On Sat, 31 Dec 2005 12:03:57 GMT, "RR News" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Just wondering about the feasability of placing a Diesel engine in a 71 Ford
>Mustang. I've always liked the 71 Fastbacks, and with the added bonus of
>them having one of the largest engine bays, I assume that this swap is
>Of course this would be for a biodiesel project, and perhaps eventual
>conversion to WVO (Waste Vehicle Oil) but I don't want to start looking at
>any fancy new type of diesel engine (common direct rail, etc). I was just
>wondering if anyone would know off-hand what Diesel of the Ford line-up
>would be the least amount of hassle for this swap.
>I think my last post to this group was in the year 2000...things have
>Where is Bill S.?
>Thank you for your time,
>email@example.com (replace .net with .com)
>Former 66 Mustang owner
>Former 72 Mustang owner
>Current 93 Escort owner (sucks to be me)
It's absolutely NOT feasible if you want to be respected by anyone who
owns a Mustang!
But, it sounds as if you are bound to try, so I have a nice wooden
stake I am putting a pointy end on... got a water pistol filled with
Holy Water... and just melted down a crucifix to cast a couple of
silver bullets for good measure. And my brother, who lives down south,
is sending me a shipment of garlic. That gives me all the tools needed
to give you a helping hand with the project.
May the Great Kahuna give you the strength to resist!
1965 Ford Mustang Fastback 2+2, Vintage Burgundy
w/Black Std Interior, A Code 289 C4 Trac-Lok;
Vintage 40 16" rims w/225/50ZR16 KDWS BF Goodrich
gForce Radial T/As, Cobra drop; surround sound
See my ride at....
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Jul 2005- http://18.104.22.168/albums/86810/d..._11_05_002.jpg
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