Reforma Maverick V8
Este vídeo retrata a evolução do meu Maverick LDO 1979, ao longo de 3
anos, desde o dia do resgate do carro até os dias de hoje em processo de
reforma. Desde então tem passado por melhorias com muita disposição e
determinação. Com a ajuda dos Amigos, Familiares e Graças a Deus !
My old 70 Ford Maverick project
Still working on the old 70 Maverick. Less than 50000 miles but it has sit
most of its life and got run down. Still a long way to go.
Driving the 1971 Ford Maverick From Fast Five
Here in the United States the Ford Maverick is remembered, if it's
remembered at all, as the car that replaced Ford's original compact, the
Falcon, back in 1970.
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FORD 5.0 powered '72 Chevy C10
I've always been a Ford guy. Decided I'd try my luck at Chevy's. Well,
after blowing up two 350's in less then 6 months of owning both, I decided
to do what any Ford fan would, replace that boat anchor 350 with a Ford
engine. 5.0 H.O. out of an '89 Lincoln Mark VII. Engine has a Ford
motorsport F cam and ported E7's. Stock fox body Mustang headers fit perfect, dumping
into 2.5" Exhaust with glass packs
that exit just in front of the rear wheels. C5 trans out of an F150. The
serpentine pulleys and brackets are from an '89 Mercury Grand Marquis, 3G
alternator from a '95 Mustang, Summit Racing HEI
distributor, 600 CFM Edlebrock carb.
Engine is mounted using the stock Chevy frame mounts moved back 2 inches
and '77 F150 motor mounts, transmission is bolted to the stock chevy
crossmember that's in the stock location using a Ford Maverick C4
transmission mount. Chevy speedometer hooked right up to the Ford trans
using a speedometer cable from a '71 F250. The upper radiator hose is made
from pieces cut out of an '89 Mercury Grand Marquis hose with pieces of Exhaust pipe from a '92 Nissan Sentra.
The lower hose is a '73 Maverick hose cut in half with a piece of Exhaust pipe clamped in and universal radiator
flex hose making up the rest of the distance to the stock chevy radiator.
Truck has a 14 bolt rear with unknown gear ratio. Runs and drives great and
getting 16 mpg hwy on mid grade gas.