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Hi.
I'm starting a website about my 66 Coupe. It's a work in progress that I hope to have back late this month.

Check out the website and let me know what you guys think. Plus, my spelling is equal to that of a 5th grader, so I could use some help there too! (no spell check in my HTML program!)

Thanks,

Tom

http://members.home.net/tomtalford/

66 Coupe:
302, AFR heads, Tremec 5 speed, Performer RPM, MSD Ignition, 9" w/ 3.70 gears, 4 wheel disc, subframe connectors, etc
 
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wow, thats quite a car. But I never would have bought a classic from a dealer. I looked at many stangs before I finally found the right one and I looked at a couple at dealerships. They had slopy paint jobs, the interiors were always a mess, and the engine was always dirty with new chrome stuff on them to at least make them look fast. great web sight!!! cant wait to hear how much power it will put out when the engine is finished!!good luck
 
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Very impressive looking car. I'd like to see the dyno numbers with the new setup when you get it running. Also, just out of curiosty, how much is the new setup costing?

'67 Coupe project car (Did I say project car? I meant pile of rust)
http://www.americainter.net/~fevans/tangdar.jpg
 
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I'll have pictures of the installed motor and disc brake setup late next week.

I expect to have the car on the same Dyno late this month, and I'll put those numbers up as soon as I get them.

I'd like to get it to the strip in Carlsbad for a couple of 1/4 mile passes too.

About the cost of the setup. Dont ask!!!! But that's what overtime and credit cards are for right?? At least that's what I tell myself so I can sleep at night!


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66 Coupe:
302, AFR heads, Tremec 5 speed, Performer RPM, MSD Ignition, 9" w/ 3.70 gears, 4 wheel disc, subframe connectors, etc
 
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Look forward to the new pics and dyno....good luck. And yes overtime is what makes the resto project goround.
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'67 Coupe project car (Did I say project car? I meant pile of rust)
http://www.americainter.net/~fevans/tangdar.jpg
 
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