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Yeah Rick, only place that seems to still have it is Amazon. And I am going to order a case or two before it is all gone.
Otherwise I saw great...
2448849 is the original part number but gawd only knows how many times that has superseded.
Kim at Passion 4 Mopars is probably your best bet.
I've been using this but it is getting harder to find.
At one time Walmart had it but I haven't seen it now for months.
Any locksmith has them. In fact they were used on GM and Ford cars as well. They are all the same as long as you get the proper size.
Dad, first beautiful car. I commend you for NOT jacking the back and doing all the things folks do to that style Fury to race it. I am a stickler...
I'd be interested to know who does columns too. Thinking of getting mine done over the winter.
Personally I like the Magnum 500's.
Agreed, 67 was the first year for everyone all though Chrysler did have them in many 66 models.
I prefer stock on both of mine.
I agree. Mopar part numbers (thru 80s) were 7 digits.
Most likely a casting number.
The 1756586 doesn't show anywhere as ply64 stated.
I did this out of a piece of aluminum for my 73 then painted it black.
Interesting. According to the parts book it was either "single speed" or "varible speed". There is no 3 speed listed. Varible is 2497421.One...
A, B or C body
Mine is a 67 383 4bbl. It's a 2.94 rear w/o sure grip.
On trips depending on using good gas or not I can get 17-18.
Around town maybe 12 IF I...
So much was not working that I purchased the entire under-hood kit from Classic Auto Air.
But they are a fairly common compressor now. Sanden is...
Yeah, I replaced it with the new compressor as well
I echo what propwash said.
When I bought my 67 it had bias-plys on it including the spare. I can only assume they were quite old. So I decided at...
Wow, I'm looking at the parts book and it is a bit confusing.
Go to http://www.mymopar.com/downloads/partscatalogs/64_Mopar_Parts_Catalog.zip and...