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  1. 1969 250 Holley carburetor number and source

    Classic Talk
    My mechanic just called me and said he doesn't think my 1969 Holley carburetor is rebuild-able. He suggested I get a new one. I do not know if the Holly was original to the car, but I'm assuming it is, as it has not otherwise been modified. The parts store says $350. Is that reasonable? What is...
  2. 1969 Mustang: 6 cylinder 250 motor mount issue

    Classic Talk
    I have a 1969 6 cylinder 250 coupe. I was looking for motor mounts and talked to Kevin at Mustangs Unlimited and he assured me the 200 mounts would not fit and that nobody makes them for the 250. Is this true? He suggested I look in Hemmings under "services" and find someone who will revulcanize...
  3. 1969 Mustang 250CI/Auto Engine/Transmission Swap to 1978 351w/Manual

    Classic Tech
    Alright guys, I have an 1969 Mustang with a 250 under the hood, I'm starting the work on the 351W right now, But not sure what all I'll need to make this swap go well. The 250 is automatic transmission, The 351W will be manual but has a auto flexplate on it.
  4. 1969 Falcon inline 6 overheating? need help

    Mustang Tech
    i know its not a mustang but its close i have a 69 falcon with from what info i can find and what parts fit has a 250ci 6cyl out of a mid 70s maverick. i replaced all the freezeplugs flushed the engine out replaced the headgasket, thermostat 160 and 180(tried both),50/50 mix, thermostat housing...