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This is all I've really got to offer this thread, that's not Bronco. Since winter is coming up fast though... I figure "why not".
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My Grandma and Grandpa about 15 years ago, with their 66 mustang. 289 v8 automatic and beaded seat covers

Edit: this is more like 20 or so years ago, they moved back to KS in about 2000 and this was before that in the Ozarks. Grandpa passed in 2003 and Grandma in 2015. At one point he had like 11 cars and 4 boats and a lot of bills haha!


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Great pic! A friend of mine owned one of the original FIA cars back in '83. I got to drive it. It was fast and loud.
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Here you go Rusty:



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Now that's a little pricey. I would go with this.
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You link to the site, but don't share a pic of this 830 ci monster?!

Says "call or email for pricing"


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You link to the site, but don't share a pic of this 830 ci monster?!

Says "call or email for pricing"

2000 hp would I need a Nine inch.
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I think the 8.8 will be fine behind that
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A good friend of mine was running one of those Kaase Hemi's, on juice, in his pro modified Mustang. Sadly he passed away a few years ago and it's just sitting in his old shop getting picked apart by everyone.

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I like this thread, several interesting things posted so far.
Surprised others in the group like the t-bolts as much as I do. Just something about those.

To add to the thread, My Father's on going '68 cougar project.

Intake for this came from Holman Moody. Just a little 520 stroker. The 2 4 barrels is the reason for the hood scoop as well


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Something for us who carry a big six...

I've gotta imaging this came from the one and only Frenchtown Flyer. Note the crossflow head that "never existed". I believe this engine makes 100 hp per cylinder

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DOHC ford 300 six. Canted valves and hemi chambers.





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Look at this flat head FORD 560 HP+
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TTB has always had it's issues.......


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I like this thread, several interesting things posted so far.
Surprised others in the group like the t-bolts as much as I do. Just something about those.

To add to the thread, My Father's on going '68 cougar project.

Intake for this came from Holman Moody. Just a little 520 stroker. The 2 4 barrels is the reason for the hood scoop as well
IDK, those Cougars RX7's with the 351 Clevelands a year later, were a hell of a lot of fun to drive. Those 351 C motors were a personal favorite of mine. Supposedly there were able to make more HP per cubic inch than any other motor available at that time. Canted valves the same size as a big block Chevy, huge intake ports, Nodular Iron crank, "eyebrowed pistons", need I go on?
P.S.: I still have one DHOE motor upstairs.

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Ford was a little nuts on over lapin engines in that period

1954–1964 Y-block V8—small-block Ford/Mercury/Edsel (239/256/272/292/312)
1958–1968 MEL V8—big-block Mercury/Edsel/Lincoln (383/410/430/462)
1958–1976 FE V8—medium-block Ford/Edsel

1958–1971 Generation I (332/352/360/361/390)
1962–1973 Generation II (406/410/427/428)
1965–1968 Ford 427 side oiler
427 SOHC**

1958–1981 Super Duty truck engine—big-block (401/477/534)
1962–2000 Windsor V8—small-block (221/255/260/289/289HP/302/351W/Boss 302)
1968–1997 385 V8—big-block (370/429/Boss 429/460/514)
1970–1982 335/Cleveland V8— small-block (351 Cleveland/400/351M/Boss 351

1972–1985 Ford Australia produced Cleveland V8 engines 302/351 (Geelong plant)
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Ok my picture 1970 mach 1
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My friends and I nearly destroyed one of those in our youth.
somebody should have stepped up and slapped this sh!t out of us.
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Mocking up the Daytona Coupe over the Cobra chassis. Pete Brock was ahead of his time.




















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