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    Ford Heritage workshop

    http://www.dpccars.com/car-videos-13...e-workshop.htm


    Watch Mat Watson take a trip down memory lane when he visits Ford's Heritage workshop in Essex.

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    Senior Member Rick Shopmier's Avatar
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    Great video. Ford made some great cars back when, and we got stuck with the Pinto, oh well at least the engine was from Germany. My '08 Bullitt went the GB, sent loads of stuff with the car and my contact info, never was contacted. My '66 GT-350R clone went to Calgary, CN last year, have not had any recent contact on that either.
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    Out of all the HPStangs you have had which one do you miss the most. I say that Bullitt in the Pic above but I could be wrong????????
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    351 Cleveland, FMX, Ram Air, Edelbrock 4V & Intake, Petronix Billet Distributor, Headman Long tube headers, Flowmaster Mufflers, Aluminum Radiator, Dual Electric Fans, Ghosted Mach 1 painted stripes
    1951 Ford F1, 302, AOD, Mustang II Front suspension, Lowered 5 / 7, Maverick Rearend, Long Term Project
    2013 F150 FX2, Ecoboost, V6 365 Hp / 420 Tq

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