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SMR prices are in US currency, so still get hit with exchange. Hard to avoid.
These guys are in WI.
Try removing the windlace and adjust the pinch weld by bending it inward. You should be able to gain some clearance and allow the doors to close...
Scrape off the easy stuff with a flat scraper. Use a torch or heat gun to heat and scrape the remaining undercoating. Brake clean will help wipe...
Agree with 66. Depends on the engine builder.
For reference, in my 500 hemi, I use Joe Gibbs 10W40 mineral oil, not synthetic.
I think you will find the same speedo cable fits both Belvedere I and II. They come in 2 lengths: 63" and 83".
Rock Auto has for under $10.
I use one of these. Preset to 20ft/#.
Check with 5.7hemi (Zack). He's a member here.
Was in progress.
Now the motor and trans are out for upgrades, so back in progress.
You need to makes friends with a guy with a trailer :)
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I had no problem with my Indy EZ heads and valve covers, but a buddy had to do some grinding on his E heads and valve covers like crylydog mentioned.
Mine is just a hobby car .... never even considered fuel economy. Probably not great.[ATTACH]
65 Belvedere I, 2 door post, hemi with aluminum heads and water pump, headers, 727, SS interior with rear seat delete, full 3" exhaust, dana,...
I use Aeromotive products; fuel pump, filters, and return regulator.
My 65 Belvedere I with hemi weighs 3660, no driver.
I fill the bowls when the carbs have been off.
I always spin the motor to get oil pressure before starting.
An RPM switch can be set to activate a light at your desired RPM.