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John J

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  1. Check out the red vert on Ebay for 29.000.00. No photos of the trunk,engine or interior. What are they hiding???. Not sure if I like the white stripe either. http://www.ebay.com/itm/332386495071?_trksid=p11010.c100774.m4870&_trkparms=aid%3D777003%26algo%3DDISCL.MBE%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20170316120422%26meid%3D7959d260998640f08690622f2483a354%26pid%3D100774%26rk%3D2%26rkt%3D4%26sd%3D162687578120&ul_noapp=true John J
  2. I am changing a few LED bulbs and want to replace the voltage regulator. Where is it located? I don't want to disconnect the speedometer cable if I don't have to. NPD sell 2 of them is there any difference other than the price? John J
  3. Motorcraft still make type F. NPD sells it or you can order it from a dealer. Motorcraft® Type F Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF) and Power Steering Fluid Usage High-static friction fluid developed for Ford automatic transmissions manufactured during the 1970s and earlier Special frictional properties help ensure proper shifting in Ford transmissions that require a fluid meeting ESW-M2C33-F Also recommended for power steering systems in a wide variety of 1995 or older model-year Ford vehicles requiring Type F fluid Not for use in newer transmissions requiring MERCON® LV, MERCON® V or MERCON® SP Features Dual-use fluid for older Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles Resists foaming and helps protect against rust, corrosion, wear and deposits Low viscosity also makes it suitable as a hydrostatic drive fluid for many farm implements and certain industrial equipment applications Recommended by Ford Motor Company Available in cases of 12 one-quart bottles
  4. Here is Hagerty list. What do you think? https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2017/09/13/best-tv-mustangs?utm_source=MagnetMail&utm_medium=email&utm_term=shinske@sbcglobal.net&utm_content=17%2DHagerty%20Weekly%20News%2009%2D13&utm_campaign=The%2025%20hottest%20collector%20vehicles%20right%20now%2C%20DIY%20videos%2C%20and%20the%20best%20TV%20Mustangs%20of%20all%20time
  5. Nice looking car. Welcome from Michigan. John J
  6. My engine has a miss that I can't figure out. I have new autoilite 42 sparkplugs and new ignition wires. I also have a 1406 Edelbrock carburetor. I just changed the fuel filter. I was going to play with the timing next. Is there something else I should look at?. My car is stock except for the carb. John J
  7. Nice car. Welcome from Michigan. John J
  8. I did the same as Lux. Got rid of the nasty carpet and the smell was gone. I am sure one of the previous owners was a smoker. The car smelled like an ash tray. John J
  9. I planning on going. Are you going to have your car there? John J
  10. Changed out my dash lights a few years ago. I now have 2 LED bulbs have failed. Any recommendations for ones that will last a long time. I don't want to take my dash apart anymore. John J
  11. Is there a gasket or do you use a high temp sealer where the H pipe flange go to the manifold. Looked at NPD and Rock and they did not have anything for a 1973 Q code. John J
  12. I ordered them from Precision Exhaust systems. They seem to know their stuff. I will post a photo when I get them. Thanks for the feedback everyone. John J
  13. I have a EZ On Top. I had it for 4 years with no issues. Here is the link. http://ezonauto.com/product-category/ford/mustang/
  14. Looks good. What did you weld to the muffler to bolt the muffler hanger too. I can't tell from the photo. John J
  15. Thanks Jeff. Your car is looks great. Is that black paint or some type of under coating on the floor pans. John J
  16. Looking for a photo or drawing of a 73 Q code exhaust. I am cleaning up my exhaust system and want to make it has stock as possible except for the mufflers. I want to see where the hangers should be placed and where all the clamps go. John J
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