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(12-06-2018, 09:53 PM)Don C Wrote: Welcome from Oregon.

Not sure why you want the 4300D, they require a lot of care to keep them running. By converting an H code to a Q code you're obviously not worried about originality or concourse. You would have better spent your money on an aftermarket manifold and a good Quickfuel, Holley or Summit carburetor.

Read many blogs about the aftermarket intakes and OEM.  After carefully weighing the pros and cons, I made the educated decision to go with the original wide open OEM intake.  Got a great deal on eBay for one that was tested and reconditioned.
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#22
(12-06-2018, 09:39 PM)jpaz Wrote: Hello and Welcome from Michigan. Ya, nice looking car in the photos. To bad you had that much stuff wrong when you got it, but sure sounds like you got it all fixed back up. Hopefully no more problems.

Thanks!  Still hava ways to go.  Work, family, house, etc......but I'll git'r done!
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#23
(12-07-2018, 08:24 PM)71 gbvert Wrote: Welcome from Illinois!

Thanks!
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#24
(12-07-2018, 11:39 PM)secluff Wrote: Hello from Mississippi. Even though that is not the original color, black just fits these cars like a glove. The urethane front bumper is another one of those Unicorn parts for our cars. None are being reproduced and finding decent used ones is becoming a challenge now. At least there is a chrome bumper option for those tired of looking for the urethane version.
It appears you have already done a lot of work to make this Mach1 road worthy. She sure looks great!
You'll find as a group we are more laid back than the 65-70 folks are. We respect that it's your car and you should "Decorate" to suit your taste. The only thing that would raise eyebrows here would be talk of Chevy powering a 71-73!!
Welcome to your new Mustang home.

Hey Miss-sippi!  Black looks great.  My only other preference would have been silver since it it so dang hot in Houston with the humidity and 9 months of summer every year.....but you have your fair share of heat there!  And yore right!  The 65-70 folks are a tad uptight!  And there is no way in hell that I would blasphemy my precious Stang with a stinkin GM engine!
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(12-07-2018, 05:19 AM)NOT A T5 Wrote: Welcome from Omaha!

Thanks!
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#26
Welcome from San Diego.

- Mike
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#27
Welcome home. Looks like you caught the bug like the rest of us. Great to see your passion for these cars. Keep us posted and of course, more pics as you go.

Scott
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#28
:welcome:: from Germany!

Great you have finished the teething trouble! Like that color combo... thumb

Tim

Never drive faster than your guardian angel can fly Angel
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#29
(12-19-2018, 12:11 PM)timachone Wrote: :welcome:: from Germany!

Great you have finished the teething trouble! Like that color combo... thumb

Thanks! Wie gehts es ihnen!
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#30
(12-19-2018, 01:29 AM)BeerDontCount Wrote: Welcome home.  Looks like you caught the bug like the rest of us.  Great to see your passion for these cars.  Keep us posted and of course, more pics as you go.

Scott

Still working but hope to have the hooves on the ground by then end of January!
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