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Well my engine is now done being rebuilt and I just finished getting it ready for Dyno testing which will take place next week. I'll post the numbers when I get them but dont expect much. Its basically a stock HiPo bored .030 over, 3 angle valve job, Cobra intake, roller rockers, Tri-Y headers, ported intake & exhaust and a Pertronix ignition.
Pictures here (last ones on page)

http://www.aopclick.com/mustang_pics.htm

John
 

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Checked out the pics....good for you !
I can't even imagine tackling a restoration of that magnitude.
 

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Yes it was. Worth every penny too. I would not strip another any other way.

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Looks good!

I had the same oil cap on my Branda tall covers after mine was rebuilt. It was blown off or vibrated off somewhere. . . It sure was a nice looking cap. :( I hope you have better luck than I did. I ended up replacing it with one for a 68(?) F100.

Good luck on the Dyno!

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All I can say is.. WOW, Nice work.. The engine looks good too ::

AJ
 
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