Welcome from Oklahoma. Looks like a nice car.
Welcome from the better side of the Red River! :D
Might try fordramair.com for the rest of the shaker assembly.
Welcome from Oklahoma! Lots of Mavericks in Texas, it won't be hard to find some folks to hang out with.
Or add a trailer hitch to one. :D
You can buy those adapters that will fit the center register, I just decided to make one.
The hoses will slip on the back of the side ball...
I'll try to get some pictures today. Problem is, the car is stuffed in the shop pretty tight while I try to put together another 302 to sacrifice.
How do you get so lucky? My stuff always breaks 200+ miles from home.
If you're using the factory underhood, I'd replace the compressor, expansion valve, and drier at the minimum.
The unit was mounted when. I got...
I wouldn't put the time and money into rebuilding the under dash HVAC unit. If you want a stock underhood look, that's perfectly useable with a...
Welcome from Oklahoma!
As a fellow 69.5 owner, I can tell you the tunnel is tight with a C4, an AOD may clear with some hammer work, but I...
I tend to default to old parts all things being equal. (I've been running an original Torker on my car) The block lettering is just 70s cool.
Welcome from Oklahoma.
Spring looks like the one under the filter. Should also have a valve that seats against the valve body that the spring holds.
Filter is just a screen, hose it out with brake clean and rock on.
Measure the endplay before you take it all apart, that will tell you if you need any different selective washers. A washer kit is available with...
I've bought kits from rockauto, and found them cheaper locally. The 250 trans should hold up fine behind a 302. IMO, I wouldn't waste money on...
There are several different shift kits. Get a 70 up c4/c5. Don't be afraid to tear into it, they're pretty straight forward transmissions.
I've got a pair in packages. I'll post part numbers when I get home
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