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      secluff replied to the thread 1973 Mach 1 Marti.
      Radios were not standard on any '71-3 Mustang. If the dealer or customer ordered no radio, they came with a radio cover plate in the...
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      secluff replied to the thread 1973 Mach 1 Marti.
      As nice as the Marti report is, it is not a Ford-generated document but is a compilation of what Marti's staff interprets as being on...
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      secluff replied to the thread Trunk panels.
      Hello Steve, I like all-year Mustangs, even the Mustang IIs, so I'm not picking on any particular year! But you have to be a member of...
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      secluff replied to the thread Oil cap, breather ID 1971 351C.
      Hello Ryunker, The OE oil fill caps used on all '71-3 Mustangs are open with no inclosed filter, unlike the caps used on earlier engines...
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      secluff replied to the thread R code Grande.
      Ford opened the order bank for the '71 351 CJ to the dealers in May '71. That is close to the end of that year's production run in the...
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      secluff replied to the thread Mystery Bolt Hole in Bellhousing.
      Hello dawson357, The bell housing in your possession with the "Mystery" hole is showing its origins. This particular bell housing is...
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      From early '72 production (from 10/1/71) and forward, Ford switched to a window handle with a non-replaceable clear knob. The...
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      secluff reacted to Hemikiller's post in the thread Manifold Vacuum Tree with Like Like.
      The large port on the manifold tree is for power brakes. The dual steel line unit is the 73-only dual area auto trans modulator vacuum...
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      secluff replied to the thread Hello from Reno, Nevada.
      Hello Greg, According to Marti's info, 5,988 hardtops and 2,987 convertibles were produced with the $51.00 exterior Decor group option...
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      Hello Chris, If you are looking for driver-quality rear bumper guards, check with Don @ Ohio Mustang Supply (OMS) or Mike @ MotorCity...
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      secluff replied to the thread Original Invoice.
      Hello Rene, That is unusual for Marti not to have a copy of the original Ford invoice (The Eminger report). He has a Ford database...
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      secluff replied to the thread Serial number question.
      As Hemikiller posted, Ford did not build these cars in a consecutive serial number sequence. For years, most people I talked to thought...
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      secluff replied to the thread Amazing Ford engine from WW2.
      Hey Chuck, That's quite a "Chunk" of an engine! I first found out about this engine by accident, as you did. I had just sold a 534 CI...
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      secluff replied to the thread Die Cast Model.
      The '72 Sprint Mustang, as posted above, was one of the models that did not have a metal camera case or plastic honeycomb panel. Like...
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      secluff replied to the thread Die Cast Model.
      The '71 Boss 351, base sports roof models, and the '72 USA Sprint had a body-color painted rear tail light panel with no applique. In...
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