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  1. Which email account should I them send to? One which allows unlimited size of attachments would be appreciated. Each photo is between 16 and 20 MB
  2. Hi Chuck. It's located in the black forest close to Kniebis. Cheers Frank
  3. With a pronounced red-green colour blindness, both colors look the same. Cheers Frank
  4. and the prices, displayed on one of the pictures, are in Euros per liter. 1.079 €/Liter for Diesel 1.259 €/liter premium E10 (10% ethanol) 95 ROZ (EU) ~ 90 RON (US) 1.299 €/liter premium E5 (5% ethanol) 95 ROZ (EU) ~ 90 RON (US) 1.389 €/liter premium plus 98 ROZ (EU) ~ 93 RON (US) Cheers Frank
  5. two months ago, my son donated me a professional photo shoot. I like to share these pictures with you. Cheers Frank
  6. Hi John I like this picture! Nice to see that she is back on the road again. Cheers Frank
  7. Don I've checked Bkdunha's list too, but as Fabrice tells that he has one screw and needs 3 more, I skipped to the next line, where 4 screws are told to be needed. Maybe Fabrice can help us out of the dark with a picture of the one screw he knows is correct. Frank
  8. Fabrice is it this style in size 8-18X1/2 or am I on a totally wrong path?
  9. Fabrice, do you have a picture or a part number of those ominous screws you are so desperately looking for? Cheers Frank
  10. Rod Much more than the high speed impresses me the constant increase of speed. Shows, that this engine has enough torque available. The engine is a well built 351W with a 4 speed top loader. Frank
  11. Hi Geoff speeding is possible with a classic Mustang too. A friend of mine was a little bit in a hurry on his way home in his 69 Mach1. The scale on the speedometer wasn't enough. By the way, it wasn't illegal. Happened in Germany on an unlimited Autobahn. Cheers Frank VID-20191017-WA0005.mp4
  12. Mac a small impression of a nice evening beginning of September 2020. We are a group of roughly 100 classic Mustangs (64-73) in Stuttgart area. If you come to the South West of Germany, give me a call. There's always time for a beer or two or three... Cheers Frank
  13. Chuck A subsidiary of this brewery is less than a mile away from my home. Give me a shout as soon as you are in Germany. You're cordially invited. Frank
  14. looks like a really nice ride! Congratulations! Enjoy it! Cheers Frank
  15. Steve try to avoid the filter between tank and pump. The mechanical pump does what it is named, it pumps; sucking is not what it is meant for. Cheers Frank
  16. Geoff The two fuel lines are different as the fuel filter at the carburetors are located different. The 2V fuel line ends between the distributor and the carb when the 4V line is much more on the driver side. The original fuel filter of the 2V (Autolite 2100) carb is oriented straight forward while the 4V fuel filter (Autolite 4300) is 90 degree to the left and 45 degrees down. At the end, the original routed 2V fuel line will fit better for the Holley fuel line. Cheers Frank
  17. Spike The vinyl roof was definitely an option in 1973 and it was available for a Mach1. My first Mach 1 (VIN 3F05F260352) was equipped with it. Cheers Frank
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