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11-14-2012 06:54 PM
1966 Ford Galaxie 390

Thanks for reading. I have always found this site very informative, and a real go to spot, when I have a difficult question. So here it is....

I am in the mist of building a 1966 Ford Galaxie 500, with a 390 engine. This car was a one owner barn find. It runs and drives, but I am having trouble adding air conditioning and power steering to the car. I have all the original brackets from an old donor motor. My problem is that I dont know how these brackets bolt to the head. I am looking for someone who might have pictures of how the brackets bolt on.

I am also looking for a grill if anyone has one they would like to get rid of...

Thanks for all your help, Happy Hot Rodding! Marc

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