The roof material was pretty much toast, but the metal was good, no holes just a few dents. I’ve stripped it and painted it, I have the...
Probably not, I’m trying not to paint this one, it’s mostly original paint.
It’s been awhile, I’m kinda getting sick of social media ( nothing to do with censorship, more to do with stupid people) anyways..just...
I’ll have to see how it comes along...I’m not one for 100% restored cars, I like them to be a little more convenient.
Factory triple Black 74 Grabber. 302/3speed with A/C . One of 34 according to the Marti Report. There was a car like this posted on here years...
I haven’t looked, or posted on here forever. But it’s hard to contain my excitement....I’ve found my “Holy Grail” Maverick. It should be on its...
Mine came out of a 96 Explorer I bought a few years back. It has the GT40 heads.
I've got one sitting on my engine stand. Cheap power
That's actually pretty cool!
The engine seems to have a lot of emission equipment compared to other 74's I've seen, was it a California car?
Email Chuck, and ask.
Most complete coil over suspension, come with adjustable strut rods. Reinforced upper and,lower control arms, roller perches, good shocks and...
Here's some videos, that'll give you some ideas
Craig has no where else to go
I'll have to look, I thought it was a strip inside the dash also
73's are the best!
Looks like it might be a Mcleod hydraulic throw out bearing.
What part of California?
Depending on the factory the car was built in, the tape treatment was done differently at the top edge of taillight panel.
I was talking to Larry last weekend, in Columbus, it's a very nice reproduction.
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