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71mach351

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    1971 Grabber Green Mach 1
    2013 Race Red California Special Convertible

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  1. I replaced my 3.25 open with a 3.50 trac loc. I felt the 351 4v with c6 and stock converter was a dog off the line. 3.50s did liven it up a bit. Definitely replace u joints while the drive shaft is out. New axle bearings, too.
  2. Turtle, Does your trunk hit the bottom louver like mine does? I’ve seen some with a flat bottom louver to cure that issue. That’s the one to get.
  3. Nothing like fresh paint. Mines pushing 30 years old now. So jealous. Keep up the good work. Nice seeing another grabber green getting its correct color reapplied.
  4. I had a similar issue a couple years ago. While driving the temp gauge went to hot. When I pulled over to check the gauge went to normal. Drove again and it went hot. Again, normal while at idle. Long story short, I had forgotten to reattach the chassis ground to the fender apron below the voltage regulator. At rest it was touching the apron and grounded and the gauge was good. While driving it would swing away and lose ground and the gauge went hot.
  5. First thing I noticed was the spoiler as well. Mounted way to high on the deck lid. Must be an early VIN with the woodgrain console trim plate?
  6. I'm considering replacing all my dash trim since the chrome edges are peeling or painted silver. Has anyone bought any of the reproduction pieces? I'm looking at both left and right dash pieces, the center gauge trim and the console trim from Ohio Mustang. Just curious about the fit and finish.
  7. Well it has come time for our cars to start celebrating their 50th Birthdays. Mine rolled off the Metuchen NJ assembly line on October 8, 1970.
  8. My wife had this made for a Fathers Day
  9. It's a clip from the movie Killing Them Softly
  10. The bottom seat frame has cracked. You will need to remove the upholstery and weld the frame.
  11. How can I not with my car staring back at me!
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