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Now if you mean the tappet or valve clearances then 12th inlet and 14 exhaust will work on any engine except certain GT versions on old 70s engines which clacked like hell and was like 22th exhaust and 20 inlet but these motors dont exist anymore
OLD CAR. Depends how bad the rust is, do you need new panels or can you fill the holes themselves with filler ? Main thing is would it pass a MOT Test. Japanese Cars in the 70s & 80s were made from recycled steel, they were all prone to rust.
a picture being worth a thousand or so words, go do a search for "lock cylinder" and "Chevrolet" on www.youtube.com. there are thousands of car repair videos there, and any late 70s GM product will be the same procedure. i have seen some for the mid 90s so i bet you will find some for the 70s. you can buy generic pre-keyed lock cylinders at most parts stores, however your keys will no longer fit the rest of the car. failing all else there are lots of service manuals on CD real cheap on eBay.
back side looks like the front but with wire terminals instead of fuse grooves. i do not think you can find a repair manual on a car this old on ebay. however most library reference sections keep MOTORS MANUALS and those go back to 1940s, might be on CD these days. also call around to local junkyards and see if any of them have a late 60s or early 70s Ford PU and go tear the one out of it. rare to find any pre 90s stuff in junkyards, but there are some hold outs. there is a truck only junkyard in Dundee Ohio, they could possibly have an old ford yet. find them with a google search. good luck, hope i gave you some ideas or help