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Hi, just got my 1965 Mustang fastback out of storage -Its been there for almost 20 years. My original 6 (not in the car) is the 200 CID version and has a aquare metal tag rivited about 5" above the passenger side motor mount. The tag reads:
What does this tag mean? Thanks for any guidance-Will
also forgot to mention, the tag is the same color (blue) as the engine block...
What about the wording "power-pak"? Could that be some sort of modification/option available in 1965? Everything looks original, and with the tag the same paint color, it just seems more like a add on to stock ....Just brainstorming here...thanks
Yeah, I agree it must have been rebuilt as the tags states that. So what does Power-Pak" mean? The tag seems to have the same original paint as the block. Could it be some option from Ford? Heres a picture or two.