non SN Hot-Rods

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  1. RichV

    RichV Well-Known Member

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    Post 'em up...

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    Not sure if this one is worth it ... :)
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    My brother-from-another-mother's 66 F100 and his old 78 Bronco
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    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.
     
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    RichV Well-Known Member

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    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. :D
     
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    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
     
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    You could definitely do a v6 to keep it a 6. Or just do a coyote and be done. :)
     
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    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
     
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    Nor will it ever be. Also, coyote engines sound goofy.
     
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    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.
     
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    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
     
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    No joke at all there, for a straight six it is a huge engine.
     
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    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.