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Services Offered / Smog Pump Restoration
« on: July 08, 2020, 07:25:23 AM »
I restore original 1968 - 1973 smog pumps to NOS appearance and function.  All are run tested prior to shipment.  I also have complete pumps for sale outright.  The rebuild/restoration price is $435 plus shipping.  NOTE:  SUMMER SPECIAL PRICE $395!
I can provide any date and can change the date on yours to better suit your build date.  PM me or email at jimwoods7 at outlook dot com

See photo below.  More pictures at

The Lounge / Pookie in Trouble?
« on: April 21, 2020, 10:39:48 AM »
Just saw this posted on Facebook;

Marty McIntosh from Burnsville NC has been reported to the State Troopers for Fraud and Title Jumping.
I hope he likes Prison.
Don't drop the soap Marty McFly

Appeals / 67 GT500 Smog - Question
« on: March 21, 2020, 08:31:40 AM »
I have been contacted by a gentleman from the FE Forum who has the complete original smog setup on a '66 Mercury 428 car. Is any of this appropriate for a '67 GT500 (or other)?  It has the check valves at the front of the tube on both sides (or maybe not - see added photo) and the pump is mounted above the alternator.  Here are some pictures.

1965 GT350/R-Model / Brake Proportioning Valve Adjustment
« on: October 01, 2019, 01:08:27 PM »
I failed to take note of this when I had the valve apart.  If you want to "back off" the rear brakes, do you turn the threaded part into the valve body or out of the valve body?  I think I read that the standard Mustang disc brakes had the valve set at 11 threads showing (?) and the Shelby with the larger rear brakes had 9 threads showing, so turning it "in" reduces pressure to the rear?  And I would also deduce that 2 turns (11 threads to 9 threads) made a noticeable difference?

Parts For Sale / 1966 NOS Grill - Shipping Damage - $150
« on: July 12, 2018, 07:05:15 AM »
I have a NOS in the box 1966 grill that was damaged in transit to me - maybe?  Anyway, when it arrived, it had some damage so I just set it aside.  This is the correct early style with the blind rivets.  It had fog light brackets mounted before I got it - see the paint witness marks.  One photo shows a closeup of the damaged area.  The center part is bent a little and some of the vertical bars are broken from the horizontal rib.  I think bending it back in place here would make most of these breaks invisible, but I am not going to try.

$150 plus shipping from 28721.

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