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Jerry Baker:
send me your link and I will add you as well.  I will help anyone that will help us.

Well Im not rushing any thing so our new chapters come slowly but I feel if they come to me and want to start a chapter then they will do more then I ask them.   we have 7 chapters as of now and picked up members from 4 other countries as well.  Oh we have been up and running for 2 years now, well 2 and a month.

We also have member in alot of states just no chapters for them.  I think I have picked up 6 or 7 members in the last few days.  Ya I felt we need a club just for us and that was more about you and your car no matter what it looked like and not about how much money I could make off my member no matter what they drive.  Most of the big clubs just want the dues and it don't matter what you drive.

fastone:
My own site is here: http://www.rfedd.bigstep.com/ and I have added your 2 links here: http://www.rfedd.bigstep.com/generic.html?pid=74

Ron

Jerry Baker:
I added you link to our links page.  Thank you and I will have to send you a banner in the next few days.

You have a lot of info on your page.

kcusick:
Greetings,

I am restoring a 1970 Mustang with a 351 Cleveland engine and I need some help.  The engine runs and the odometer says 97, 000 miles (don't know how reliable that is) I don't know if I should rebuild this engine or by a crate 302 engine to replace it.  It also needs some transmission work, doesn't shift gears properly.  What would you do first?

Kelvin

fastone:
Transmission is a C4, C6, toploader? You cannot build an engine for as cheaply as you can buy a new Ford crate motor. So I would highly recommend either a new Ford crate motor or a remanufactured engine with a 3 year, 100,000 mile warranty.

Let me know on the transmission.

Ron

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