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Bull Geek

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Bull Geek last won the day on November 25

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About Bull Geek

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    Oooooh a TOWN CAR!!!
  • Birthday 09/11/86

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    Nick Myers
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    Columbia, SC
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  • My Car
    Fleet 'o Panthers: 66 CS, 87 & 89 CP, 90 & 03 TC
  • Engine
    FE390, 3x 302 5.0, 4.6 2v

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  1. I don't like on the 4.6 2003+ how the oil splashed all over the steering rack fittings. Makes a huge mess. and surprisingly not the easiest to get out either. Especially if someone has "massaged" the lines. The old 5.0 is so easy. The blue Town Car rolled 228K. It's had new motor mounts installed and makes the car so much better to drive. New airbox (better sealing design) from the junkyard. 70MM tb off a Lincoln Aviator. New Motorcraft water pump, thermostat, belt tensioner assy, belt, and idler. Junkyard 50K 4.6 alternator (the old one's bearing was starting to make noise after 227K!). New drain plug from Ford in oil pan since some dumbass german torqued and stripped the threads on the bolt. New power seat motor so now I can sit where I like, not behind the B pillar. This car runs phenomenly. Next year I want to replace the exhaust manifolds, dipstick tube (has a rot hole) and the trans dipstick tube (welded on??). Love driving this car. Still need to address the mushy brakes.
  2. The cars were just as rusted in your state as Dave’s...
  3. Meet cancelled - sorry. Just not many folks showing up - we'll try again in March or so.
  4. Cool off to SHO peeps!
  5. Who da new owner?
  6. Those vents usually are snapped into place - may need to see if you can find used vents on eBay to see if screws also hold them in
  7. Take out windshield. Take out defrost grill. Reglue the dash trim down. Put heavy sandbag down to hold it. Then put back together. Or try to work with it without taking glass out - maybe take dash out. check out a 2000-5 DTS they are bad
  8. Walker stuff is generally pretty close. Manipulation required haha. cool that you got it installed. That 86 is a cream puff. when are you moving south to Illinois?
  9. Can't beat that hopefully it continues to do its job.
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  11. I have a set of "down pipes" that someone welded to an h pipe. Bolt and go clamp mufflers on and enjoy. not aware of any down pipes with flanges. Any custom exhaust place can fab some up using the cat as a template. nice to hear you are cruising around in a 96 Town Slab!
  12. I wonder if you can do some kind of reprogramming of the EIC? any visible issues on circuit board or the copper lined plastic panel on the back?
  13. Ahahahah some 95-7 Executive Town Slab. I love the stick on badges, the score in the airbag for centering the logo. poor car.
  14. Well that's good to hear it went home. your car was cross posted in a lot of places Josh. Price was reasonable too. its going to a good home - and at a certain price point on obscure, rare cars - for car people, that's more important sometimes than squeaking an extra few bucks out of a sale. So congratulations on the sale :-)