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  • Birthday 01/24/1964

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    1972 Mach 1 Q Code
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    Washington Twp. Mi
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  1. You also have a Holley SA 670 carb, which is pretty difficult to tune properly. Those carbs usually require a 11/32” (I think that’s the size) hole drilled in the primary butterflies. You will also need to make sure there’s not to much of the transfer slots exposed. I know the one of our members, Stanglover can guide you through this if you’re still having issues after confirming your ignition settings. He went through this with his car and he has it running well. But with 2.75 rear gears, it won’t be really quick off the the line.
  2. Hello and Welcome from Michigan. You have a great looking ride, best of luck with it!
  3. I did get a new wooden wheel from grant and it was the same as before. This was only about a year or two ago. Maybe they did redesign it as it was very aggravating when you hit the horn and the button would fall off. I just finally got sick of it and refinished the original one. Hope the new ones are better.
  4. Here’s the horn’s when I got them back.
  5. I had my original horns rebuilt by the Horn Works. They are louder than original and I am very happy with them. I got tired of my stupid grant steering wheel horn button popping off every time I hit the horn. So I refinished my original wheel with parts I got from OMS and couldn’t be happier.
  6. I also have the pertronix 1 and use a stock coil with zero issues for the last 7 years.
  7. Glad to hear that it’s just that simple. Good lesson for us all to remember. Don’t be a Dude! Lol just teasing. I’ve done some pretty dumb shit too!
  8. Hello and Welcome from Michigan. Good luck with the new ride!
  9. Don’t feel like less of a car guy at all. Your totally a car guy! Sometimes we just can’t do everything we want to. I know from experience, been in multiple life changing accidents. But I’m still here and can do enough stuff to make me happy. Plus I can drive my Mustang! I can’t even drive a 4 speed, safely anyway, but I still love driving my auto. I think you have done way more than most people would to restore your car. Good luck with the rest of the restore!
  10. That was fantastic! Thanks for all the pics and the great explanation of everything.
  11. Hello and welcome from Michigan. Great looking car, good luck with it!
  12. You may have better luck just making your own lines.
  13. Glad to hear that your mechanic has found the problem. He sounds very thorough and reliable. Hopefully it was just the one bad bearing and nothing else. Good luck with the next rebuild!
  14. I was using this place for getting ammo, but now I hand load all my ammo and I find my components from here. https://ammoseek.com/reloading/powder
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