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roger
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From: ontario, canada
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posted 01-06-2006 09:49 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for roger        Reply w/Quote
some #'s off these blocks, i don;t know who else to ask, not many cleveland guys around here it seems

One thats apart has an Alum. intake #;
D1ZX-9425-FA or Fh can;t quite make it out.
The oil pan has a` knock out across bottom.
Block number, i think -XF or XE 195550.
Once i get better access I;ll clean em up, But is there a site to go to for cleveland identification #'s

Moneymaker
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posted 01-06-2006 09:52 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Moneymaker        Reply w/Quote
That's some rare/good stuff you have latched onto Roger me boy.

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roger
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posted 01-06-2006 10:56 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for roger        Reply w/Quote
What i;ll do is gather all the numbers, description of Ford stuff & maybe you or someone can point me towards that guy that deciphers codes.
My focus is aquiring that Eliminator, the more i read about them the more i like it!
Im off tomorrow to dig through everything, the guy said he;ll be at work but i can go through & look over everything, write down #'s, etc.Very , very nice guy.

roger
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posted 01-07-2006 09:37 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for roger        Reply w/Quote
I went over the 70 eliminator pretty good today, it is in very good shape, burnt orange, original good paint, black interior , hardly any wear, It does have an FMX tranny, damn it
Here;s the serial # - F91R501916
I know its got optional suspension, & 1 of only 200 with this paint scheme.
The original motor comes with it & i;m going to try & talk him into 1 of the other spare 351C;s, Alex seems to think its a good one.
The hook is i have to help him sell the 70 Comet GT & the 64 Power wagon (440/dana rear). The Mustang Claifornia special is going to be done up & sold seperately.
Great guy & the incentive is there for me to see what i can do to make it happen.

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