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About 72' Mach 1

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    1972 Mustang Mach 1 H-code original paint

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    Buffalo, NY
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    Northeast

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  1. Hello, looking for a dash harness used with the factory tach and triple gauge cluster, thanks
  2. Hello, I recently scored a Tach Dash and triple gauge cluster at a swap meet. I am looking for the correct dash harness for them. I really don't want to hack up my original stuff to make them work. Thanks. EDIT: My bad, I did not see the Want To Buy forum, I thought this was it
  3. Here is a variable rato steering box removed from a 1972 Mach 1. There is minimal play, I am asking $265, shipping included. [/url]image hosting websites
  4. Thanks for letting me know about the clutch, good thing I sold the Torino a few months after putting that clutch in. Now regarding the staggered shocks, will the hole inside the trunk be there? The hole that has the rubber body plug to gain access to the shock nut.
  5. I am going with the 4-speed because I have a Q-code 4 speed parts car. As for a clutch I bought a $100 LuK clutch for my 70' Torino M-code 4 Speed and it handled the power just fine. Of course the engine was stock just like my Q-code engine. This is not related but how difficult would it be to swap over the staggered shock set up. The rear sway bar seems pretty straightforward, but when I scrap the car I'd hate to not utilize the staggered shock set up.
  6. Thanks for the reply. That is a relief that the threaded inserts are there. I have a few more questions. Are the consoles different for an automatic vs. manual? If I go with a diaphram style pressure plate, will I still need the clutch pedal assist spring on the pedal hanger? I think I heard somewhere you don't need that. Do you know anyone that can rebuild a Hurst shifter? Mine feels loose and kind of sloppy, if feels like it wants to fall out of gear. Manually shifting the trans by hand feels normal.
  7. Hello everyone, I am new to these forums. I just purchased a 1972 Ford Mustang Mach 1 H-code, auto, unrestored original paint. I don't physically have the car yet which is why I have this question. I will be putting a Q-code, 4-speed drivetrain in it. Are the theaded holes for the frame side z-bar pivot already there? If not how would you add them? Yeah I realize I would need to drill them but adding the threaded insert behind the hole puzzles me. Also were the pedal hangars different between manual and automatic? I know they were the same for previous years.
  8. Hi Everyone I am new to these forums. I am parting out a 1972 Mach 1 Q-code 4 speed. Yes I am using the drivetrain, sorry (The reason I bought the car). As well as the rear trunk, spoiler and steering box, clutch linkage. It is a complete car (minus power steeing pump), power brakes, power steering, no console or fold down seat. Idiot light dash, no a/c. Still has staggered shocks and rear sway bar. It has no console but I have the plastic ash tray piece that goes around the shifter. Disc brake spindles will be available once I swap them off. I need to keep the car rolling.
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