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Can make just about anything work. Width and steering set-up makes things a lot easier if they match your project. Some not so good quick pics....
Always had good results using Lubriplate, white assembly grease.
Rebuilding your originals is always an option. Very easy process if they aren't pitted.
I have never been able to remove one with glass in door, '67 and down A and B bodies, 2 and 4 door.
You first have to remove side glass and all hardware.
You might be taking this (or yourself) a little too seriously.....
Yeah, my Mom's '88-'89 turbo 5th Ave had them on front fenders. Gills.
I have that one, too. I had a '67 GTX, a '64 Belvedere post, and a '64 Fairlane 500 when I read that mag. I was in Heaven !!
I believe those are A body shocks.
I have one more 440 to do, then I am going to build a bad ass 354 with '55 331 heads. No substitute for cubic inches, you say ? How about Jahns...
I would think it would have to be basically mechanically perfect to be at $3000 with rough exterior/interior.
I thought that maybe the last Grant kit I bought contained 2 different size cover plates. Maybe ??
Lubriplate assembly lube works best for me.