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About Mac

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    Mustangs are cool

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    1971 Mach I

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    Youngstown, Ohio
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    Northeast

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  1. Interested in the intake manifold if still available. Mac
  2. How about "lo-jack" (not sure of spelling) any one with experience with this system?
  3. Do you have an alarm system in your car? What type? Costly? Are you satisfied with it? Difficult to install? Mac
  4. My opinion is that the auto manufactures have too much invested in electric cars to back out now. However I do believe that the hydrogen power vehicle is the way to go, only emission from it is water. As far as the "Mach E", I agree that trying to associate this vehicle to a Mustang is a loser. Rather if you really want to associate it with a Ford product, why not resurrect the Galaixe as "GalaixE" Mac
  5. Another Ohio Buckeye welcomes you. Good looking ride. What power train does it have?
  6. Very nice! Always wondered what a person needs to do when they import a car (Mustang) from the U.S. to Europe. Must you change to right hand drive? Upgrade lights? How are the taxes on a specialty car like a Mustang? How much do plates cost? Reason for asking, a few years ago I would work in Belgium for short periods and was always curious if I wanted to bring my '71 Mach over for 6 months. Mac
  7. Seems strange to me that Ford never formally assigned this exhaust tip to a production car but yet some of this unused stock was released to the public. Also what is ultra strange is that the tip I have with the Ford wrapper printed D1 ZZ5255-D part number on it yet the tip itself has "D1 ZZ5255 D V2K" stamped on one side of it and "T 4710 V2K" stamped on the other side. Also the Ford oval is not stamped anywhere on this tip like it is on their other more common standard tip. Mac
  8. Yes, it has a 2.25 inch diameter. I only have one. Mac
  9. OK Guys, Being the original owner of my car, I knew that I would be keeping it so I've been gathering pieces and parts over the years. One thing I've picked up is a puzzle, exhaust tip with ford part number D1ZZ 5255-D. The "ZZ" indicates "Mustang" but when compared to original exhaust tips that I also have (Part No D1ZA 5203-AB) there is a difference. Also attached pictures of aftermarket tip for comparison. The shop manual diagram does not give exhaust tips numbers. See attached. So... does anyone have any info / documentation on this puzzle? Mac
  10. This is a tough piece to find. Good price.
  11. Spike, Always nice to see pictures taken from that era. You are absolutely 100% the car in the back ground is a Maverick. The fender emblem of the Maverick with the tell tale steers horns is visible. Thanks for posting. Mac
  12. Back in 2017, I posted a complete "how to replace a 351C water pump" set of instructions. It contains an exact placement water pump bolts by size/length of bolts diagram along with many pictures. This how to can be found by going into the following folders; 1) Tech Forum 2) Engine, Transmission, Drive Line, Etc 3) How to remove a 351C water pump Good luck! Mac
  13. Seen a bumper sticker some time ago that kind a fits this topic, "Snow is a Four Letter Word".
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