Factory floor shift cars had THIS hole punched out in the firewall.
The center link on a power steering car doesn't "wear out". No wearable parts on it. Solid iron. So what issues are you having?
I have had several cars shipped. Here is how one can save money:
1. Have car dropped off by the seller at a drop off/storage location instead...
The cheaper one is just tar paper.....like what is placed below the shingles on a house.
I should have one. Email me DIRECTLY (see below) if I can help as I seldom get on here.
Join the Maverick Comet Club International (MCCI). They have cars for sale listed in the newsletter.
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Just pull up on the old ones rear fast and they should op right out.
LDO headrests won't work on a bench seat.
There was one done for an Auto show here in the states. If was just a "one off" for the show.....never sold to the public.
May not need to remove the heater box at all. If you can get to all the "clips" around the outside edge, then you can get to the heater core.
As stated in a round-about way.....YES two cars could have the same last 6 digits of a VIN. They could both be Mavericks made at different...
Expect to spend about $1000 just for under hood items to fix/repair the factory set-up.
While that Mustang box looks similar.....I think it is...
I am speaking about heavy, extended acceleration. Eventually....those little "cans" run out of vacuum. :D
Email me....I may have all the parts you need.
My bet is an exhaust leak.
Rode's Restorations in Galion, Ohio. (Google it)
They have done all my cars. They have a booth at the Columbus, Ohio All Ford Swap Meets if you go.
This is what the V-8 column shift linkage looks like if this is what you are asking. The pivot point is a stud that threads into the engine on...
It doesn't sound like your fan is working at all. You should be able to hear it/feel it when it is working and turned on. I bet it is the fuse.
THIS message board is primarily 1970-1977 Ford Mavericks and the like bodied 1971-1977 Mercury Comet. But you might find some useful info here...
7.25 rear axle = Not really worth anything. Joe Bayura will probably want it.
8" rear axle (4-lug) = Yes, it is worth something. As stated, the...
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