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10-26-2008 01:17 AM
67ragtop And even faster with a 428 CJ.... I have a friend with a modified 428 CJ powered '68 FB running high nines in the quarter mile.......Alright, it's heavily modified and not street legal....

He's also got a '71 Torino Country Squire Wagon 429 SCJ Drag Pack thats 100% factory stock special ordered that way. I guess Mom needed a grocery getter and he needed a hot rod.
10-24-2008 02:17 AM
Zach9393 thanks. one thing I know: the way my Galaxie is, a little Mustang would cook with a 390.

10-21-2008 12:02 PM
67ragtop This webpage has the breakdown of what was offeered in Mustangs 1965-1970. Scroll down to the bottom for the engine info. ... ecode.html

I don't know what the horsepower differences - if any - there was between full sized car engines and Mustangs.
10-21-2008 12:26 AM
A few questions about old Mustangs


1.which models had FE block engines available in them from the factory?

2.What FE engines were they?

3. were they any different, as in horsepower and torque, as the ones in the full size Fords?

Just wondering..


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