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Old 11-16-2011, 08:14 PM
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Rebuilt FE 390 (Mirror 105 block) - Video

Fuel leak and p/s leak fixed..

Anyone know where I can get the hose that goes from the charcoal canister to the air cleaner?

1970 Ford F100, SWB, with rebuilt 1973 mirror 105 FE 390 block. Bored .060, stock, Pertronix II, Tefba radiator filter, Holley 4V.



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Old 11-17-2011, 10:51 AM
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Gee, couldn't you have taken a little time and at least cleaned up the engine bay a little bit? Looks brand new!
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Thanks. Almost everything under the hood has either been cleaned/painted, powder coated, or purchased reman/new. Lots of $, but did most the work myself including the rebuild. I had a shop do the heads and bore the cylinders though.
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Sure looks good. Well done.
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