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richard
richard
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Last Activity: Yesterday, 07:35 PM
Joined: 09-09-2007
Location: uk
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  • It's amazing how we've become so used to the reliability of modern cars, and how when they get the odd rogue one how flummoxed most main agents are.

    Needs to be at a proper specialist with some common sense but that ain't going to happen so reject it....
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  • richard
    replied to Coyote swap in a 65 mmmmmmmm!
    Apologies, wasn't meant to come across as a dig at you but a general observation of some of the attempts to partially reengineer a 50 year old car in the forlorn hope that it will drive like something from this century....
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  • richard
    replied to Coyote swap in a 65 mmmmmmmm!
    When you look at the expense and effort involved in making something that is essetially an amateur built kit car then it might be less hassle to attatch your body panels to a late model. At least Ford have done most of development work. Probably won't fall foul of the points either.
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  • richard
    replied to Turn signals/ running light
    yes

    no red to the front, no white to the rear.

    no blue for obvious reasons

    you should still have a couple of white position lights as well but as you don't need a ticket.........................
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  • richard
    replied to what does a sticking valve sound like?
    Have you checked around the exhaust manifolds, they can crack and also blow from the head port and downpipe joints.

    Best way to check is length of flexible tubing stuck in your ear (anything from heater hose to screen wash tube will do) then try to locate the noise source with the other...
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  • richard
    replied to Tailpipes for 1965 Mustang ideas
    Probably not what you want to hear, but my preference has always been turned down tips invisible behind the rear valance. Straight pipes seem always too low because there isn't a proper cut out.

    Or the GT through the valance maybe.
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