From what I know myself.... in 68 the p/s pump would have been either the Federal or possible
TRW pump, cause the Saginaw pump was introduced in 69, for BB Chryslers. I have a non A/C
68 Satellite with a 383/727 car w/p/steering, and it has a federal pump on it with a single
groove pulley. I am...
hello lefty71, we are not sure if we can get to pulling the rear end out. I got some sheet metal sold and behide on drilling it out. 375.00 would buy whole rear end, we will drop it off to you. let us know.
TTT....... there are still more parts available on this 63, and I can bring just about
anything to the Chryslers at Carlisle show for free delivery. Just post here on the
thread, as I will be checking it daily. Thank you for any interest.
Anyone like motorcycle drag racing? Well... as in the header, my broth-in-law has been racing his Harley in
the super stock class, and his drag bike has the fastest mph in the country at 129.70 in the 1/4 mile. His bike
has had many mods, including an S & S crank, and pretty much else the best...
You should be able to access that area with a small 90 degree angle drill, with a short
drill bit. And like the others have mentioned... use the shortest heli-coil you can buy.
If you can only find the longer heil coils, install them and let them dry overnight, then
use a hand held cutoff disc...
I believe it was my grandfather, that said in the olden days they would replace a quart of oil
with the use of a quart of diesel fuel. With the engines of the 60s-70s I don't know if this
would be acceptable. I am sure there our other members that will chime in also.
True... but I have 38 Plymouth 5 window and on the original front and rear axles
their were locating dowels then, and also on a 54 Ply too. I can't remember
anything with dowel locating pin(s) in the 60s... but never say never.
Zigs, I apologize for the inbox being full, but I will empty it some. As far as the floorpans go....
I have not yet pulled the seats, or carpet out, but I will get that done asap. I will say, the rear
underseat pan is available and looks very good, but will know more as soon as I get the...
You can try Vintage power wagons in Iowa, and also try Regulator Roy in Hemmings
Motor News, he should have them in either NOS or possibly used. Also this guy has
all Chrysler NOS and used, and he is Andy Bernbaum Auto Parts near the East Coast, USA. I maybe able to think of a...
Jimka, Appreciate your interest in these parts... and I am sorry for my inbox not
being cleaned out too. As far as the trunk floor, very nice used condition. We do
already have a very clean used trunk floor already drilled out that is out of a 65
Coronet and does include the side drops also...
First off... this car is missing the hood, headlight bezels, grille, left fender, trunklid, tail lights, and a few minor things. This car was purchased
way out in the western usa, so it has nice used metal on it. It is a poly 318/727 pushbutton trans. It s got a 8.75 rear. We will be working on...