Follow along with the video below to see how to install our site as a web app on your home screen.
Note: This feature currently requires accessing the site using the built-in Safari browser.
When you click on links to various merchants on this site and make a purchase, this can result in this site earning a commission. Affiliate programs and affiliations include, but are not limited to, the eBay Partner Network.
I have this 1970, one year only clutch switch that was restored by the late Jules the Wiperman but never used.
No detail was overlooked when he did these.
Spring tension tested and was fine, contacs greased, body dissassembled and replated, new wire installed, new plastic on arm roller.
Actually we located it about 7 years ago now, and did some horsetrading and my friend from Oshawa wound up up with it and still has it.
Sounds like you were in a perfect spot to see and take all those runs in.
Good times for sure
I had this center Ramcharger piece from a 69 Coronet RT and at Carlisle found these two outer pieces.
I should know this but I'm drawing a blank.
I thought all Ramcharger and Air Grabber set-ups had the area that mates up to the opening areas of the hood like second picture of another Air...
Mr Hemi...you are in all probabilty correct.
We were told by the gentleman with the engine that it was from Miss Budweiser, when was likely from Miss Chrysler Crew as you mention.
Some pics of the motor.
I have a set of valve covers from a Hatteras built 426 W.
They were pretty active back in the day with Mopar marine.
Several years back, a friend and I bought a 426 Hemi engine that came from the Miss Budweiser boat that sank
in Ontario waters in the early 70's at a boat show.
It was an early...