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Offline ruger

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69' 250 inline six
« on: August 23, 2017, 01:04:44 PM »
Hi,  does anyone have pictures of a finished 69' 250 inline six ?    I wanna see the marks and sticker placements.  I searched but did not fine any.  Thanks
1969 Sportsroof Mustang E'
63D body code  D exclusive to the E' series
250 six cyl.
C4 trans.
Dearborn build Nov. 1968

Offline J_Speegle

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Re: 69' 250 inline six
« Reply #1 on: August 23, 2017, 04:41:15 PM »
Don't have nor typically post pictures of restored cars. More often than not they aren't always correct or have variables not the same as what the poster is looking for.

Will see what I have of original examples to see if I can offer some help. Maybe one of the members have an original car. 6 cylinder details are difficult to find since few people research or save parts, cars, or details. The one exception IMHO has been the early car owners here on this site. There have been a number of those discussions in the past but they unfortunately don't apply to your needs
Jeff Speegle

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Re: 69' 250 inline six
« Reply #2 on: August 23, 2017, 05:07:09 PM »
Had more pictures of the 200 cu inch but here is what I found. Sorry for the poor pictures


You would typically have four stickers/decals attached to the engine

1- Cubic inch sticker to the top forward (6 o'clock) position of the air cleaner lid/top

2- AUOTLITE air cleaner filter replacement decal. Drivers side of the air cleaner base at about the 4 o'clock position

3- Timing/emission stickers applied to the drivers side forward surface of the valve cover



Hope this helps




4- Engine ID sticker applied to the front surface of the valve cover

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Offline 67gta289

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Re: 69' 250 inline six
« Reply #3 on: August 23, 2017, 06:50:26 PM »
I have this from 9T02L194***  You can see the valve cover stickers that are inline (pun intended) with Jeff's pictures.
John
67 289 GTA Dec 20 1966 San Jose
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Re: 69' 250 inline six
« Reply #4 on: August 23, 2017, 07:08:14 PM »
Here's one from 9R01T109***.  Looks like the air cleaner and valve cover were repainted though, compared to everything else.
John
67 289 GTA Dec 20 1966 San Jose
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Re: 69' 250 inline six
« Reply #5 on: August 24, 2017, 12:43:59 PM »
Thanks for the pics and info.   I should have also mentioned that I need to know if the 250 six cylinder compartment has the same specs as far as markings including the lettered stickers that other concours cars have.  I am just looking to the future so I can start rounding up what I need for a concours engine compartment. Thanks guys for all of your help.   
1969 Dearborn build   11/1968
1969 Sportsroof Mustang E'
63D body code  D exclusive to the E' series
250 six cyl.
C4 trans.
Dearborn build Nov. 1968

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Re: 69' 250 inline six
« Reply #6 on: August 24, 2017, 03:00:10 PM »
Thanks for the pics and info.   I should have also mentioned that I need to know if the 250 six cylinder compartment has the same specs as far as markings including the lettered stickers that other concours cars have. .................

Your car should likely share many of the same (battery inspection decal, service decal and inspection stickers) Locations in general as another Dearborn built Mustangs assembled at the same time. The locations may vary a bit. and don't use a Boss 429 as a source as some of there details can be very different from yours. As mentioned before don't copy a restored car since you have no idea where that owner got or made up their details . Some of the results can be surprising  ::) at times

Always better to leave off until you know than apply and get it wrong. If you do your responsible for all the people that will incorrectly use your car to borrow what they've seen on your car at a show or magazine
Jeff Speegle

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