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PClark99

Diamond Member
Jan 12, 2000
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I gotta dig up a pick.

2000 GT here.

5 spd, owned it since new, 50,600 miles.

white with black leather.
 

CurseTheSky

Diamond Member
Oct 21, 2006
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Bought a 1966 Coupe with a 289 / 4-speed automatic about a month ago (time flies...). It's in pretty good shape considering the $2800 price tag.

Right now, it badly needs new floorboards, inner fender on the passenger side, some electrical work, ignition and locks (not sure if they're stuck or shot), sanding, and paint. Just got the thing running tonight, and it sounds amazing.

The guy I bought it from put in a brand new carbeurator, solenoid, fuel pump, distributor cap and rotor, and plug wires. 80k miles, and everything is original. The carpet needs to be replaced, but the seats are like new. :eek:

http://i188.photobucket.com/al...-Sky/0519071559-00.jpg

http://i188.photobucket.com/al...-Sky/0519071559-01.jpg

The pictures were taken on a camera phone, so excuse the quality. Keep in mind - the missing paint chips and uncut grass adds horsepower.
 

foghorn67

Lifer
Jan 3, 2006
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1967 coupe. 289, built with a bunch of goodies.
Most embarrassing story with this is leaving a shop towel on the lifter valley while installing the heads. Buttoned it all up, only to realize there was a towel sticking out of the intake manifold and cylinder head.
linky
 

QueBert

Lifer
Jan 6, 2002
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Originally posted by: zerocool84
Insert obligatory FORD comment here:
best ranked car company according to JD Power numbers recently released. Take that you Honda/Toyota fanbois!

 

exdeath

Lifer
Jan 29, 2004
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Originally posted by: zerocool84
Insert obligatory FORD comment here:
Frequently Outperforming Rice Dumps
At least the venomous variety :D

Originally posted by: foghorn67
Insert Honda connecting rod into your_________
Nah, make em use a Ford SVT Manley H beam rod so it has to go in whole. The Honda rods will be easy and painless being in multiple pieces *snicker*
 

zerocool84

Lifer
Nov 11, 2004
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Just cus someone doesnt like Fords automatically means they like Honda??? Ehh you Ford people never change.
 

Zenmervolt

Elite member
Oct 22, 2000
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Originally posted by: zerocool84
Just cus someone doesnt like Fords automatically means they like Honda??? Ehh you Ford people never change.
Well, your neon's not worth making fun of, so we moved up a class to the Hondas. One riced out econobox is the same as another. Did you honestly expect to come in and thread crap like that and not have anyone get pissed off? Are you really that stupid?

Come back when you have a car that powers the proper pair of wheels.

ZV
 

Jahee

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Sep 21, 2006
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Originally posted by: foghorn67
1967 coupe. 289, built with a bunch of goodies.
Most embarrassing story with this is leaving a shop towel on the lifter valley while installing the heads. Buttoned it all up, only to realize there was a towel sticking out of the intake manifold and cylinder head.
linky
Wow thats beautiful!
 

GoatMonkey

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I have a 99 Mustang GT. It's black with gray interior. Tinted windows, Alpine head unit, 18x9 and 18x10 Saleen Replica Hypercoated wheels, Eibach Pro Plus suspension kit, Hawk HPS brake pads, and of course the standard K&N filter. I'll post some pics later, I don't have access to them from work.
 

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