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For sure the same car garrented, know it well..
Roof was raised by current owner.
27 Kernville, CA 1983 by 26 roadster posted Mar 1, 2011 at 9:47 AM
I have searched the internet, Ford,Mercury, marine and after market. I am unable to identify them.
They are just different.
It is a Clevor...
Not a restorer
I have used a black gold and early Ford diffs in my franklands. You can use small Ford tubes with adapters.
Ford blue is boring....
A friend in Texas gave them to me, said they were Boss 351? He has died on me so no other info available
351c Covers by 26 roadster posted Feb 10, 2015 at 1:39 PManyone know what these came on or brand? May have been chrome.
George was a friend and club member with me all those years ago. I was sorry to hear of his passing.
Enjoy the truck as he did.
saw the car in San Diego in 1967..
turn your switch to the run position and check for 12v into the resistor. no voltage means your switch should be checked. Does your module require...
Old thread, picture worth a thousand words. 350 left[ATTACH] [ATTACH] , 305 right
one of my 27's[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Deputy Sheriff for one more year. Prior US Navy
Rita and I still remember and you have seat (angels roost) at our fire pit for festivities....
Following this enloe, love the valve covers(of course)
Have fun and be safe, done the drive twice in a hot rod, post pics if you have the time. Say hi to any Over The Hill Gang For me(Huey)
49,50, 51 ? I love the car, please keep us in the loop on the build or sale
Save your money and pump it twice and let it warm up! I have never been able to adjust the electric choke. But I am OLD
I am no expert like some, but I have little problem with the radius rod ends, both length and bend. Seems that in a turn the forces placed on them...
This was my lift off top for my 27 back in 1983 at Kernville, CA[ATTACH]
Working on it[ATTACH]
Drove my 31 coupe from California, went on to Atlantic Ocean and back!
Replaced an axle bearing in Memphis and a distributor cap(rained a lot)
great pics, Thanks
on this 32 Ford radiator I used in my Jaguar I used two 10" fans to avoid the water pump. $20 each from Skip White Performance[ATTACH]
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