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  1. JimKueneman

    anyone in Phoenix, Surprise AZ that knows this car?

    There was a lot of replaced metal in the rear. You can see the plug welds on the trunk pan In the photos Bill posted
  2. JimKueneman

    anyone in Phoenix, Surprise AZ that knows this car?

    It was a bidding war going on during the drive back so where are we on the maximum bid for the 68?
  3. JimKueneman

    anyone in Phoenix, Surprise AZ that knows this car?

    Honestly I don’t think they believed they misrepresented it. I really think they believed the paint was really nice in the places where it didn’t have problems. They were an elderly couple.
  4. JimKueneman

    anyone in Phoenix, Surprise AZ that knows this car?

    Apparently there is such a thing as a free lunch but I’m still waiting for the other shoe to drop and I have to go back up and help him load it!
  5. JimKueneman

    1968 Coronet Left Fender Splash Shield

    Yes I believe I bought it from him…. That was a while ago and my car has it!
  6. JimKueneman

    68 Coronet trunk lids

    The problem is they capture dust/dirt in that cavity and then when it gets wet it says wet forever. If it was stored inside and not driven on dirt roads then there may be a few in Az.
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    68 Coronet trunk lids

    Fake news! I don't believe there are any non rusted '68 trunk lids in existence! :rofl:
  8. JimKueneman

    Pics of everyones 68-69 Coronets

    STILL?????
  9. JimKueneman

    Trunk Weatherstrip

    Didn’t. It settled out after a while.
  10. JimKueneman

    Fender Tag....what does it tell me?

    Www.mymopar.com tools to decode it and more are on that site
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    69 coronet R/T convertible

    Was that Audry? @lanceh13
  12. JimKueneman

    Exhaust tip hangers question

    I have great photos of everything but what you need...... This is the best.. You can see the captured nut, sort of. It is clear it is not a clip-nut...
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    Exhaust tip hangers question

    Wait a tick they may have the nut clips like the front fenders do..... let me go out in the garage..... they bolt to the bottom of the frame rails and they look flush... I would need to dig out some photos to remember...... I thought it was clear but I may be confusing it with the Duster... It...
  14. JimKueneman

    Exhaust tip hangers question

    My Coronet frames has the nut welded into the frame rails on both sides even for a single exhaust 318... I just bolted the dual to it.
  15. JimKueneman

    Driving up tp Phoenix early tomorrow.......

    Yes it is. Last year there were exactly 2 old Mopars both from Nogales Mexico, a '68 Coronet 500 that was a driver and an early 70's more door Satellite again a driver.
  16. JimKueneman

    Dual heater core advice

    My 2 cents. Like you I Had no desire to do it twice. I sent my core to Glenray to have Bob recore it and have him give you the name of the guy in his area to buy a new h valve from. $250 to recore and I forgot the cost of the valve. The aftermarket ones are a crapshoot if they fit or leak.
  17. JimKueneman

    Vent window Allen key stripped and won't turn

    I know what you are talking about. The Coronet had a similar problem. I had a spare metric size that was just a tad larger than the standard. I carefully touched the flats on a grinder and each time tried to drive it into the bolt. It was not that difficult to get it down to the size where it...
  18. JimKueneman

    Anyone know of the windshield seal from a 2 door will work on a 4 door???

    I have my original front and rear glass if you want to dry fit them and see
  19. JimKueneman

    318 guys- you know your fuel mileage ?

    Original 318, 2.94 Sure Trak with a RV cam, performer manifold and FiTech in the Coronet. Best ever downhill with a tail wind maybe 16MPG, normally around 13MPG-14MPG so you are not far off. I virtually never have my foot in it either, I just cruise around.
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    68 Coronet seat belts

    My '68 is the same way. Retractable lap and the shoulder clipped to the sun visor.
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