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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.

My own site is here: and I have added your 2 links here:


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.


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?


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.



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