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I think we just did that tag not too long ago. Different paint thoughThey're out there guys!Congrats @Rusty :thumbsup:
With the differences between each '64 model then all the different material and colors they offered, it's amazing what's out there on the early "B"s.
The early "B" bodies didn't use the pin on the wiper arm like the newer ones. The Anco vintage ones don't work unless you want to pay the price...
Gee Thanks Fran! :lol:I used 16" refills, probably bought them from NAPA.Yes they are plastic and narrower. You want to gently pinch the tabs...
I think that's one of the coolest things about a base line Dart, the blanked out upper tail light.[ATTACH]
Might be wrong but I would think the '63 would be narrower than the '64.Where's @glassman
Thanks for sharing Glenwood! I might do the upgrade someday but I'm good for now. I like dealing with Cass. He's really helped me out in the past...
Tell me more. I'm needing that pan with the taypered rear section.
Did you ever find your answer?Id like to see measurements and capacity also.
Rear tires are way too big! :lol:
Things like brake parts I'd look up 1970 B and E body parts also. You'll find they are the same. Early '60s cars aren't always listed. I'm...
Real Nice! :thumbsup:
I bought one of those off of ebay. Really works great for the last two yearsOriginal
Hey Centerline, the first picture is my car and not the OP's. That's just a block with no valves in it. It works great and looks clean. :D
If you don't have the o-ring on the rod you're depending on the spring in the mc's piston to return things. In some cases that's enough but make...
Theres normally a square edge, rubber O-ring that holds the rod into the piston. (I don't have a pic of the O-ring)
Like I stated in a earlier post, you want a little play in the rod. Don't adjust or lenthen it where it might have the piston already depressed....