So the truth of the matter is the owner of the GT-E, was so ill informed as to what belonged on the car, and oblivious to the worth of the buck tag, and sold along with a bunch of stuff.
That STILL doesn't answer the question, HOW, WHY, WHEN or WHERE it was removed, brain fart??
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- 31 Jan 2019, 22:31
- Forum: The GT-E Registry
- Topic: Mecum Red GTE Engine Rebuild
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If as you originally said, "looking for a stock look",,, then lose the caution fan decal, what a dealership may or may not have done, depending on where the dealership was located, or who was working on the car, the sticker doesn't belong, that statement is kind of saying, "hey, the gas station put ...
No I didn't read the article, since when did ANY manufacturer give more than 12,000 miles on a HP engine, let alone 100,000, Not sure about a Chevy 454 on 70, but I'm almost positive no Hemi got more than a year or 12,000, and we know what the HP 427 Ford got. I know of many Ford 427's built up, inc...