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  1. Classic Talk
    Hi, I saw this yesterday and I have a doubt: "A Marti Report revealed Ford built 2,932 coupes for 1967 “with these engine/transmission codes,” referring to the 390 with 4-speed. Marti’s book, “Mustang … by the Numbers (1967-1973) reveals additional breakdowns of 543 and 4,403 of the...
  2. Classic Talk
    The one and only 1967 Shelby GT500 is up for auction. It was built to show off a new set of tires, and it sports a GT40 427 V8. And it's going to go for a whole lot of cash. Carroll Shelby was more than just the guy who built fast Mustangs in 1967. He also had the west coast distributorship for...
  3. Classic Tech
    Hello allfordmustangs! I acquired a 1967 mustang 6cyl. I have done some research but sorry if this has been already gone over. I want to get an 89-93 gt mustang donor car and make a sort of restomod. I understand that it's not just dropping the engine in and you're good to go but what I'm...
  4. Classic Talk
    Hi all, I've got a 67 coup mustang that my parents bought new, gave to me as a teenager, rebuild the motor twice, but has now sat idle for the past 15 years. It needs body work (which I realize I can't do) because of several rust spots. I'm looking for a shop/person that does quality work at...
  5. Classic Talk
    Recently found a 1967 Coupe that needs restoration. Vin says it was originally Brittany Blue, and has the original (rebuilt) 200cc I6 in it. I am restoring it with my grandfather, and we were both debating on how original to keep it. We love the Pepper Gray Metallic color as well. Grandfather...
  6. Introductions
    I have a 67 GT Fastback I just pulled out of the barn. My father brought it back from California 25 years ago and now I'm looking to get it back on the road. Everything is original besides the block. The 390 that it came with was left behind and I was wondering what the best route is to bring...
  7. Classic Tech
    Installing a Duraspark II system with the inferno coil and dyna modudle in my mustang and I screwed away setting the timing and position of the rotor and distributor. All wiring set up correctly and I'm getting a spark at the spark plug. How I messed up the setting of the rotor from the old...
  8. Classic Tech
    So, I've been throwing around the idea of a 351 for my mustang for a little while now. I was thinking mostly of using stock parts, and that made me think. "What do I want now?" Since there's three 351's to choose from, the Windsor, Cleveland, and Modified. And as far as stock power goes the...
  9. Classic Tech
    Hello all, New to the forums here and before anyone says "do it yourself", I am still learning the basics of auto work/maintenance. I own a 1967 Mustang GT-A model that needs, at the very least, a power steering pump rebuild, or at the most a new one all together. I don't have the...
  10. Classic Tech
    Hey guys, just created an account here on allfordmustangs.com, and am glad to be here. anyway... So i currently own a 1967 coupe, with a 351w and a c4 trans. It has always bugged me that i was an automatic, so i keep thinking of cheap ways that i could swap in a stick shift. Today, after...
  11. Classic Tech
    Is there any certain way to remove the coils and shocks from the front suspension in order to cut the coils?
  12. Audio, Video, Navigation & Alarms
    Has anyone used CJ ponies Subwoofer setup that goes in your trunk and mounts to the back of your rear seat?
  13. Classic Tech
    Got a problem with my 1967 Mustang... Just went through a rebuild with the 200ci Inline 6 engine. Rebuilt the head, new pistons, gaskets, etc. Also installed a power disc brake kit for the front. The car idles well while in park, but the minute you put it in drive the rpms shift lower, and if...
  14. Classic Tech
    I picked up a 67 coupe in South Carolina. The place I got it from has a 68 Cougar with a 9 inch rear end. This is my first Ford rebuild so I know little about the 9 inch. He says it will bolt right up but I want to verify that. The other question I have is its configuration. Since I've worked...
  15. Classic Tech
    Hey everybody. I did some searches on the boards here, but I couldn't find and clear answers on where to start with diagnosing what's going on with my car. In a nut shell, the turn signals don't work when I use the directional lever (read: actually want to signal to other drivers that I am...
  16. Introductions
    Hi all. Just joined up today so I'll introduce myself before posting in the forums. I go by the name Mac. I've owned a 1967 Fastback with a fuel-injected 302, 4 speed top loader for a few years now. I've let her run her course with many a coast cruise but she's now ready for her full...
  17. Introductions
    Im new here, but im tryinging to figure out more ideas and have any questions i have answered properly by the best people i could think to ask, which, is everyone here. I have a 1967 coupe that had an original 289 and a three speed. I sold my drive train to my dad for his 1961 Ranchero. So heres...
  18. Classic Tech
    I have a 1967 Mustang with the original 6 cylinder 200 engine. I keep replacing (and gapping) the points in the distributor, and get about a dozen starts before they burn out. I have placed a voltmeter on the battery and get 12 volts. I do the same with the engine revved to see if the...
  19. Classic Talk
    In the image I attached, you can see that part of the trim is missing in the rear of my Mustang. If anyone knows what that exact piece is called and if there is a better place to buy it than CJPonyParts.com, that would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. (P.S. Yes, I gave her a car wash)
  20. Classic Tech
    VIN 7R01C237xxx Block casting C6Ae-6015-C Block casting date 7E9 Intake casting date 7D4 Engine tag 289 E 67 ME 236 B I am looking at the engine found in a 1967 Mustang coupe, built in August of 1967. This is a very late model year build. The vin on the car is 7R01C237xxx. The number on the...
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