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1969 B-Body Disc/Drum Brake Master Cylinder, Distribution Valve, and 2 connecting brake lines. All New. Installed to check fit, but never used, and no brake fluid was run through the parts. Decided to go with aftermarket four-wheel disc system. $150
I have a completely rebuilt, and broken in 440 engine which has been sitting in a garage, or in the car, for at least 7 years. Getting ready to finally add all the fluids, and bring the car back to life.
Prior to trying to do that I thought it might be prudent to get some oil in each of the...
26 inch aluminum radiator for B-Body Mopar big block/automatic. Intended to use in my stroker 440 69-Charger until I decided to go with a serpentine belt system and electric fans. Dropped right in my car, and lined up with all mounting holes, trans cooler lines, and upper/lower radiator hoses...
OK, adding my questions to the mix.
I have a 69 Charger with a new 440 stroker 6-pack engine and automatic trans. I am getting closer to getting it ready to run in the car for the first time (broken in on a dyno), and want to make sure the new cooling system is up to the task. The engine has a...
Going through, and disposing of my remaining parts stash. I don't remember which of my parts cars this came from, but believe it is a trunk light from either a 69, or 71 B-Body. The dark wire is brown. Look familiar to anyone?
The car has PB. It looks like the top part of the brackets have a tab that corresponds to an existing hole I have in the firewall in that area. Is the rectangular slot at the top of the bracket designed to lock onto the booster?
I am running a few last wires in my engine compartment, and find that I have an area over the top of the Disc Brake Booster that appears to be missing a bracket.
The bracket would appear to attach to the backing plate for the booster, and hold the wires that pass over the booster in place...