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Would like to see what the Mach 1 family has been up to over the winter . Any new projects or projects completed . I recently got my project and am making some decent progress
I was able to spend about three and a half hours on my Mach 1 on Monday. Not necessarily a new or a completed project - just a project!
That looks great .
(03-07-2012, 01:26 PM)Steven Harris Wrote: [ -> ]I was able to spend about three and a half hours on my Mach 1 on Monday. Not necessarily a new or a completed project - just a project!

Steven, did you get anything done
OR
Just sit in the seat steering and making engine sounds LOL
Don
(03-07-2012, 11:26 PM)ohiomustang Wrote: [ -> ]Steven, did you get anything done
OR
Just sit in the seat steering and making engine sounds LOL
Don

I knew I forgot to do something! Somehow my hands are all cut up and have a black tint to them.

Last week I started putting the motor back together. Hopefully I will be able to work on that some more next week.
Looking good Steve keep up the good work.
Steven, did u have any different plans to hop up the cleveland, or just the same camshaft setup? i think the last time i saw you talk about the cam, you were trying to identify the grind specs...
At this time I plan to use what I have. I was hoping to get an idea of what that was so that I would have a base number to set. The main goal is to get the car running and on the road first.

I have two other 351C's to work with. A 1971 2V and a 1970 4V. The hope would be to make one the ultimate street motor (a balance between manners and muscle). Maybe stroked to 393 or 408. I need to educate myself on all of that.