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restoration and repair of old cars,mustangs and Ford products also like American Motors products. Like old steam locomotives and trains.
Slow drivers in the left lane. People who are inconsiderate of others.
There is no such thing as a stupid question.
My Dream Mustang
1967 fastback with a SOHC427 and no chrome clutter
U.S. Coast Guard veteran-Boarding Officer,search and rescue,aides to navigation,drug interdiction. Have experience with marine power plants, marine construction i.e. crane-pile driver operator. Built hydraulic power units,welder-fitter. Repaired and maintained bucket trucks for Jacksonville Electric Authority. Was in charge of the alternate fuel vehicles for the City of Jacksonville(Propane). Have attended GM and Ford factory schools. Repair and maintanance of Chevrolet and Ford police vehicles for the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office. In total I've been turning wrenches for about 40 years.
1967 Mustang fastback, 5.0 GT40 crate engine,B 303 cam 1.7 Cobra roller rocker arms,Weiand Stealth intake,Holley 600 cfm 4010 carb,Mallory Comp9000 distributor,Mallory coil,Canton 7qt. oil pan,Melling high volume oil pump with ARP pump drive,Holley blue elect. fuel pump, Canton windage tray,B&M C4 trans.,B&M 2400 stall converter, 9in rear axle with Auburn limited slip,3.50 gear ratio,lowered upper control arms with neg.wedge kit,1 1/8in front sway bar, 620 coils, KYB shocks,sub frame connectors,5 leaf rear springs,3/4in rear sway bars,Traction Master traction bars, 94 Mustang front seats,B&M Quick Silver shifter,MSD6AL ign.box,rear seat delete,trunk mount battery,competition seat belts,68 mustang collapsable steering column,quick ratio steering box,PowerMaster 100amp alt.,Flex a Lite elect. cooling fan,external trans.cooler with elect.cooling fan,3 row wide passage rad. Milidon high flow water pump,AutoMeter gauges installed in factory cluster,American Racing NASCAR style wheels 15inx8in fr.&rr. 225-50fr. 235-60rr.,77 Granada frnt. disc brakes(manual)
Chuck.Thanks for the kind words.Always good to meet people like yourself who dont mind sharing their knowledge and experience with others..and that's quite a resume you have there!...Yeah,you gotta see that show too...all about(aboot?) a bunch of misfits in and out of jail and what they get up to..its addictive!..Cheers,Man!...Lloyd
This is pretty cool. I just registered into this forum trying to get some info for my father-in-law's brother who ironic enough lives in greece and is looking for parts to restore his mustang ll. I live in jacksonville and am also a former Coast Guard BO. I served onboard the USCGC Thetis out of Key West, as well as small boat station St. Inigoes. I conducted the most boardings in the 5th district in 93'. I moved to Jax last year for my job, I work for GM. If you get this post soon, hit me back. I'm trying to get some info for my father-in-law "Vasilios" he'll be here for a week.
Hi Charles, nice job on your profile page and your 67 Mustang sounds like one heck of a ride. GT40 5.0L gotta be nice! Would love to see a few pictures if you have any you could upload to your members gallery. Also wanted to thank you for taking the time to help so many of our fellow mustangers in the Classic forums. From reading your posts you definately know your way around a Mustang.