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Also available in 75-77 Chargers.
Definitely different than 2D and 4D.They have a bar stock loop on the frame/body that a tang from the seat gets pushed into and then twisted to...
Pic of the bracket might help.Might be 27 body specific.
66 to 70 all interchange.
Remember- retractors were optional in 1966.
Kind of a simple stupid machine, if you will.Basically a manual wind that is triggered automatically and applied by 12v power.
I've always thought that was odd.
Looks good.Did I miss what paint(s) you used?
Satellite (and Coronet 500) but not Belvedere (or Coronet 440).
Herbs didn't work for my 67 or my 73.Not too happy, 48 bucks later.
VHT won second place in the "chrome" spray shootout (out of 12 products, IIRC).It's MUCH easier to find than the product that won first place.
I talked to a couple well known carpet vendors/manufacturers at Don Garlits' a couple of years ago.NONE of them knew what I was talking about....
That looks pretty good.Any idea what paint you're gong to use?
FYI- it takes a somewhat odd, shouldered bolt as well.
Any advice on colors, preferably locally sourced (Lowes, etc).I need to paint a worn dash vent panel to match my relatively nice cluster.
I believe the OP is talking about the pad.Last time I checked it was around $1400.Since then a few other options have become available.
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@2012ChargerBlacktopThey push on.I have some.PM me.
My plan for the 67, is to paint the metal and install urethaned hardwood rails where the metal is embossed.
I don't think you even need to go to all that trouble.I bought a $5 knob at a swap meet to practice on and simply re-threaded it with a factory...