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  1. New Member Introductions
    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...
  2. Build Forum
    Here is the Back Story I just bought a 66 Coupe! Test drove it, bought it, parked it. The next day I was stoked to take the girlfriend the first joyride aaannndd 4 blocks down it completely died. It was her first experience ever pushing a car and she was not happy=.😂 With the help of a buddy...
  3. Vintage Mustang Forum
    I have a 66 mustang that I am swapping a 68 302 into. I bought a pair of GT40 heads, not gt40p, and I was looking to see what all I need to make them fit on my motor that has a .475/.475 cam, flat top pistons, and a weiand stealth intake manifold? I was planning to use JEGS long tube headers...
  4. Mod and Custom Forum
    I own a 1968 Mustang J-Code 302 4BBL with a single point ignition system. Whether it’s going from points or another version of the ignition system, there are many advantages to installing the Ignitor III. Module. For my car that is daily driven, I was hoping to gain more fuel economy and the...
  5. Vintage Mustang Forum
    Hello to all. I recently purchased a 1970 Coupe with the original 302 block and a running 302 4v. It also came with almost all parts needed to complete restoration for $1k. I know, an amazing deal. However, the passenger quarter panel is pretty heavily damaged. Does anyone know where I could...
  6. Mod and Custom Forum
    Hi everyone, I bought a pair of flotek heads (Small Block Ford 180cc/58cc | FloTek - Evansville, IN) and I wanted to build a 302 with a good cam that can rev to 7000 RPM. I was reading the info on the website and it says the heads have a range up to 5500 RPM, does that mean the engine wont be...
  7. Vintage Mustang Forum
    Hello all. I am currently looking at a 1970 Mustang Fastback that originally came with a 302 (not boss) and thinking about buying it. However, the wiring harness is completely missing as is the engine and dash. How hard is it to rewire one of these? Also I’m open to any suggestions of which...
  8. Vintage Mustang Forum
    I just came across a really good 1978 Granada with a 302. Are all the parts basically bolt-on from this to a 1965 Mustang? My research is leaning yes, but I'm having a hard time finding specifics. Trying to figure out what I would need to buy on my own. At this point I think it might be drive...
  9. Vintage Mustang Forum
    Video -Timing is set at 13 BTDC -MSD distributor is set up with 21 degree blue bushing and 2 blue light springs -Idle at 1200 - 1300 rpms -Vacuum at 18 - 19 Hg Does the idle seem a bit high? I can’t seem to dial it down (idle speed screw) without losing vacuum. See video for details.
  10. Vintage Mustang Forum
    Hey guys! New to the forum so I first want to thank y’all for having me! So, I’m sure this has been beaten over the head but I can’t really find complete information. I bought a 65 mustang a couple years back that I’ve been slowly rebuilding. I really got no background info on the car so I...
  11. Vintage Mustang Forum
    WHAT YALL DOIN? DROP SOME PHOTOS! - MY PICS WILL COME ASAP Extended (influenced) :sneaky: my quarters out ward about an inch each side to accommodate my diff width (rear end's out of a 69). Removed rust (and prior repairs) on the bottom of the quarter panels towards the front of rear wheels...
  12. Vintage Mustang Forum
    I put a 1987 Ford 302 truck (block) engine into my 1967 Mustang coupe. It's bored .30 over, roller 1.6 rockers, B303 cam, etc. I'm using the 1987 H.O 302 firing order. The problem is that I cant get the engine to run completely correct. I just replaced the spark plugs, but i'm only firing on 4...
  13. 69' Playing in the Field

    69' Playing in the Field

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