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I took my 73 rally charger to a car meet. I had two young kids (17 or so) Just nuts over it. They loved the simplicity of the car. Even the manual roll up windows and the uncluttered of the engine compartment just made their day. Not many 3rd generation chargers here so it's one of those...
All my car and motorcycles are in a garage. I run off people that go cruising down my dead end street. I let then know they don't live here and warn then that the my two neighbors are retired and shot on sight.
if you never done it before, yes you will make a mess. I service transmission all the time and I have a system down. all I can say is take your time, and don't remove all the bolts or it will look like a murder scene from the chainsaw massacre.
let it drain into a good size pan, not one of...
Yes it is in my opinion.
If you are willing to spend that much, go look it over first before you make an offer. You might find yourself stuck with a money pit that needing a lot of parts, and spending a ton of money and time looking for them.
I was happy with all they sent me. (Rear quarter, inner fender, radiator Crowl, and rocker panels) for my 68 coroner.
They were fast and even caught a mistake on a part number I had written down. Gave me a great discount and a break on the shipping since I was a member of this forum.