fordtrucks61-79-digest Friday, November 14 1997 Volume 01 : Number 351
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Re: 1969 Lincoln 2-door --anything worth saving? [Chekerdpst aol.com]
now I am really confused [Don ]
Date: Fri, 14 Nov 1997 02:51:33 -0500 (EST)
From: Chekerdpst aol.com
Subject: Re: 1969 Lincoln 2-door --anything worth saving?
Hi everyone-I haven't posted much to the list, but have learned quite a bit
by reading your communications. A friend gave me a 69 Lincoln today, and I
am curious what parts I should remove before hauling it away to the local
yard. The car runs and drives, but suffers from severe rust. A plaque under
the hood says "11.5 to 1 compression" and "365 horsepower". I am thinking
that this might make my 78 camper special really haul. (Currently powered by
460/C-6/non posi.) From your postings, I know to keep the heads, and probably
the con rods and pistons. Any help much appreciated. Darren
Date: Fri, 14 Nov 1997 03:44:56 -0600
Subject: now I am really confused
Okay, now I am really confused......
heads say D1AE-A1C
block says D1AE-A1C
so are the heads from a 351C-2v and the block a 400 ?
as I am just starting to rebuild.....I sort of need to know what I am
btw.....what is a GOOD book with all the numbers in it ?
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