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I built metal, with aircraft hanger insulation. Warm, dry and quiet enough
So,,, what are those sites?
Well I guess you are right. There is a set on ebay for $160.00
Ok. Good Luck
Did you find a head?
Would you settle/consider for a 1966 Plymouth Sport Fury III matching numbers 383?
Do you have any pictures?
My shop is literally in the woods. I just use D-con in bait traps nailed to a board around the foundation. In 4 years never had a mouse inside....
Must be in good condition.
Can some one tell me if there is any difference in a 1969 Dodge Coronet 440 valve cover and a 1969 Plymouth Cuda valve cover?Thanks.
Where are these plugs manufactured?
I followed this thread to the finest detail and my six pack ran better than it ever had. However, my engine had been bored so the 220 thermostat...
Sorry I didn't get you the pictures.
Since November iit has been a busy time for me.
I had another professional removal/installation, added shims...
You are correct and I am beginning to realize how much I don't know about rear ends as I have a Dana that had a 456 spool in it and yes I wanted...
Don't just run, run fast!!!
I promise you, unless you are a master mechanic, body man, fabricator and magician you can buy one completed much...
My 3.73 idles along about 2700 at 60 MPH. Plenty of torque behind the 440 six pack.
Must be for a 69 b body with correct markings, numbers and 3:73 or 3:53 positive traction.