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tnab1970
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Fort Worth Area

Post #1 by tnab1970 » Mon Jan 22, 2018 1:10 pm

Ill give a recommendation for two I use here in the Fort Worth Area:
Wes's Automotive Machine Shop- Haltom City, Texas
and
Arlington Automotive Machine- Arlington, Texas
Both have done work for me on both the Ford 300's and other Ford engines. Both are easy to work with and knowledgeable. I use either one based on time frame for my projects. Work I've had done : bore blocks, deck blocks, head / valve work ( oversize valves ) , vat , magnaflux, balancing , etc.

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Re: Fort Worth Area

Post #2 by ags290 » Mon Jan 29, 2018 5:55 pm

I will give a second to Arlington Machine. The did a great job on my 170 cylinder head.
Kevin
Early 1965 Mustang with a 170

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