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Retired and loving it. I owned my own Ford Speed Shop and sold it in 1992. I just *********. I do **************** I own four Mustangs two 65's K-Fastback and a coupe. A 93 Coupe that I will be installing a 94 Lincoln 4.6 DOHC carbed engine. A 96 Mustang Pro car 439 stroker Ford small block. I will be ***************** and you can ASK me for tech questions. ********@aol.com or call ***-***-****. I'am ************** but if i can help let me know. Have a good day. Ron Madding

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I forgot to mention that when I had my Ford Speed Shop I some how got alot of GM vehicles and Dodge vehicles and a few AMC cars. I built mostly BIG BLOCK BUICK,OLDS and PONTIAC ENGINES. When I first started turning wrenchs it was at a Buick Dealer ship in the late 60's when I had the chance to work on the 455 Stage I and II big blocks. And they rocked with the best of them. I was able to get to know the engine designer of the 455 Buick engine. People loved those other GM big blocks better than the Chevy big blocks which are very hard to beat. I put a lot of time into getting tech info on those engines. I also installed 95% of the engines I sold and had a warranty for 12 months. My favorite was 455 Pontiac into a Trans Am. Thanks for the welcome and I hope I can help out. But in closing I have a lot of info about building all Ford engines including making Boss Hemi's and all FE's rock . Stroker small block Fords are great to work on as well. Thanks again. Ron
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