To Do" list..

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  1. I am considering changing the color (from black) on my '73 Mach-1. I saw this on line and wasn't sure what color it was. It looks slightly like a metallic gold. Does anyone know the actual color?
  2. Ah.. ok. Thanks.. any idea where I might find them?
  3. Thanks everyone.. I found this one from Crane (H-278-2) that caught my eye. Any opinions? 222/232 @ .050"/ .539/.534 - 114' Thanks.. Mike
  4. My '68 coupe has a 393w, TKO-600 and a 9in with 3.50 gears. I am using a Detroit Truetrac (Eaton). My car is a daily driver and never in a track. It's extremely smooth and very quiet..
  5. I was missing a fender extension on the passenger side. When I ordered a new set, this is how it arrived. It has three "tabs" that obviously go into the three holes located in the front of the fender. On the bottom of the piece, is a hole I figured a bolt would go through; only there's a no spot Forces bolt to attach. Does this piece just attach the three "tabs"? fb photo upload
  6. My '73 Mach-1 still has points. I am looking at a new distributer from MSD. One has a mechanical advance and the other is vacuum. Is one better than the other? Thanks.. Mike
  7. When I got my '73 Mach-1, it had (and still has) too big of a cam. I am looking to simply looking for a healthy street cam for a daily driver. I like a little lope but not looking for a choppy idle. Unfortunately I don't have the cam specs. When I look at the paperwork, it just says it had an: "Isky cam- radical idle" My car has 3.50 gears, a c6 auto Edelbrock Air Gap intake and a 750cfm (vac 2nd). Again, I just want a healthy sounding car that makes enough power to get out of its own way that I can just "get In and go". Due to funds available, off the shelf would be ideal. I would also prefer a 112' LSA.. thanks.. Mike
  8. Oh ok. I thought the only difference was the fenders .. thanks.. Mike
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