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Added a 1971 Grande to the stables. It has a 351C auto with 56,000 miles. I thought it was the 2nd time around, have receipts including the original bill of sale. I was able to track the mileage through servicing up to Oct of 2014. It is something to play with as I have both Shelbys the way I want them.

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I would like to see that. Mine is red.

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Is that Sarah Palin in the picture?

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Awesome. My neighbor had one the same color, but a 302 car. Love the Spyder wheels on Palins car.

Miss my '69 Grande'...but it was a Q code car...

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Added a 1971 Grande to the stables. It has a 351C auto with 56,000 miles. I thought it was the 2nd time around, have receipts including the original bill of sale. I was able to track the mileage through servicing up to Oct of 2014. It is something to play with as I have both Shelbys the way I want them.

 

Need to post up some pic's. :)

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Awesome. My neighbor had one the same color, but a 302 car. Love the Spyder wheels on Palins car.

Miss my '69 Grande'...but it was a Q code car...

Probably my favorite Ford engine ever or at least a tie with the 427 SO.

 

Steve

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Beautiful car ! Nice socks !

C'mon now Chris....you know you wore those back in the day too!!! :hysterical:

 

Thanks on the car.... I remember thinking I was a lucky guy to own that beast at that age. I had a job just to support that car at a grocery store as a carry out (bagger). In fact met my wife at that same grocery store doing the same job all those years ago! :drop:

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C'mon now Chris....you know you wore those back in the day too!!! :hysterical:

Thanks on the car.... I remember thinking I was a lucky guy to own that beast at that age. I had a job just to support that car at a grocery store as a carry out (bagger). In fact met my wife at that same grocery store doing the same job all those years ago! :drop:

What do you mean wore them, I still wear them. Mostly while wearing shorts. Mowing the lawn, at the lake, etc. I'm finding it harder and harder to find them with stripes anymore. Edited by cmcmotorworks

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What do you mean wore them, I still wear them. Mostly while wearing shorts. Mowing the lawn, at the lake, etc. I'm finding it harder and harder to find them with stripes anymore.

:drop:

 

 

 

:lol:

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Hey, I had socks like that. I was driving a 1950 Ford flathead. Are they out of style now?

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Hey, I had socks like that. I was driving a 1950 Ford flathead. Are they out of style now?

No ! They"ll never go out of style as far as I'm concerned !

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As long as you don't wear them with sandals apparently.

 

:hysterical2:

 

 

At least that's what wifee tells me? :shrug:

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My '69 Grande' in High School ('78)

 

351C 4bbl mated to a C6

 

One of those "wish I could have it back"s ;)

 

 

 

 

 

5365053450_9cc1e9c992_z.jpg'69 Mustang High School 1978 by shelbybikeboy, on Flickr

Nice Socks that is.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The car is nice to , a 351 Cleveland I bet you she would be pretty quick..

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It was fast for its time Jim.

 

As a young man, I think that car netted me more tickets than any other.

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It was fast for its time Jim.

 

As a young man, I think that car netted me more tickets than any other.

 

Ya I could see that.

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Are you 100 percent sure on your 351C in your Grande because all records show a Cleveland never came in a Grande? They were all 351W with FMX and there are no documented 69 Mustangs with a 351C

 

We had a 72 Grande and for years my brother thought it was a 351C until I proved to him those were Windsor heads

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What do you mean wore them, I still wear them. Mostly while wearing shorts. Mowing the lawn, at the lake, etc. I'm finding it harder and harder to find them with stripes anymore.

Yeah, what's up with that. Gotta have the stripes. But I can't wear shorts mowing, just don't like being hit by flying objects on bare legs.

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Are you 100 percent sure on your 351C in your Grande because all records show a Cleveland never came in a Grande? They were all 351W with FMX and there are no documented 69 Mustangs with a 351C

 

We had a 72 Grande and for years my brother thought it was a 351C until I proved to him those were Windsor heads

Cleveland motors are an EZ spot for the trained eye....the valve covers are way wider. Pretty simple.

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FROM WHAT I KNOW, THE 351 CLEAVLAND HAS THE WATER THERMOSTAT HOUSING, THAT CONNECTS TO THE RADIATOR HOSE ON TOP, IS BOLTED ON TOP OF THE BLOCK. USUALLY, ALL OTHER ENGINE THERMOSTAT HOUSINGS ARE BOLTED TO THE FRON OF THE MANIFOLD.

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FROM WHAT I KNOW, THE 351 CLEAVLAND HAS THE WATER THERMOSTAT HOUSING, THAT CONNECTS TO THE RADIATOR HOSE ON TOP, IS BOLTED ON TOP OF THE BLOCK. USUALLY, ALL OTHER ENGINE THERMOSTAT HOUSINGS ARE BOLTED TO THE FRON OF THE MANIFOLD.

Why u shoutin' Dennis?????!

 

 

We believe ya.

 

:hysterical2:

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:hysterical: BIKEBOY, I AM AT WORK AND USE CAPS LOCK FOR TYPING THE PATIENT INFORMATION! INSTEAD OF GOING BACK AND FOURTH, I JUST KEEP IT LOCKED

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:hysterical: BIKEBOY, I AM AT WORK AND USE CAPS LOCK FOR TYPING THE PATIENT INFORMATION! INSTEAD OF GOING BACK AND FOURTH, I JUST KEEP IT LOCKED

:salute:

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What do you mean wore them, I still wear them. Mostly while wearing shorts. Mowing the lawn, at the lake, etc. I'm finding it harder and harder to find them with stripes anymore.

:hysterical::hysterical:

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