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Old 11-04-2003, 04:08 PM   #1
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black is cool
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Oh No red is cooler
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how abot valve covers that match your car are cool?
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Mine do HAHAHHAHAHAHAHA Laser Red as well as my STB
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i think he meant that since yours match your car, and his match his car then they are BOTH cool... lol
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btw, this isnt really "interior" lol, but then again... i dont know where id move it
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lol, i didnt know if i should put in exterior or interior
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well exterior cuz its not in the inside of the car... but yet interior because its the interior of your engine bay... oh well haha
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well exterior cuz its not in the inside of the car... but yet interior because its the interior of your engine bay... oh well haha
aaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh, it gives me a headache, its just so confusing!!!!!!!!!! aaaaaaaaaahhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!
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hey fast, i just put some ideas in my head and i figed out that i have that same engine in my driveway right now, its in a 1965 Ford Galaxie 500. (the engine was changed by my dad a long time ago)
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OMG that engine bay needs a bath and some TLC .
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haha the whole car does
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Fast you need a K&N filter!
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i would paint mine but nothign really meshes well except what they currently are.
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I say pull the engine and lay down a fresh coat of gloss black on those fender wells, throw on some chrome tower braces, and get the stain air cleaner and valve covers.

The cleanest engine bay in a Mustang was a '66 where the whole fender wells were all one piece, no holes, no bolts, no nuthin. Clean as hell.
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I say pull the engine and lay down a fresh coat of gloss black on those fender wells, throw on some chrome tower braces, and get the stain air cleaner and valve covers.

The cleanest engine bay in a Mustang was a '66 where the whole fender wells were all one piece, no holes, no bolts, no nuthin. Clean as hell.
i would love to smooth out my engine bay but my car is a daily driver.
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I say pull the engine and lay down a fresh coat of gloss black on those fender wells, throw on some chrome tower braces, and get the stain air cleaner and valve covers.

The cleanest engine bay in a Mustang was a '66 where the whole fender wells were all one piece, no holes, no bolts, no nuthin. Clean as hell.
i would love to smooth out my engine bay but my car is a daily driver.
You say that like it's an excuse.
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