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My 67 Mustang has been up on jackstands in my garage far too long now. I need to catch the fever and get it running again. This Forum and attending the Knotts show should do the trick. Before I fire it up what should I do? I'm gonna change the oil, add coolant and find a battery. Its just a little ol 289 balanced and blueprinted with HP heads. I need to replace the clutch to drive it and the new parts are sitting on the passenger floor. fd

1967 GT coupe been in my garage since 1974
1993 Ranger ExtCab 4.0L daily driver
1996 Aerostar wifes ride
 

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Hi, mine sat for 13 years and I pulled the plugs shot in some WD-40 let it sit awhile then cranked it without the coil wire or plugs till it showed oil pressure then set it up to run and fired it off still ran great after all that time. John

Opal frost pearl metallic 67 coupe http://www.jps.net/binay/webdocs/febef75b01.JPG
also have a 95 opal frost pearl G/T BOSS edition convertible belongs to swmbo
 

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Because rebuilding that holly is a pain in the arse. I think that it has been setting for 8 or 9 years now. But the one big difference is that I never had the internet for help when I had her running, and there are many things that need fixing so stay tuned for more... thanks fd

1967 GT coupe been in my garage since 1974
1993 Ranger ExtCab 4.0L daily driver
1996 Aerostar wifes ride
 
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