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  1. Need User Images for New Banner(4 years ago)

    Vintage Mustang Forum
    Post away if you want to be in the new site banner. Prefer high resolution images with no open doors, windows, hoods. High and low angels with no obstructions or shadows. Post them up here and we will try to work them into the upgrade. Jeff
  2. Low oil pressure on new rebuild

    Vintage Mustang Forum
    I thought I'd start a new thread on this subject. I need a check list of things to go over. History. Fresh complete tear down a rebuild by professional engine builder. 0.60 pistons. All new bearings. Crank mice'd out to standard size and new standard bearings used. New Milling HV oil...
  3. 289 Build HP Predictions

    Vintage Mustang Forum
    My engine may blow up the first time it bust off but thought I would get opinions... '67 289 engine block, World Products Sr. heads (some work done to them, well actually a lot of work done to them). 2.018 intake, 1.60 exhaust valves, custom Elgin cam by Dema Elgin, internally balanced RPM...
  4. 66 T Code - T is for Transformation

    Build Forum
    I have had this car for about 4 years. I had started to restore it to original. It's a plain as they come T code. Once I purchased the 66 GT, this car was put on the back burner, no, it wasn't on a burner at all. I am still working on the GT (see the thread link in my signature) but have decided...
  5. 1964.5 mustang V8 with 4 Lug bolt pattern??

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    I m a little confused and hoping someone can help me understand! I have a 1964.5 mustang that has a 289 in it, but it has 4 lug bolt pattern. The Warranty number or VIN is 5F07D51319 and from what i can tell the car is originally a V8 car. so why does it have 4 lug bolt pattern?
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