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Just went to Ehay to see what car were for sale(like I need another one)
Found 2 different listings for '70 Mach 1's. Both were "H" codes, and both had 351 Windsors......Both owners said they were show ready, and one said his was original...
I guess I am confused...I have never seen a stock '70 "H" code with a Windsor.....
My mind must really be going bad...
Guess I can list my car on EHAY and say that the 460 is original....everyone else in doing it, why not me???
 

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Isn't the H code on 69/70's a 351 with 2bbl carb.? and M codes were the 4bbl versions of the 351

My 69 and 70 cougars both have 351W, and both are H codes
 

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In 70 all M codes were Clevelands but the H code could be either a Cleveland or a Windsor. So to answer your question yes it could be all original.


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I had a 70 Mach H-code that was a windsor.
 
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from what iv`e seen on the 70s[i have 2, one M an H code]all the 4V 70 cars are 351C`s an the 2V cars were mostly windsors,
one thing i found over the years was it seems like the cars built at the san jose plant [0R05]were the
351C`s[2V] and the T code cars were the 351W[0T05]all the F[0F05] code cars ive seen were M code cars so
that doesent really matter
my H code car is a 351C 2V[0R05]
hope that helps Dave
 
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