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I pulled one of those out of my heads. The other one was stuck. Something they use in the casting process.
It's now become a running joke. I don't know if he will ever finish it. All the sheet metal was replaced and the paint done at least 20 years ago.
Hawk, my buddy who I used to race with in the 80's still has his 73 Runner. It was also a 340 auto car, and he is the original owner. He always...
Geez Hawk, that sounds familiar. That's how the 500 was born.
I had heard that the painless dent removal was harder on our old cars due to thicker metal. Your guy didn't mention any issues?
I love this build, will keep watching.
Looks great Brad
Did you manage to sell the engine yet Brad?
How many miles are on it?
Wow that is amazing!
The factory A/C system is heavy and is kind of a hornets nest of lines. A modern retrofit system with a sanden compressor would be much lighter...
Nice car, the quarters look really solid.
Hawk, that should work nicely, and a far more elegant solution than I used. I found these pictures of the dimples I made in my factory valve...
If I recall it made best power on the dyno at 34 degrees. Does your computer allow you to add vacuum advance as well?
Hawk, the valve train was always noisy since day one. Part of it is the lifters. Part of it is the Crane gold rockers. They always had a sewing...
Yes I may have had more like 20 in it, I usually timed by total timing. Sounds like it is hitting in the same place. I also tried dimpling the...
Congrats Hawk. It used to be happy at about 850 in gear. I think it will need at least 15 degrees of initial advance.
The stock looking 383 surprised a few people.
Glad that manifold worked out Hawk