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Yes, Mine is consistent. In past months, I replaced by Edelbrock 750 AFB (about 20 years old), with a new AVS2. Just flip my switches for Master IGN, MSD, Fuel Pump - step on the throttle once, then hit my start button. BAM !
I need a 1966 (one year only) steering column for a Belvedere/Satellite. It has to be a column shift, automatic trans with Power Steering. This particular one must have the shift rod connecting about 1/2 up the column on the outboard side--not at the end of the shaft. I would buy a new one...
About the age of 8, I was sent to the YMCA for a weeklong activity. One of those activities was at the pool --and I was terrified. The instructor asked for a volunteer to demonstrate something.....NO takers, so he picked me. That was NOT my best day. The NAVY was OUT after that point...
I believe you will find that the 66 is a 1-year only column. The 67 is slightly larger (in diameter) and will also collapse. I myself have been looking for a 66 column, column shift with Power Steering.
JESUS..LemonWedge. That actually made me cry a little to hear that. My wife (age 71) went though the same thing, and 6 months later, the Stint was blocked again. Then it was time for Open Heart surgery.
Keep the faith, Amigo.
$100 - $125 here in N. Texas. Building is one thing, but have you given any thought that once it's build and running, what if something isn't quite right ---will he come back on you for resolution? If it was a friend, OK. If it was someone I did NOT know, I would hedge my bets.
I used to go to the used car lots late at night (back in the 50's, early 60s), and wanted to hear what some of them sounded like. I wasn't going to steal them, but I could I wanted to. Just hot wire it. Clip a wire from the + side of the battery, to the + side of the coil.....them use a...