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Thank you! that is EXACTLY the look I was after! lots of hidden things in the interior for modern usage but kept the retro look. (8 track modified to accept an amp and ipod jack), small hole in the gauge cluster for a shift light, and cruise control lever re purposed to a line lock button)
Wow! Fran Blacker and B-rad, thank you! this is so helpful. This gives me plenty to chew on and study. I like the idea of just adjusting the tilt vs. getting the new tracks but now seeing the pics, I don't know. Man, thank you both!
There is a 68-69 set on Ebay as well, but for that kind of money, Classic Industries has a brand new set.
Thank you, I don't want to put you out but if you have some pics, that would be appreciated! Going to look into my current track as suggested as well..
Thanks, Fran, yup, they are about double that now!
Looking to keep my interior stock including the seats on my 68 Charger but want some more comfort and adjustability. I am tossing the idea around of swapping my tracks on the driver seat to the factory 6 way adjustable.
first, is it a straight up swap for my non adjustable ones? Second, for...
Couldn't have said it better myself! That is exactly what I did, for now it is hanging on the wall, just have swap out the springs for the softer ones but that is pretty simple. I also have the pistol grip ready to swap in as well for when I get tired of the ball..
Hey there. I searched the archive, couldn't find exactly what I was looking for.
I am about to replace the torsion bars on my 68 Charger which are the original 50 year old ones including the bolts and adjusters. I bought the 1" PST set and my question is will my current stock bolts be too...