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Old 09-13-2013, 09:22 PM   #9661
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I'd love to have that shell. But yes, $9k is crazy.
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Dangit... my uncle really wants it. Has a 429 to go in it sittin in the shop.. what should we offer?
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Dangit... my uncle really wants it. Has a 429 to go in it sittin in the shop.. what should we offer?
Honestly do some research and look at what others are asking for shells in the same shape.
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Honestly do some research and look at what others are asking for shells in the same shape.
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It's all about what others are going for right now. Hopefully your uncle can get a fair deal cause that shell is amazing
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Dangit... my uncle really wants it. Has a 429 to go in it sittin in the shop.. what should we offer?
Just curious but, why a 429, other than your uncle has one? Have you guys looked into the extra PITA work required to stuff it in a '66 and below? I know we all hate to pass up a good deal on a classic but, if you grab this '65, please don't cut on it to squeeze in a 429. If memory serves, the shock towers are narrower on the '66 and below, requiring you cut 'em out. The Windsor (351) is a tight exhaust manifold/header fit in those year models. '67 and up will accomodate a big block. Small blocks in '66 and below are a much cleaner, simpler and cheaper install. They also save you from performing serious surgery on her structure, rendering her permanently modded and less desirable for life.
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Got a notice from the DMV today. It said my new vanity plates were in. Now, I can be relieved of explaining what my old plate (VMA223) meant. Now I just say, "I traded in the doggy Ranger for Mo Hoss!"
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That is completely badass hoss!!!! That looks sweet as hell! If u think about it it says more than one thing. Missouri hoss or just more hoss.

Here in the Deep South, they barely say horse. It sounds like hoss. Lol. So it would say more hoss.

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Dangit... my uncle really wants it. Has a 429 to go in it sittin in the shop.. what should we offer?
There is one resorted on eBay to buy it now for 15k. That's def where I would start. Not 9 for one nowhere near finished.
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Just curious but, why a 429, other than your uncle has one? Have you guys looked into the extra PITA work required to stuff it in a '66 and below? I know we all hate to pass up a good deal on a classic but, if you grab this '65, please don't cut on it to squeeze in a 429. If memory serves, the shock towers are narrower on the '66 and below, requiring you cut 'em out. The Windsor (351) is a tight exhaust manifold/header fit in those year models. '67 and up will accomodate a big block. Small blocks in '66 and below are a much cleaner, simpler and cheaper install. They also save you from performing serious surgery on her structure, rendering her permanently modded and less desirable for life.
Sh*t hoss I fotgot all about that. We was lookin at 67+ mustangs just because of that. Almost bought a maverick but they have even narrower shock towers. Deffinitely not the type to cut into all of that just for a 429.
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Sh*t hoss I fotgot all about that. We was lookin at 67+ mustangs just because of that. Almost bought a maverick but they have even narrower shock towers. Deffinitely not the type to cut into all of that just for a 429.
I'm glad you feel that way. I cringe when someone talks of hacking into a Mustang or Falcon to drop a big block, when a small block can be more satisfying, lighter, provide healthier performance and look a heck of a lot sweeter under the hood, not to mention easier to maintain and service. But I have to tell ya, I really like a 429. One served me well in a '69 T-Bird, back in the day.

I still think you need to grab that '65 though, if it's cheap enough. With the sheet metal and priming done, you're miles ahead in reviving a classic, and you just don't find unhacked '65 fastbacks for the money all that often.

IMO, she's screaming for a Windsor Stroker and TCI C-4, with a set of 3.70s. While I'm here, I'd love to see her painted and striped (red/white) like Steve's Shelby, with steering, brakes and air. I know, I'm getting into your wallet now, so I'll shut up. Oh, don't forget the staggered Cragar Keystone Klassics.
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No driving tonight car show with Jack Roush JR tomorrow morning at 7am for my club to set up guess I should stop at 10
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Yeah guys im trading a my 86 for a diesel just more convenient
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Yeah guys im trading a my 86 for a diesel just more convenient
Honestly if u must trade in diesel is the way to go I have a buddy with a 6.6 turbo diesel and has a efi live chip in it and methonal injection and makes 650 to the wheels and 1200 ft lbs of TQ its truly a monster!!
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No driving tonight car show with Jack Roush JR tomorrow morning at 7am for my club to set up guess I should stop at 10
That's just sweet tea
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I've had the Corsa sport on my 2011 gt for more than 2 years. Love them... Just wish I'd had gotten the extremes. These are reserved at warm idle. But the giggle pedal and cold startups are worth every penny.

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Honestly if u must trade in diesel is the way to go I have a buddy with a 6.6 turbo diesel and has a efi live chip in it and methonal injection and makes 650 to the wheels and 1200 ft lbs of TQ its truly a monster!!
Of you had to pick between a 2006 v10 6.8 180,000 or 6.0 power stroke 2007 164,000. Both are 9,898
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Of you had to pick between a 2006 v10 6.8 180,000 or 6.0 power stroke 2007 164,000. Both are 9,898
Power stroke all day

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Just make sure it has the "fixes" egr delete and head bolts
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Of you had to pick between a 2006 v10 6.8 180,000 or 6.0 power stroke 2007 164,000. Both are 9,898
+1 on the power stroke but make sure all them recalls are up to date aka "fixes" lol
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Power stroke all day

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Just make sure it has the "fixes" egr delete and head bolts
Thanks for the tip
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Do your research the power strokes have had a lot of issues
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Of you had to pick between a 2006 v10 6.8 180,000 or 6.0 power stroke 2007 164,000. Both are 9,898
Without question, I'd choose the Powerstroke. I loved my '06 F-250 Powerstroke Lariat 4x4. I have a friend that had a V-10. He says it is powerful, but will eat you out of house and home. He later swapped for a 6.0 to save on fuel cost.
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Honestly if u must trade in diesel is the way to go I have a buddy with a 6.6 turbo diesel and has a efi live chip in it and methonal injection and makes 650 to the wheels and 1200 ft lbs of TQ its truly a monster!!
A guy that owns a drivetrain shop here laughs at the young and dumb diesel rodders. He says they feed his family very well. The first thing they do is performance chip their trucks without upgrading the drivetrain to handle the extra HP and torque. Then, they enter truck pulls and hammer them until something blows. If that doesn't do the trick, they'll stomp and jerk 'em around on weekends (mudding anf 4 wheeling) until failure leaves them sitting in the woods somewhere. Needless to say, the kids never have the cash to upgrade the drivetrain, so they fix whichever one fails first. Then later on, has to shell out more cash for teardown and upgrade of the other. The shop owner REALLY loves the Dodge Cummins. Those keep him real busy.
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Without question, I'd choose the Powerstroke. I loved my '06 F-250 Powerstroke Lariat 4x4. I have a friend that had a V-10. He says it is powerful, but will eat you out of house and home. He later swapped for a 6.0 to save on fuel cost.
Im thinking about a 2000 7.3 cause i want the 7.3 for pulling and 2000 so i dont get those power molded pos pistons still might get the 2006 though
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Im thinking about a 2000 7.3 cause i want the 7.3 for pulling and 2000 so i dont get those power molded pos pistons still might get the 2006 though
The 7.3 is a great engine. There are a bunch of them still on the road. If kept serviced properly, it'll give good service for several hundred thousand miles. International did good when they designed it. Dad owned a few 7.3s. Starters and an alternator or two was his only problem. And, he rebuilt an injector pump once, when an engine started losing power. Other than that, he praised the 7.3. When Ford stopped using them, I thought it was a mistake. But IMO, Ford made another mistake by dropping the 300-6.
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The 7.3 is a great engine. There are a bunch of them still on the road. If kept serviced properly, it'll give good service for several hundred thousand miles. International did good when they designed it. Dad owned a few 7.3s. Starters and an alternator or two was his only problem. And, he rebuilt an injector pump once, when a engine started losing power. Other than that, he praised the 7.3. When Ford stopped using them, I thought it was a mistake. But IMO, Ford made another mistake by dropping the 300-6.
Hoss please enlighten me but did the 6.6s come after the 7.3s?
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Hoss please enlighten me but did the 6.6s come after the 7.3s?
Yes.

I take that back... After the 7.3, Ford used the 6.0, then 6.4, then 6.7. The 6.6 was the 400 v-8. (Replacement for the 390.)
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A guy that owns a drivetrain shop here laughs at the young and dumb diesel rodders. He says they feed his family very well. The first thing they do is performance chip their trucks without upgrading the drivetrain to handle the extra HP and torque. Then, they enter truck pulls and hammer them until something blows. If that doesn't do the trick, they'll stomp and jerk 'em around on weekends (mudding anf 4 wheeling) until failure leaves them sitting in the woods somewhere. Needless to say, the kids never have the cash to upgrade the drivetrain, so they fix whichever one fails first. Then later on, has to shell out more cash for teardown and upgrade of the other. The shop owner REALLY loves the Dodge Cummins. Those keep him real busy.
Lol I bet so! And my buddy has his tranny built for the power its been thru 7 plowing seasons and pulling big work trailers all day everyday and don't skip a beat shifts like it should ran on amsoil everything pretty much has approx 160k miles on it and drives like its right off the show room floor just a magnificent machine!
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Lol I bet so! And my buddy has his tranny built for the power its been thru 7 plowing seasons and pulling big work trailers all day everyday and don't skip a beat shifts like it should ran on amsoil everything pretty much has approx 160k miles on it and drives like its right off the show room floor just a magnificent machine!
Yes, they are impressive, when a guy does them right. I know it costs some cash but, why take a chance in trashing a tranny or transfer case?

No doubt, I would drive a Powerstroke for pulling and working. One thing I liked about my '06 was, it would nearly idle through knee-deep snow and never slip a wheel. Those BFG All-Terrain T/As were perfect and so was the limited-slip. A lot better than the other 4x4s I've owned. Plus, the suspension on my F-250 was the same as the F-550. MASSIVE! GM and Mopar can't begin to compare with Ford's truck suspension. Just look under the front end of a Dodge, then a Chevy, and lastly, a Ford. As you go along, parts get larger and stronger.
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Well I guess it's beer then
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The 7.3 is a great engine. There are a bunch of them still on the road. If kept serviced properly, it'll give good service for several hundred thousand miles. International did good when they designed it. Dad owned a few 7.3s. Starters and an alternator or two was his only problem. And, he rebuilt an injector pump once, when an engine started losing power. Other than that, he praised the 7.3. When Ford stopped using them, I thought it was a mistake. But IMO, Ford made another mistake by dropping the 300-6.
Absolutely Hoss IMHO 300 6 was the best engine Ford has ever built. They were used in Tractor Trailers for years by UPS would go damn near as many miles as a diesel. Killin that motor was like GM killin the Firebird and Camaro!!
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Absolutely Hoss IMHO 300 6 was the best engine Ford has ever built. They were used in Tractor Trailers for years by UPS would go damn near as many miles as a diesel. Killin that motor was like GM killin the Firebird and Camaro!!
Yep. That low-end torque was killer. A definite work horse.
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Since we are all on the topic of f150 engines, I'm looking to get a late 80's early 90's f150 or bronco 4x4 for the winter (snow). Which model and engine do you guys recommend?
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