That is a real good question... the calipers are some mid 80's GM, welded (half arsed) to the stock spindles. I'll need to grind the welds down and see just how bad they are before i take any furthur action.pzatchok said:
FiddyFour, I just looked at you gallery/journal. What are those disk breaks you found on the car? They are deffinately not like my Granada ones. Bet that was a good suprise though.
Eh... such is life.pzatchok said:
Sorry to hear about those front brakes. I'm not sure if I would drive on something like that.
You have to understand that I am a pure FORD enthusist, even to the point where it is starting to aggravate me. A STANT radiator cap or SEARS battery causes me to turn and walk away. But this modified box is a SAGINAW. FORD used thousands of them in the sixties/seventies.Again I'm a bit stubborn.
Just trying to share in the conversation. Please don't shoot the messenger... ain:
- Solid Steering Shaft, for customers with 57 and older Fords and Mercs. This item sells for $45.00, including UPS shipping.
- Horn and Signal Update, for 57 and older Fords. This allows you to retain your horn in the original location and uses the original signal lever and mounting screws. This item sells for $115.00, including UPS shipping.
- 1949-58 3-speed automatic column. This has the same design as your stock 2-speed automatic column. This item sells for $145.00, including UPS shipping.
:thumbup:pzatchok said:I can NEVER find the brackets step bolt that holds the bracket to the engine block.