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Carb back from Pony Carbs
#1
I just got the carb back from Pony Carbs....will get it on soon as I can. I wanted to take a picture before I put it on. It looks fantastic....really impressed with the quality of work.
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2011 F-150, Lariat 4x4, Super Crew
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#2
You´re right man!! this really look fantastic!! If it works as it looks you´re more than fine! Smile

A thumb up for Pony Carbs then!

Congrats!



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#3
Looks great. Absolutely the right answer for you car. Have you been able to start photographing the original parts of the car? It could be helpful to you in the future and many people restoring other 72s.

Chuck
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c9zx;26945 Wrote:Looks great. Absolutely the right answer for you car. Have you been able to start photographing the original parts of the car? It could be helpful to you in the future and many people restoring other 72s.

Chuck
Thank you for reminding me I will do that. How/where would I post those pics?


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Vehicles: 1972 Sprint Sportsroof CJ
2011 F-150, Lariat 4x4, Super Crew
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Sprintsportsroof;26976 Wrote:
c9zx;26945 Wrote:Looks great. Absolutely the right answer for you car. Have you been able to start photographing the original parts of the car? It could be helpful to you in the future and many people restoring other 72s.

Chuck
Thank you for reminding me I will do that. How/where would I post those pics?

Maybe a "Survivor Gallery" could be created. It would be a great reference source for those doing a restoration. Chuck

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#6
Looks so good it should be on display on a shelf!



Mike AKA Ole Pony & Rare Pony

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#7
Bets part is the car runs flawlessly. Absolutely zero hesitation or flat spots, perfect acceleration.

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Vehicles: 1972 Sprint Sportsroof CJ
2011 F-150, Lariat 4x4, Super Crew
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#8
nice!! sounds like they do good work..i know were to send my 4300D now if i ever decided too put it all stock..got it sitting in a box under my desk..lol
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#9
Good to hear your experience with Pony carbs, I've been looking around the web to find someone to build my Motorcraft 2V off the 302 and sent a couple of emails enquiring about turnaround and price. Reading their site, they look very professional and looked to have improved the efficiency of flaws in the old carbs.
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#10
I was reading in Mustang Times that the owner of Pony Carbs just recently passed away, but I understand he left the business in capable hands.



Mike AKA Ole Pony & Rare Pony

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1973 Mustang Convert - Bought in 1974 - Still have it!
2004 Mach 1 Oxford White Auto, Bought Sept 06


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