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If your lines are more than 20 years old I'd replace 'em.
I don't think they are rebuildable - I know you can buy new ones.
One of your cylinders could be bypassing internally.
I can see the rear window switch in one of the photos - it looks like a GM switch.
Yes they are factory.
Is your car a 440 or 500 (trim level)?
Pics would be nice also!
Tell me about your car, I also own a '66 Coronet convertible with power windows.
IMO Chevy Orange is a bit more reddish than Hemi Orange and Race Hemi version is lighter than Hemi Orange.
I emailed Tony's Parts back on the first of November to see if he had any of the OE sets available. Said no he only had the repros but he...
Museum car - keep the drums.
Are you gonna drive it? - put disks on the front.. . . easy!
I installed the GM ignition system and couldn't get it to start (no spark) turns out I didn't have a good enough ground for the module. Once I got...
Took the car to the track last Friday to get a baseline on performance. There were nearly 400 cars there so I only got 2 passes in....
Here is the front. yes, I soldered the wires to the terminals[ATTACH]
Hidden HEI module & coil ready for comparison to Chry stuff.[ATTACH]
I bought a Pertronix .6ohm coil and an AC Delco ignition module and going to try this upgrade. I have already gutted an old Mopar style Echlin...
Any 340 car I ever rode in impressed me, never believed the 275HP rating. If you read the whole article you will notice they used the smaller...
Yes, Chrysler built 727's for slant 6's. A 904 would be better though . . .
On both my '66's it is to the left of the ashtray (sitting in seat) there should be clip to hold it.
Bitchin' car, why would anybody want to buy anything else back in 1958?