There is a quick walk-through of the 351C tucked between the fenders of the 1973 Mustang Sportsroof.
(It took about 5 takes to get this video…a slight improvement over the earlier attempts.)
As you can see there’s work to be done. Below is a quick video on the cap/rotor/points and condenser.
While taking a look at the plugs, I discovered a good use for Rewards Cards.
There you have a quick overview and a little insight in to what needs to be done. I think I’ve talked my self in to keeping the 351C, even though it’s not original to the car and a year older, I just like the idea of a period 351C – yup a re-manufactured is a an option, but let’s see what this is looks like first. Your thoughts?
Next up will be the install Pertronix system and cap and rotor, then plug and wires.
Thanks for reading and drop me a note.
1973 Mustang – Project Sports Roof
As I posted before, after a vigorous (not read ‘desperate’) I finally found my next personal project. The 1973 Mustang Sports Roof Fastback is what I settled on.
1973 Mustang Project SportsRoof – Exterior Walk-Around
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Carbonear car show concludes on successful — and loud — note
Wade Hiscock of Carbonear poses in front of his impressive 1973 Mach I Fastback Ford Mustang. It was one of three vehicles Hiscock had on display as this weekend’s Shine and Show in Carbonear. Hiscock moved back to Carbonear last year after 26 years …