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  1. Let's See Your Custom Blue 1965 1966 Mustangs Please

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    Ford Vista Blue
  2. What is the name of this part?

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    Too bad no one reproduces one, I'm sure I'm not the only one that could use one. The rubber boot for the later production just doesn't do it justice since the hole in the fire wall is smaller on the early production cars.
  3. vista blue

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    Thanks guys, I was pleased with my choice of blue and it's a Ford color to boot!
  4. vista blue

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    Here's mine that is painted with Vista Blue.
  5. Throttle linkage brackets on 65

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    I'm running a 4100 and yup, that what mine looks like. Thanks.
  6. Throttle linkage brackets on 65

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    What does the stock spring and bracket look like? I only have a single spring that goes from the bracket mounted under the rear carb stud to the "L" on the linkage.
  7. What the heck did I do the rear brakes?

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    My guess is the wheel cylinders, as mentioned, those cast iron components will rust because of the moisture absorbed by the brake fluid. If the pistons in the wheel cylinders are sticking, all the bleeding of the system isn't going to help. I would pull the rear drums and pull the rubber boots...
  8. Engine bay resto...oh man here we go!

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    After degrease, save yourself some effort and use paint stripper to get to bare metal. That way you can see were you need to wire wheel or just use sand paper to get the rust off. Lots of folks will tell you not use stripper in the engine compartment because you can't get it all off. I say BS...
  9. Dual point vs Single point

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    Has anyone had a distributor recurve done by Glazier Nolan, if so what was the cost?
  10. Upgrading front disc

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    It worked on me, I don't know if I am any cooler but they got my attention. When mine end up being unusable, I have my stock replacements I can put back on.
  11. Upgrading front disc

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    That's the reason I put them on my car, they do look cool.
  12. Dual point vs Single point

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    80 bucks seems reasonable, where did you have yours done? Did it make a noticeable difference once done?
  13. Upgrading front disc

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    Bartl, rotor mass makes sense with regard to heat dissipation, I wouldn't have thought the material loss from a couple of dozen holes would have made enough of a difference to compromise the heat dissipation properties of a standard size vented rotor being used on a street driven car. Learn...
  14. Upgrading front disc

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    What's the issue with drilled rotors? Plenty of folks use them and I've seen them on lots of high end cars.
  15. Dual point vs Single point

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    So is the consensus is to retain the single point/vacuum advance distributor and get it recurved to the Boss 302 specs? From the sounds of it, G/N does the recurve service, any idea as to the cost?
  16. Dual point vs Single point

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    I keep reading about the benefit of having the distributor recurved. I am not familiar with what that entails other than you need to send it off to someone who is specializes in that sort of thing. I do like the way my single point is correct for my engine and if I could tune/recurve it for a...
  17. Dual point vs Single point

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    Good Evening all, looking for some insight on what distributor would be best. I have a 64.5 D code, 4 speed which currently has the stock autolite single point distributor with a first generation Pertronix. My engine is running a mild cam .472/.498 lift, stock heads with bigger valves that have...
  18. Let's see your car in front of.....

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    Here's a pic in front Mel's Gas Station in North Charleston.
  19. What adhesive for rear interior quarter upholstery?

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    I had the same issue using 3M spray adhesive. I tried Permatex spray adhesive I got at Autozone. Good stuff, worked great and it cost less than 3M.
  20. Bizarre Window Issue

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    If the hinge is good, it will be an adjustment issue with the door, window or quarter window or maybe all of the above. Good fitment is a compromise of all three. There are plenty of threads as to how to adjust all three.
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