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I have a 70 V GTX 4 speed that doesn't have them. A01 build date. Could it be the build date or plant specific?
Bad idea. Never sell a numbers piece from your car. You can find all the blocks you will ever need, but not THAT block.
I've seen plenty of 6pk bottom ends come from Fury's and big C bodies.
If the car was built at Lynch Road, you're lucky it has anything at all on it!
Look under the trunk rail with a mirror. You should be able to make out he numbers.
Just out of curiosity have you matched the VIN, fender tag and sequence number on the radiator support and trunk weather strip lip? Are the pop...
There are lots of young people at the Mopar events I go to. I feel pretty good about the Mopar market staying strong.
Torch the bolt head and threaded end off and go from there.
So who's going to bid on this thing?? Don't lie! I'd love to be there for the auction.
I'm unclear about what cars have them(cooler) and which don't. Can anyone shed some light on that?
I use DuPont Centari with lead!
I'd bet the rubber hoses are plugged. Seen this many times.
And be aware that the air grabber system is 100% vacuum operated. There are no electrical components involved.
If I were looking at a car to buy and saw that it was not numbers matching AND had way different date coded engine, I would think that's just...
DP, I bought the car in 86 and they were on it. I will take a picture next time I'm at the car.
My GTX has them. I can snap some pics if you want me to.