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Old 02-07-2013, 09:30 AM
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Yes you are right . The 260 was dropped in 1965 but not all 65 Mustang 289's had 4 bbl's . In fact the majority were 2v cars.

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Old 02-07-2013, 09:35 AM
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I am going to quit beleving what i read.on web dual master cyl brakes and that funny looking sterring wheel dont remember if it was 67 or 68
Yep I was looking for the duel master cylinder system. In my opinion the best improvement the automobile manufactures ever made. That and cup holders..
I was working for Ford in 67 and I can count how many of those chest protectors we replaced because they broke off!

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This source is extremely full of crap! The 1964 1/2 Mustang was never offered with a V-6. It did however have a 170ci inline 6. The I-6 was not discontinued in 1965 although in 66 it was increased to 200 ci. One of the things that is confusing about the early Mustangs is that Ford actually never made a 1964 1/2 Mustang. And they did. All of the first Mustangs were designated 1965 but there were early 65's and late 65's. the early 65's were the 64 1/2's and the quickest way to identify them was they all had generators and they all had a rolled or beveled lip on the front of the hood. As you start researching this stuff you find that a lot of sites don't agree with each other. Whose right and whose wrong.? I just kind of go with the general consensus. Drives you nuts.
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There is 8 cars in this picture how many can you name i wont ask for year but if you know ,ok.
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ok i bite & give it a shot with year.
68 nova
67 firebird convt
55 chevy 210
68 plymouth
80 chevy z28
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71 Nova SS
69 Camero SS
55 210
67 Coronet
68 Olds
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ok i bite & give it a shot with year.
68 nova
67 firebird convt
55 chevy 210
68 plymouth
80 chevy z28
84 chevy camaro
Your in the ballpark this is on end no to visible so 9 will give it ,the firebird is a 68 Camaro i.ll give it a little while
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ok i bite & give it a shot with year.
68 nova
67 firebird convt
55 chevy 210
68 plymouth
80 chevy z28
84 chevy camaro
I'm going to steel Killer's list with some mods.

68 nova
68 Camaro
55 chevy 210
68 plymouth
71 Cutless Conv
77 chevy z28
?? ??

Damn I know I know that last one but just can't come up with the name!

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Old 02-07-2013, 11:23 AM
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the 68 camaro and 77 z ,55 chevy,84 camaro, are correct very close on rest
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The last photo of the 944, that isn't the car on the end, are you saying the 944 isn't visible at all?

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The last photo of the 944, that isn't the car on the end, are you saying the 944 isn't visible at all?

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Yea from left to right is a.
69 Nova ss
68 camaro
55 chevy 210
69 roadrunner
68 cutlass 442 conv
77 z 28
84 camaro factory 4 cyl very rare ,not expensive though
91 porsche 944 turbo last year produced. ,.barley visible ..Some one take the floor.

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I'm new here. So here it goes.
What, I just felt like Monty Python.
What is the make of the car attached to this Axle?
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Ahh, some new blood, welcome Ed.

Interesting, not a clue, but interesting. I believe I have seen it before.

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Yea from left to right is a.
69 Nova ss
68 camaro
55 chevy 210
69 roadrunner
68 cutlass 442 conv
77 z 28
84 camaro factory 4 cyl very rare ,not expensive though
91 porsche 944 turbo last year produced. ,.barley visible ..Some one take the floor.
That doesn't look like one of those 944's at all to me, I would have never gotten that one. I was thinking more Mitsubishi something or another.

I had a customer back years ago with a 944. I got to do a bunch of work on it when the local tire store forgot one little bitty thing, lug nuts.

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