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1964 1/2 - 1966 / Re: Radiator code
« Last post by Bob Gaines on Today at 02:00:15 PM »
The attached images show the Code, WM0 67 2.
Probably a sill question but I take it that this is a 67 Radiator. For a 66 I assume it should read WM 0 66 2. (Just want to make sure)
Typically a different shape too.
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Wanted Ads / Re: 1969 Doors
« Last post by Ldouble619 on Today at 01:53:05 PM »
Bump
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1964 1/2 - 1966 / Re: 1965-1966 Convertible Power Top Switch Question
« Last post by bryancobb on Today at 12:58:50 PM »
OK...So you latched onto his least significant item in the list.  LOL.  The real reason is to allow very-heavy-gauge wire for the LOOOONG run to the thirsty motor without requiring a $500 Ignition switch.

"so the top could go up without a key if it rained."


Ok... I'll buy that...

Makes sense..... and if the answer is good enough for Midlife.....It's good enough for me!

:o)

Tony K.


 
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1965 - 1970 Shelby / Re: 1966 Shelby GT-350 tachometer / Confused
« Last post by Brant on Today at 12:52:56 PM »
Here is a link to the correct bracket:

http://www.virginiaclassicmustang.com/66-GT-350-TACH-BRACKET-P2974.aspx

It looks like an original (or a bit later, but like original) tach. I don't believe it's a later reproduction that wires up differently than the original. Of course, the wires on the one you have there are just cut off short. It's a common occurrence even though they are easily unplugged.

Here is an original:


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1964 1/2 - 1966 / Re: 375798 Clip
« Last post by jwc66k on Today at 12:38:16 PM »
Chris,
Sorry, that's it. I can add a probable shape from the picture in the 64-65 Chassis Assembly Manual (ref AM005 pg22 & 30), "J", and probable mounting hole from the bolt's size, 3/8 (42772-S8), but that's it. I have not found any other documentation.
Jim
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General Discussion / Re: SAAC Forum down
« Last post by Brant on Today at 12:38:05 PM »
Like so many here, having spent my entire life owning and being fully immersed in this, I ....
Well I donít want to give a whining rant as Iím sure everyone feels the same, I have three quick points to offer:

-It is simply incalculable what has been lost, and the present and future damage that has been done to our cars and hobby, both for us and for their future owners;
-despite the contributions (lost) by so many, and many who were either transitory or no longer with us, I would like to recognize a few who had shared their lifeís work (!) of expertise with us: j speegle, Bob, Brant, Pete, Charles, Randy and many more. The problem here is that this knowledge often came incidental to a running thread which gave so much depth and context. Worse- we are all running out of years eventually, but the info is valid forever to our hobby. Itís not like an in depth interview can begin to fill the factual loss. I viewed the lost forum as a peer reviewed technical library and a living component of my car (SFM5S339);
-I would have Ďno problemí continuing the high calibre of technical discussion here on this forum, for many respectful reasons.

Steve

Steve,

Very well stated.

I guess all we can do at this point is look forward and build things back bit by bit.
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Sold!
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Thanks Keith. Iíll see what they can do.
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1964 1/2 - 1966 / 375798 Clip
« Last post by ChrisV289 on Today at 11:46:32 AM »
Anyone know what 375798 clip looks like?  It is suppose to hold the trans mod line to the block.  From the assembly manual it looks like a J clip but not sure if it is coated or not.  Jim your spreadsheet does not give any info on it, just lists it as clip special. 
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1964 1/2 - 1966 / Re: 1966 Metuchen undercoating product/color?
« Last post by bryancobb on Today at 10:39:18 AM »
Here`s a couple of pics of my MAR 66 Metuchen Conv. after I cleaned off the road grime.  It is ORIGINAL and never been touched below the rocker mouldings.
 
Disregard the incorrect Arvinode exhaust.
 
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