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Nice day out, PICS of my 466 fox...56k warning

It was 50* out here in NE Ohio, so i wanted to take out the car and work on it some, enjoy my pic whoring.







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Lookin' Good!!!

Sweet! Do the cops bother you about that hood? I had one about 4 inches tall here (VA) and they told me "Take it off or next time I see you, I'm giving you a ticket."

Where's my beer and that half inch wrench?

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They never bother me about anyting, hood on or not. My exhaust is just LT headers, dynomax race bullets and dumps, i think they like it lol.
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Very nice. Could you tell me what car the power steering pump bracket came out of?
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what mounts etc ya running and intake. I think you have about a 4 or 5 inch filter if ya run a 2 with a filter top I wonder what ya could get it to fit under for my own figuring.
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Very nice. Could you tell me what car the power steering pump bracket came out of?
The bracket is the 5.0 a/c eliminator bracket that came on the car when i bought it, i just drilled some new holes, used some bushings and new bolts/washers/nuts, etc. and made some braces on both sides to holf it in place. It works great.
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what mounts etc ya running and intake. I think you have about a 4 or 5 inch filter if ya run a 2 with a filter top I wonder what ya could get it to fit under for my own figuring.
Everyone on stangnet seems to hate my aircleaner so far, but screw them. Its a 5" falt base air cleaner, motor mounts are the ford racing 460 swap ones, intake is an edelbrock torker II.
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Im interested in finding out what you had to do to run the tall valve covers and still have power brakes. I have the Same booster you have now. I am runnig some SCJ factory aluminum valve covers and the drivers side rubs the booster as it is now.

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That looks really nice! Great job on the engine detailing. 8)

New project coming... 1932 Ford 5 Window Coupe 521/C6
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Sweet ride!!!!
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Im interested in finding out what you had to do to run the tall valve covers and still have power brakes. I have the Same booster you have now. I am runnig some SCJ factory aluminum valve covers and the drivers side rubs the booster as it is now.

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When the motor went in the car, i was worried about this also. As soon as i mocked it up, i saw i had a good 3/4 inch room clearance. I don't know why i have that much room, i guess its luck. I used the FRPP swap motor mounts. Left in the stock 5.0 K-member and brake booster too.
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Your Mustang looks great my friend!

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