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Jim, take those choke blades out!
can't go wrong with Total Seal Rings
between the big hole in the front dr side where the cable goes in and the part no. it 's pretty simple the figure out.
oh some small blocks had on drivers side but it was more of a heat shield for plug wires.
factory never used gaskets, except for hemi and max wedge.
I have several but I'm in Wi.
looks like something I did long time ago lol
did the out put shaft on trans come out the the end of the seal boot or close to it? if so , looks like you don't even have a 1/2 in of room...
I like Glass Tek cause it has the reverse lip like a factory steel one an and you can mount it like the factory did. with slip on clips and bolts...
usually the section width is more of an issue with slick fitment than tread width, unless you have a round wheel well shaped like the tire,which I...
did you forget a ground wire when you put the motor back in. where is the msd box grounded?
you don't really need a template for the holes , take a 1/4 in threaded rod , grind one end to a point and thead into carb , slowly lower hood ,...
the early cars had an external trans filter, kinda looked like a gm efl fuel filter, it was mounted in the trans lines along the engine oil pan....
call Bob at Glen Ray Radiator in Wisc. you won't be sorry.
studs are far superior to bolts anyway , if you ever have to take it apart , pull the motor.
looking for drivers door glass for 66-67 dodge coronet or plymouth belvedere should be the same, has to be for 2dr sedan. not hard top....
the lever on the trans is towards the rear when in park.
throw out bearing is bigger
should be fine, mine were long enough going from 6cyl, to big block