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CTGSTANG

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    1972 Mustang Convertible red/white interior. Engine: 302 V8 w/air, upgraded Edelbrock Performer RPM Intake, Petronix, Holly 600cfm carb, power windows.

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    Brandon, FL

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  1. Thank you everyone for the congrats! I've gotten some good interest in the car, but haven't been able to part with her yet. My wife and I are continuing to talk about it. ;) I turned down an offer recently that put me in the proverbial dog house. Trying to keep it if I can. Thanks again guys.
  2. Found out I'm gonna be a DAD! New price $8,000
  3. Hey guys, I am selling my 1972 mustang convertible with a 302 4bbl carb, edelbrock intake, flamethrower ignition, c4 tranny. It is red with white top and white interior. I love the car, but have found another mustang that has been a dream of mine(71 Mach 1). Pictures are in my profile and I am happy to provide more plus video if you want. Serious buyers only please. I am asking only $10,000 obo. Message me here or call 813-748-1049.
  4. So I got a promotion at work and moving to Phoenix in Feb. any members over there?
  5. So I recently replaced the starter solenoid, changed the oil to full synthetic and I crank it up after about 1 month and it blows grey/blue smoke. It's also idle choppy up and down every couple of seconds. Never happened until now. Any ideas? False alarm. Lol after I drove it about 10 minutes the smoke went away and drove perfectly.
  6. I just got a new engine gauge feed to install in the 302, part #72-gift-8 cyl. Not sure where to begin. Do I have to take out my instrument panel or can I install it from the firewall side? Any pics would be great!
  7. Welcome from Brandon, FL! just right around the corner from ya!
  8. Thanks a lot! Since I changed it from a 2 barrel to a 4 barrel, I don't have the knockdown lever extender bracket. That should solve it.
  9. Sorry to hear about your bad luck. I hope you can get her back on the road quickly!
  10. So I recently install a new bracket and spring that connects to the kickdown lever. However, when I manually pull the lever back to down shift, the spring doesn't pull it back forward. Any suggestions to make it tighter?
  11. Just wanted to let everyone know that Don dropped off the 302 roller block that I've been wanting. It was awesome for him to bring it while he was traveling. Just a great example of the great comraderie on this forum.
  12. I just put in Autolite 25 per other member's recommendation in my 72 302.
  13. Just like the subject line reads, I'm looking for an 87-92 302 roller block as a base to rebuild in my 72. Amazingly enough I haven't been able to find any at junkyards here in Tampa or on Craigslist for a decent price.
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