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We pay more because1) there are fewer of them and2) they don't break like GM stuff does
If you are looking for parts, post in the WANTED section. Not in here.As far as the vinyl top goes, it should be on the tag. Is it a St Louis...
I replaced the ones in my Challenger, and I'm thinking they were 3.5"but I don't remember for sure
I would bet there is a different part number for them. But for all intents and purposes they are the same
I've had more 69s than they have.
Prior to 70 they had 5/8" hoses. Starting in 70, one hose was a 5/8, the other was a 1/2"
How does it all line up under load?
Been workin on and driving them for 39 years, and have yet to run one in to something cause it has "crappy drum brakes"
I saw that, and it looks FanTASTIC! Bet you're really stoked about it too.Yeah, I'd go check the:ufo:. Think that old coot is still alive?...
I'd say get the doctor in on this. But as we know, he doesn't really own any cars:werd:
well....there ya go
(low grade rant on)Disc brakes are great, but I don't understand why anyone would sell a car cause it didn't have them. These things had (at...
Yup. Power brakes, and it does appear to be a N96 air grabber car (ask me how I know)
post it without the sequence number
I think the entire assembly is available from Year 1
If what you have is a 68 ralley cluster it will work, although the face (big black thing) will probably be a different texture
Sure they did.......cause I doubt wingcarenvy would have shot a figure of 15 for a U code car :werd:
Can't get that for my Hemi runner.....but it isn't rust free, a 4 speed, or have a block.Still....it's a HEMI
Nope. There are two bolts on the sides of the radio (one on each side 3/8 I think) and a nut holding up the back. Remove these three fasteners,...