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Old 06-28-2007, 11:52 AM
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So here is a shot of the rear floor after some..(ugh!) work...The subframe connectors are there too........................D
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Old 07-02-2007, 11:54 AM
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Got started redoing my engine compartment.........have the dash pulled apart to refinish and pulled the heater out.................D
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Darren,

You gonna leave the heater box out? Looks like you've been working hard! Keep posting the progress pics :wink:
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Yeah Damon I'm leaving it out...dont need it around here anyways.....got rid of some xtra weight and made more room for stuff I'm going to put behind the dash...........D
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Yeah Damon I'm leaving it out...dont need it around here anyways.....got rid of some xtra weight and made more room for stuff I'm going to put behind the dash...........D
Good idea.......... Don't need a heater in Texas anyway :P
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Old 07-02-2007, 05:15 PM
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Gawd I love big Ford cars.... All of 'em lol.

Dog, you are doing the hard work for sure and doing a nice job. Be proud!

Whats nice about the '71 - '73 as you all may know is Ford designed them to accept big blocks. Then we know what all happened with gas and pollution control...
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Old 07-03-2007, 12:28 AM
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Thanx man....I love the car as there is no way I would be able to do all of this if I didnt.....it is taking way too long though but I have to thank all of you guys for giving me the fortitude to go out there and work on it.....D
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Hi D,
Nice car man. Seeing those pics is giving me flashbacks. It's a lot of work. But it's all worth it. 8)



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Old 07-03-2007, 11:46 AM
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Hey Harleydave...I was wondering where you were.......how are things going?....Whats up with your project?.....let me know....laters....D
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Devildog, that is nice looking hood scoop. Can you help me by telling where did you got it? I have the original dimension Boss 429 scoop and it is too low for my combination. I would like to get a taller Boss 429 scoop for my '72 Mach 1.

Does your scoop attach to scoop with studs? There is one nice Boss 9 on e-bay but it has wide flanges for mounting it to hood. I would like to have similar without the flanges but with the studs. Thanks allready. I'll try attach a picture from my Mustang here tomorrow.

[url=http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Hood-Scoop-Mustang-Boss-429-style-fiberglass_W0QQitemZ250137182247QQihZ015QQcategory Z33646QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem]
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Old 07-03-2007, 09:35 PM
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D, I'm always lurking around on here. Just don't have much to say.
I'm finally thru working 6-10's so maybe I'll have time to get mine back together. The motor plates are finished, just need to fab the frame mounts. The rack & pinion is also mounted. Need to cut the shock towers for those big a$$ A-Heads and fab the headers. Now that I have more time I think I'll go watch the BBF BASH DVD for some motivation :lol:
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Here are few pictures from my Mach 1 as I promised. Hope you like it. Does anyone know where to get those tall Boss 9 scoops, would look good on my hood?

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Old 07-04-2007, 11:18 AM
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Hey Finmach.......thanx for posting the pics.......That boss scoop does attach with studs...I have no idea who actually made the scoop.....bought it a long time ago at Ford Man's Mustang here in town....I still have it somewhere around here but I think its cracked...I have a new hood that I had made and will use now.....I will post a pic of it.....D
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Finmach, I believe the scoop I'm using is the same as Devildog's. It is from unlimited products, part# pr-63, try this link, hopefully it works. http://www.up22.com/scoopw3.htm#PR-6
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Thanks a bunch David! Link worked just as you wrote and that is exactly what I am looking for! Thanks again!
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