Separate names with a comma.
Have you checked with AMD?
WHAT A SHOCK :O !!! I feel really bad now :( I thought he was a grat guy.
Is this 334185? because I saw it on ebay and I was curious becaue this one is sunfire yellow too
Beautiful cars nonetheless, I look at a project and see it as if it had just rolled off the assembly line.
:puke:Makes me sick!
I agree, I wouldn't give up my 440 for one either, it's really the novelty of it.:icon_syda:
Regardless of what he says I think both 'verts deserve a second chance at life
Yes, I believe I mentioned that somewhere :D
Very cool pics :D
I got a resto page on cardomain: www.cardomain.com/ride/3160504
it might help you out. Also check out www.69hemi.com it's pretty cool :)
Oh,well you win, as usual, you start a conflict and so on and so forth...
It would behoove you to not :puke: on anyone's threads, please....
Holy Cow! That's awesome work. Keep it up :D
with regard to 696pack's reply...
Sure thing. I think the A12 should have been put in a separate column on it's own. :idea1: I...
Sure thing. I think the A12 should have been put in a separate column on it's own. :idea1: I understand it was an option package and that it was...
Read it carefully, he says he's selling HIS PHONE NUMBER.
Appearantly not so much cause this guy thinks there was such a thing as a 1969 Coronet Superbee 440 6 Pak
Here's the link: http://www.classicautoair.com/Catalog/FactoryCatalog.pdf page 54.
Thank you and the same for you:D
Go with original stock torsion bars for 426 Hemi/440 applications (.92" dia.)