64 ford falcon sprint pro street resto mod
VIN# built in NJ DSO Boston sold Valentines Day 64 to a woman in Colorado. I have the original paperwork. Given as a gift? Not sure I never tried to track her down. I do have her name.
Body Color Trim Date DSO Axle Trans
63E X 66 12c 11 4 5
Im not sure when it made it back to MA.
1974 302 seasoned block
1966 289 heads
T10 Berg Warner 4 speed transmission Hurst Shifter
Work done in 2004 with very few miles
Eddlebrock dual plane intake
All new frontend from PST including Polygraphite bushings super front end kit
1 front sway bar
Spring perch and pitman arm and 1 inch sway bar
9 rear rebuilt with 411 gears and Detroit lockers
Transmission blow shield
Aluminum battery box
SSBC kit #A120-2 front disc brake system force 10 classic
SSBC adjustable Proportioning valve
Cloyes double roller timing chain
Hex-A-Just roller timing set with adj fuel pump eccentric
Motor gaskets, hoses
Fuel tank in the trunk.
Work done in 2005-2006
Pro Weld rims with Mickey Thompson tires
Hays performance clutch kit #85-210
Mister Gasket high performance cooling fan
Jegs aluminum radiator 2 row 1 core
3/8 aluminum fuel line
Lower X member from Dearborn
Lakewood Bell housing
Milodon 8 quart oil pan
Work done in 2007
Hooker competition headers Jegs #5206901
Hays fly wheel billet steel #12-735
25 spline slip yoke
Custom built driveshaft balanced
Work done in late 2008
East-coast electronics Alternator
Polygraphite leaf spring bushings
Rear axle perches
MSD 6A ignition box with a ford electronic distributor timing set at 8 - 38
Auto-lite #44 Spark plugs one cooler then stock
MSD 8.5 mm wires #31199
Rear drums cut and pads
Moroso One inch carb spacer 4 holes style for torque
All fluids changed, trans, rear, radiator flush, high flow 180 stat. synthetic blend motor oil and filter
Work done in 2009
All the fine tuning has been done and it is very reliable and ready to enjoy.
Classic Chambered Exhaust Powersticks 2.5 mandrel bends pluming out the back. It has a very crisp sound, loud but proper.
Custom driveshaft parking brake
Holley Street Avanger 670 vacuum secondary with dark yellow spring. #37 shooter,30cc #65
Fuel pump from Nascar team Yates installed 4-09. Running through a Holley electric unit with the ground disconnected, but ready to hook up if needed for the strip.
Seat belts front and back
2009 passed inspection sticker.
Rearend Ford 9 inch repair
Yes, you can do it. I replaced all bearings, ring and pinion gear, set the pinion gear preload, put it all back together and it works like butter.
Viper Maverick VS Ford Ranch Wagon - Project Car Dilemma
Have you ever been waist deep into a project car build and just when you feel it's hopeless...another project lands in the driveway? Welcome to my car guy confusion.
As you may know (if you don't just glance at a few of my other videos) my Maverick project keeps getting derailed. Whether it's lack of funds, time, space or energy, I keep losing momentum on that project.
I'm sure all hot rodders deal with this dilemma at some point.
So now I've got this cool '66 Ford Ranch Wagon and it's rough but it's a runner and the more I drive it, the more I like it.
In this video I pose the question...
When is a project too much and how do you choose which project car to work on when something more reasonable falls right in front of you?
I've never been this close to giving up on the Viper Maverick and putting a for sale sign on it.
Please contribute in the comments section with advice.
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1972 ford maverick restomod totally custom
72 ford 302 bored 30 over 331 stroker kit custom paint and interior you dotn see to many of these on the roads today very fun very fast little car e mail me for cash offers and trades Arnoldbaby02@aol.com built turbo cars muscle cars turbo diesels no powersport products
How to make a v10 lamborghini sound with your mouth
Man, this is one heck of a video. You've probably seen - or heard - your buddies, or maybe people on the internet making car noises with their mouth right?
Well this guy, Alexis from Argentina, takes it one step further. He instructs step-by-step how to very accurately replicate the sound of a Lamborghini V10 engine with your mouth, using just a can, some patience, and maybe luck. If you don't want to watch the tutorial and just want to hear the noise, skip to 5:25 to have your eyes, mind, and ears blown away, oh and listen for that epic downshift at 6:15.
Enjoy, fellow car enthusiasts, and live out those childhood dreams.