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    I’ve got a C4OE-6015-C 289 block that I’ve had for about 25 years. The code is cool because it’s an early 5-bolt that could be used as a Hi-Po restoration (don’t know it’s history, but it’s right for a K code). BUT! The really cool part to me is that the casting code is 4D17!!! That’s right...
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    Hi so i am new to all of this but my uncle gave me his old 64 mustang straight 6 and i am trying to figure out how to install the ignition coil - i need to know where in the engine bay it goes and hot to connect it to the battery/engine
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    Hey all, Glad to be here. Just bought a 65 coupe with a 302/5 speed...hoping to talk to some true car guys/gals about whats next. Looks like theres some great people here and looking forward to showing off some awesome cars with you guys. Pics and more info coming soon!! Thanks rock on...
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    Hello everyone, I just bought an 27 roadster that has a fresh 289 block C40E-6015C, casting date 4B3 (early Feb 1964), 302 heads, 289 internals, no miles on the rebuild. I've been told by a few people this is a not so common block that early Mustang builders would likely want. I'm considering...
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    Hello all, I am fairly new to this forum but have learned lots of knowledge so far. My dad and I are in the process of working on our family mustang as I am home from college and getting it road ready. It is a 289 4 barrel with generator (obviously) and as it has been weathered for many years...
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