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Under the front lip, where the BS bolts to the bracket.Makes getting the bracket bolts out a bit tougher.
...and I cut a slot in the top front for a coffee cup handle.I get a LOT of comments on those, and people are almost always amazed when they...
They actually match better in person, plus I have new seat covers since the photo.[ATTACH]
I fastened two PVC pipe couplings via two each rack equipment mounting ears (one long, one short) to the front of my buddy seat to get two coffee...
You mean 67 extensions?
I do this at the JY all the time (well, a lot).I like to see what $10-20 wheels I might be interested in running on my classic cars.There is...
I've put some late model metric wheels on pre 1980 Mopars and they fit like they were supposed to be there.Care to share your tire secrets?
Car stuff is famous for being oddly sized- like 2 1/4", or 4 3/4" long etc.Most hardware stores have sizes on the inch and 1/2 inch length only...
I just recently saw one of those at a U-pull, and thought the same thing.The fomoco engineers already did 90% of the work for you of...
See my thread "About that car..."
Thanks. what Hughes grind were you running before to get those numbers?
How would you compare the performance versus the stock cam?Not sure how into MPG you are, but would be interested in that difference as well.
So, what cam did you go with?I'm always interested in roller cam upgrades as I have both a roller LA 318 and a Mag 5.9 to play with, eventually.
If it's original paint and no body work a solid 67 GTX convertible has got to be worth more than 5K.
I like it, but.....There was one local here- clean and solid.Sat on CL for over a year at 4K
You are crossing the line between auto repair and art, sir.
Have you seen the Brazilian Dart Chargers? They were similar to that from the factory.
Come on guys....we all know that Murphy's law CLEARLY dictates that one day after installing headers, the starter ALWAYS fails, even if brand new.
Interesting.What engine did it have?I LOVE seeing the differences in cars built in/for different geographic markets.