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 on: Today at 05:41:19 AM 
Started by musclecarman15 - Last post by musclecarman15
Bump

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 on: Today at 05:27:35 AM 
Started by paul - Last post by Bigfoot
You need to go in a 2 seater for a change of pace. Make sure you stretch first.

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 on: Today at 04:03:26 AM 
Started by cobradad - Last post by zray
"......Any more driving will result in chocolate milkshake pouring out of the valve covers!! 

Rob


Not to mention the minor things like burned out piston rings,  trashed main bearings, rod bearings, and grooved cylinder walls.


Z

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 on: Yesterday at 10:32:58 PM 
Started by cobradad - Last post by robert campbell
Clarence,
From the one picture the rocker and the valve tip look "ok".  As that that can be seen from one picture of one valve tip and one rocker.

Water in the oil will reduce its viscosity and its cushioning ability to function as a wear agent.  Now the mystery is where it is getting into the oil?  Normally, a blown head gasket.  But, not always.  You have a hugely valuable engine that needs to get to the bottom of this ASAP. If it was mine, I would pull it immediately and get it disassembled down to the block to discern the source.  Each engine piece carefully inspected.

Any more driving will result in chocolate milkshake pouring out of the valve covers!! 

Rob

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 on: Yesterday at 09:51:27 PM 
Started by paul - Last post by SFM6S087
Believe I have a similar experience riding in the car with a women (a.k.a. The wife) she has these things she calls hot flashes and begins to disrobe, while my attention is distracted she will reach for the wallet and remove money. She puts her clothes back on and goes into a store and returns with "stuff"  What the items cost is never mentioned but the savings are. Example "look what I bought I saved $10". I ask how much did it cost and am given a stare that will melt ice and blister paint and the words repeated " I saved $10)
I occasionally open my wallet and find $20s replaced with $1s and a note telling me she will "pay me back ". I guess the flashes are the payback.

That gives new meaning to the phrase "hot flashes." Think about it.

Steve

 6 
 on: Yesterday at 09:19:00 PM 
Started by MyShelbyDream - Last post by MyShelbyDream
What year cars used this push on design?  I know it's not for '67.

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 on: Yesterday at 08:54:30 PM 
Started by MyShelbyDream - Last post by Bob Gaines
The off set trademark is not a typical example. It would not be something one would want on a car being restored to look like assemblyline IMO. More like a example of what not to get IMO.

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 on: Yesterday at 08:46:24 PM 
Started by MyShelbyDream - Last post by MyShelbyDream
Not mine, but I thought someone on here might like it.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/FoMoCo-Oil-Breather-Filler-Cap-OEM-1965-1967-Push-on-Style-Ford-/222454742098?hash=item33cb55fc52:g:rpUAAOSw2gxY2odI&vxp=mtr

Very nice original factory FoMoCo stamped oil filler cap.  Push on style.
Finish looks like polished steel but hard to tell if not chromed. Filter mesh is missing inside.  No dents.  This came off of a 1967 Mustang many years back. It is an original factory Ford piece - no overseas junk.

Buy It Now: $59.95

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 on: Yesterday at 08:45:39 PM 
Started by 1968GT350 - Last post by 1968GT350
Apparently our cat approves of the wheels and tires that are waiting for our GT350 when it gets out of paint.

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 on: Yesterday at 07:52:48 PM 
Started by KR Convertible - Last post by TLea
I have car built 6 days later. Dates vary from 7/67 to mid Nov. Most engine parts early to mid nov

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