I'd be tempted to use the repro spring in the original handle.
chrome probably won't last as long, possibly a fraction of the originals...
hole in the head you say?Oh, "project car".Same thing for me....but let's see it.
...and vinyl top removed?
why is a painted tag a problem?
one hundred beellion dollars.bwahahahahahahaha
I see it was touched on but I'll elaborate-As a general rule, the Super Bee trim and interior level was the same as the Coronet 440, and the R/T...
These are in fact available new and on ebay.they are $250 but the shipping is outrageous.A local glass shop should be able to get one from the...
The plug is what saved them more than a few penniesTooling and molding 2 different lenses would have been way more expensive than one lens and...
You can get 90% of what you need for a 10" rotor setup off an 80's 5th Ave...and they made a LOT of those.I see 1-3 per year at the u-pulls...
bigblockdart.com has a LOT of good info on low dollar disk conversiontell us more about your car
history repeats it's selfhow has the price trend of say a 32 ford gone?
put a good quality trailer hitch on it and use it to trailer your new Super Bee to the drag strip.
The guide is not perfect but it's pretty close.Probably the best one out there.
museum quality- 11.2Khttp://www.collectorcarmarket.com/collector-car/prices/1969-dodge-coronet-value.html
The panel floats in the trim...and the base floats on the panel (but has locator pins).The only hard mount is the arm rest to the body.It's a...
correct- the panel should slide down enough to clear the chrome strip once the arm rest is removed..
...and when they finally did produce another aluminum wheel it was forged, rather than cast.IIRC the Mirada wheel in 1981.
even with the tool, be careful and align it under the metal of the clip50 year old cardboard is real easy to rip
I agree on a bit more if original paint.Green/green may hurt a bit......unless it's John Schneider's car.
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