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Discussion in 'Photos, Movies, and Video Game Chat!' started by RichV, May 19, 2014.
Post 'em up...
Not sure if this one is worth it ...
My brother-from-another-mother's 66 F100 and his old 78 Bronco
Seen these on a boating forum. The op didn't know the owner but it's 69 mustang with custom chassis and a Ford GT drivetrain.
That '70 is awesome.
I often day dream about my 65. Keep it stock-ish, or go all out. It don't matter, I don't have the funds for either.
I've been thinking the same thing about my 66 coupe I-6. I've been thinking about a swapped I-6 but domestic I-6's are hard to find
You could definitely do a v6 to keep it a 6. Or just do a coyote and be done.
I'd really like a coyote but my pockets are not deep enough for that.
I have put some thought into a 3.7 from a new Mustang. Or an I6 from an import. But my flame suit may not be thick enough for that
Nor will it ever be. Also, coyote engines sound goofy.
CC you can buy my 4.9 out of my F-150....I'll cut you a great deal on it lol. That'll give me more motivation to finally go through with a motor swap in my truck.
thanks for the offer and that would be a great idea except that the 300 I6 is to tall to fit under the stock hood on the 66.
The 250 in the 68-70 stangs will work but I haven't seen one of those up for sale in a minute or 2
No joke at all there, for a straight six it is a huge engine.
lol. In the 6 cylinder circles it's a big block. Where the 170 and 200's are small blocks. At the airport a lot of the tugs that pull the bag carts around have 300ci I-6 engines in them.