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Someday I hope to have this page together and be a source for info for anyone trying to id their rears-and I mean the ones in their cars.I am also working on a more comprehensive listing of tag numbers/ratios etc, compiling the info from various sources I have, I am trying to have it include more than just Mustang/Fairlane/Cougar etc, by having also some of the popular truck rearends etc.Now if I can just get my nephew the page wizard to help me when I get all the data together.As you can tell I had a bad day inorder to have time to do this stuff.Found out that the 302 motor I had recently bought for my next project-a 64 Fairlane, was not going to be the simple rebuild as I thought.I was told it was an unrebuilt but good running 1979 302, well, surprise,surprise- 30 over pistons, a 10/10 crank, and 4 pistons with cracked skirts! Oh well, check out the picture page below if you like by clicking on the link, at least I feel I accomplished something in the forward direction today!

http://www.geocities.com/kevinstang66/Ninecase.htm

1967 S code GT Deluxe Coupe 65B
1966 Convertible 76B 289 4 speed

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Soldier Regiment d' Carignan, New France 1665-1668
 

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Have you seen the 8" case on the right?

I've got mostly that type laying around the shop along with 9" cases similar to the one on the left...

Nice page and nice selection of housings....unusual to see N cases just laying around, usually they're in a HP street car or race car......

Try specifying picture locations so the page will load more accurately....

Keep up the good work!

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Looks like the 67 and newer and stronger 8 inch case, I have one or two, just haven't gotten around to cleaning them up yet.Last 8 inch I installed in a 67 Mustang using a 67 and up housing-no fill plug on back,forgot to look at the 65 center I was putting in-it didn't have the fill plug, of course I already had everything back together, new gasket,axles in, but couldn't fill it, wonder how many times that has been done over the years?

1967 S code GT Deluxe Coupe 65B
1966 Convertible 76B 289 4 speed

Descendent of Francois Seguin dit Laderoute,
Soldier Regiment d' Carignan, New France 1665-1668
 

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Hey I like your page! I'm not much of a rear end type of guy. I like the top end kind of stuff! *LOL*

Seriously, I booked marked it, Good Job

Doug

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Want a pic of a 9 1/2"
looks like 9" ,but the long top horizontal brace curls down on the right side

[color:red]1965 A code fastback c4 with factory air ,power steering and front disc, 10/64 build ,a pre GT...GT</font color=red>
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What I wanna know is, who let you put those casings on the hood of their car!?!?!? Ouch! *G*

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One correction. The early N-case (C4AW) did indeed come with the "N" on the case front. I have several, all with the "lazy" style letter that is rounded. I have seen one C4AW case that had the "sharp" style N with the pointed type letter. All have the N-marked nodular caps and the N-marking on the inside lip of the case.
I have also seen a few C4AW cases without the N but most have had them.
 
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Thanks for the info on the C4AW case, I haven't been able to get my hands on one myself-seems I always find War cases or the D0OW cases.I am also a bit confused about the part number suffix, is it AB, just A or B, or is it both, a couple of my sources list it differently.I guess I will have to look at more cases next week at Carlisle-and bring my camera.The D0OW case in the picture belongs to a friend of mine, it did not have the N marked caps, a previous 0J21 dated D0OW case I had did.

1967 S code GT Deluxe Coupe 65B
1966 Convertible 76B 289 4 speed

Descendent of Francois Seguin dit Laderoute,
Soldier Regiment d' Carignan, New France 1665-1668
 
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I wasn't thinking too good when I put them on the hood of my beater Cherokee without any cardboard-just looking for the best light-my garage has terrible lighting! Was going to get it ready for a fresh paint this year anyway, now looks like I am going to have to do a little more sanding on the hood.

1967 S code GT Deluxe Coupe 65B
1966 Convertible 76B 289 4 speed

Descendent of Francois Seguin dit Laderoute,
Soldier Regiment d' Carignan, New France 1665-1668
 
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Looks like you have a great car, I love the lines of the early fastbacks and the color is one of my favorites.If you have a picture of a 9 1/2 I would like to see it and maybe use on my page-will have to get my page up to looking as good as yours.Didn't they come in the big towncars?

1967 S code GT Deluxe Coupe 65B
1966 Convertible 76B 289 4 speed

Descendent of Francois Seguin dit Laderoute,
Soldier Regiment d' Carignan, New France 1665-1668
 
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