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 Post subject: Re: New guy in Deltona
PostPosted: Wed Feb 01, 2017 6:35 pm 
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All the floors are fitted and tacked in. Thursday I will be welding everything in solid.


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Lookin good. I had a buddy I used to run with that had a 67 fairlane, he built up a mish mosh of fe parts, basically a 428 crank in a 30 over 390 block, think he used lemans rods and some home ported cj heads, ran a 650ish soilid cam in it and I have never seen a fe rev like that one did, it was insane. car had a single track rear, c6 and 4.10's he'd shift it about 7500 or so, smoked majority of cars in the frederick md area. It was a rough lookin car, started to tear in the door jambs from body twist lol If i ever get a chance to throw a fe together i want to drop it in a 66-69 falcon and build a "what ford should have built" type of car. Look forward to see more of your build, I don't really call myself a Ford man but I sure do seem to have the best luck with them. :rock

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