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looks good joe!
my fender shields didn't have any metal clips like that???? 76 must be different?
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John,

My liners are actually from a '76 Cougar so the contour and evidently the inner fender brace slot were a bit different, so I had to improvise!

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Joe has clips we've never dreamed of Johnny Big smile

never underestimate the power of a blob of silicone Evil Smile

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 hmmm... ok
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Originally posted by Rockatansky Rockatansky wrote:

Joe has clips we've never dreamed of Johnny Big smile



yeah but joe don't have those inner fender panels Wink (that he looked for and didn't have LOLthat i made)
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More stuff knocked off the TO DO list... checked out the operation of my sirens and one set isn't working, so I'll have to dig into them and see what's going on.

Finished the wiring to the lighted visor (found my missing wire clip!!)…
 
 
 

as well as getting the high output alternator wiring wrapped up.
 
 
 

Installed the firewall vacuum tee...
 

the smaller vacuum canister on the driver side wheelhouse...
 
 

and temporarily mounted the AC compressor so I could hang the compressor mounted power steering cooler to determine the routing of the power steering cooling circuit.
 
 

Also lit off the 460 to get a bit of heat into the motor to evaporate the remaining coolant in the block. The engine compartment is slowly looking complete once again.
 
 
 


Next weekend, I'll work on getting the radiator and AC condenser reinstalled as well as rehanging the front fenders in preparation for installing the headlight buckets and header panel.



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 so you don't need any of the dome light clips?
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Good on the dome light wiring clips... meant to look for my headliner bow clips but forgot to. Embarrassed

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Originally posted by californiajohnny californiajohnny wrote:

Originally posted by Rockatansky Rockatansky wrote:

Joe has clips we've never dreamed of Johnny Big smile
yeah but joe don't have those inner fender panels Wink (that he looked for and didn't have LOLthat i made)

Yeah I'm pretty lucky that my car was so complete....

What fender panels you talking about CJ??

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probably in regards to my smart ass comment about my custom made panels that you were wondering why you couldn't find yours a couple years ago because i custom made mine LOL

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Originally posted by californiajohnny californiajohnny wrote:

probably in regards to my smart ass comment about my custom made panels that you were wondering why you couldn't find yours a couple years ago because i custom made mine LOL


LOL, now I remember CJ.... LOL

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Well had to back track a bit this weekend.... was under the car last Saturday and noticed a puddle of oil at the front and back of the engine block right on the centerline. Upon closer inspection, I could see a drop at the pan/timing cover seam as well as a drop coming from the weep hole in the flywheel inspection plate.

Wracked my brain as well as going back thru my pictures and I couldn't remember shooting a blob of RTV sealant into the corners where the oil pan gasket chan...ges direction to go around the timing cover or the rear main at the crank, so today I jacked the engine up a bit and dropped the pan.
My suspicions were correct.... I must have dry fit the oil pan gasket and pan on weekend and the following weekend, buttoned everything up thinking I was done.... WRONG

Saturday I got the pan dropped, the gasket and corners cleaned and sprayed several times with brake clean to get rid of any oil residue so the RTV and gasket will adhere nicely to the block sealing the corners and then left everything opened up so the cleaner can evaporate away.
 
 
 
 

Next weekend I'll hit the corners with a good blob of Ultra Seal, reinstall the pan gasket, button up the oil pan and set the engine back down into the frame and reassemble everything removed to allow the engine to be raised.... then I'll be back on track to getting her ready to turn over to the body shop!


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Well after wasting over an hour today trying to position the oil pan gasket onto the engine from below, I finally realized it would be much simpler to remove the pan, stick the gasket onto the pan, RTV the corners on the engine and the pan and then position the pan onto the motor, so I pulled the front sway bar off and got the pan out and prepped for the install next weekend.
 
 
 

 

I'll finish cleaning the cured RTV from the engine next week as well.


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No pics from this weekend, but a cancelled visit allowed me to pop into the dealership and get the pan and gasket installed, the engine refilled with oil and the 460 lit off to check for leaks. After initial startup, no visible leaks but I'll be keeping my eye on it.

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surprised you got the pan out with the oil pump still attached, no baffles?
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Nice work Joe, I am glad you were able to get it fixed up with relative ease!  I guess having a nice clean car without years of grease and grime makes this job somewhat less of a pain. 
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Stock 460 pan has no baffles. I have taken a few off in the car myself. I did have to drop the sway bar and lift it slightly.  
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Originally posted by Dan the ranchero man Dan the ranchero man wrote:

Stock 460 pan has no baffles. I have taken a few off in the car myself. I did have to drop the sway bar and lift it slightly.  

I went ahead and pulled the sway bar completely out of the car just to insure it didn't get it the way...  LOL, getting tired of fighting things!!!

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WOW, can't believe it's been a month since my last update! We've had a simple home improvement project blow up into an all out renovation, so my priorities have been elsewhere, but here is what has transpired in my time away....

Well I got the pan reinstalled, but I still have a slight leak at the back of the engine, so I plan to once more pull the sway bar, jack up the engine and drop the pan out and replace the once piece Ford Racing oil pan gasket with a 4 piece Fel-Pro gasket. That way, I can secure the gasket around the crank to the engine and attach the side gaskets to the pan rail and then hit the corners good with RTV just before lifting the pan into position and installing.

The following weekend, I got the multi-point distribution block mounted, supply cable ran and designed a bracket to hold the relay box.
 
 
 


I also dragged out the radiator and flushed the antifreeze out of it as well as running the power steering lines.
 
 
 
 

The weekend after that, I got the power steering belt and water pump pulley installed, put a bit of fluid in the reservoir to make sure pump case wouldn't leak and trimmed the collector reducers to allow the 2 1/2"OD exhaust pipe to snuggly fit inside so I can determine the proper exhaust run.
 
 

The weekend before last, I got the radiator drain drilled out and retapped to accept a normal brass petcock rather than the plastic POS the radiator came with, got it scuffed and the first coat of paint applied.
 
 
 
 
 

I will hit the core again from an angle to try and get all the fins lightly covered. I then installed the thermostat and snugged up all the hose clamps on the smaller hoses and then got the radiator upper and lower hoses installed.
 
 
 

I then played around a bit with the collectors and transition pipes to try and determine the angle I needed to get so the remaining exhaust ran parallel to the driveshaft before calling it a day.

This weekend, I had snuck over earlier and hit the fins with a second coat of paint, so I was able to get the transmission bungs installed in the radiator...
 
 
 

but the ears on the drain petcock broke free and would not operate the drain, so I picked up a new one to install next weekend.

I also put together the exhaust cutouts...
 
 
 
 
 

and played around with seeing what I needed to get them installed. I believe I'm going to use a braided flex pipe between the collector and the cutout due to the slight bend out of the collector to run parallel with the driveshaft and use a new style rod hanger welded to the cutout pipe with rubber grommeted hanger attached to the floorpan to support the exhaust back to the mufflers.

I also decided to resolve the oil leak before installing the radiator and filling the engine with coolant. I'd rather do it now than after the car has been painted!


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WOW, can't believe it's been over a month since my last post! Thankfully the home improvement project is completed and took a long weekend guys trip to Vegas last week, but now things are back to normal (whatever that is! LOL) and I should be back on task!

I actually worked on the Tomato today!! Nothing to show for myself, but I chased all the oil pan bolt holes with a bottoming tap, got the front and rear crank gaskets RTV'ed into position as well as the side gaskets and the pan back into place.

Will snug everything up next weekend and then rehang the front sway bar and driver side fender. Once all that is done, I'll install the radiator, tighten all the hose clamps and fill the cooling system in preparation for setting the car back onto the ground and getting her mobile so I can get her sent off for final bodywork and paint..... hopefully before the holidays!!!


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 Shocked really? dreaming of a red and white christmas... that would be cool!!!Big smile
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Something else I did on Saturday was to compare my swoop template with the template my buddy Joe sent me of the TV Hero #1 swoop. Man was I surprised how close I was!!!!

Here in my original side by side comparison....



Here is my template on top of the TV car template....




Here's how much my swoop was off....



I really surprised myself being that close!

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Last weekend, my buddy Jim and I set about installing the Blowfish Racing MT82 transmission bracket kit...
 
 

Hurst Competition Plus shifter...
 
 
on my '13 Mustang. Got the car up in the air and started removing the old stuff and hanging the new brackets only to find the hardware had not been put into the kit. Angry So we installed what we could and rehung the old until the hardware arrived. I was able to get the shifter put together so it was ready to go into the car once the brackets were installed to the transmission.
 

This week the hardware arrived, so we were able to get the car up on the lift and the brackets installed on the transmission on Friday evening...
 

On Saturday, I went over to the shop and got the shifter installed after working thru a few gremlins with the shifter install..... someone at Ford should have their ass reamed for not moving/increasing the size of the shifter floor cutout so all 4 bolts could be accessed from above. One bolt was partially cover by the sheetmetal, so using a pair of channelocks, I rolled the sheetmetal up out of the way so I could get the fourth bolt out.
 


Also, someone should be chewed out for hard attaching the floor wire harness connector to the console bezel rather than the console harness connector so it could be unplugged and removed for bench work. Was trying to get the shifter boot unsnapped from the bezel with it tethered to the floor, but after a while, I finally bit the bullet and cut the floor connector loose from the bezel and unhooked the console harness and went over to the workbench so I could flip the bezel completely over and see/access all the clips that retain the boot to the bezel. Was finally able to get the boot freed up so it could be modified a bit to fit over the Hurst shifter base.
 
 

With the shifter installed and everything put away, I went upstairs and finished installing the oil pan on the engine. I plan on taking this Friday (day after Thanksgiving) off so I can go over and put in a full day on the Tomato dropping the engine back into place and rehanging the sway bar. Then on Saturday, reinstall the driver side fender, headlight buckets, grill header and the hood in preparation for setting the car back on the ground for the first time in several YEARS!


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that's a cute little shifter joe.

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