There was a train named the Sam Hill that ran between Detroit and Port Huron. Thomas Edison sold newspapers on that train and supposedly had a lab set up in the baggage car. The "Sam Hill" train is (was) in the Ford museum in Dearborn, MI last I knew. Anyone know if it is still there? Just curious.
65 Conv., 65 & 66 Coupes and the remains of
a 66' Coupe with 6 cyl. engine and V-8 3 spd.
I replaced front brake lines and had booster, MC and distribution block professionally rebuilt. I can lock up rear drums but not front disc on an original 1967 GT fast back. So, I am guessing rear proportioning valve needs rebuild/replace as well. I bought Classic Tube set from NPD for the whole...
I’m going to get them welded on but have a bolt-on kit I’m installing right now. The rear is supposed to attach via a threaded hole on the rear subframe. Due to being 50 years old I assume, the holes don’t align between the connector and subframe. The subframe hole is shifted about 1/2” towards...
Everyone with a vintage Mustang must be working on their car.
Stuff that Summit usually has in stock is back ordered up to 2 months.
Im about 45 min from Summit and go right by quite a bit, so I swing in pretty often to pick stuff up.
67 Mustang MC backordered until 1 Sep.
No 4100 carb...
So I was cleaning out my trunk when I found some parts that I have no idea what they are...one looks like a piece of cardboard glued to the back of the well-liner...it is in fairly bad shape and I assume is original to the car...what is it (see first picture)?
The second piece I...
I recently noticed a pool of oil in a crevice of my engine.
Last time I thought it was just coolant since its right under the thermostat housing, but earlier I accidentally dropped the napkin on the side fender after trying to soak it and it was oily!
Anyway, the engine is still hot...