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Welcome from NY.
Probably my favorite model, year and color.
:thumbsup:Please let me know if you find another one...
Did he ever play for the Flyers?
Maybe the fuel pump is weak or debris in the sending unit pickup sock.
Sounds like fuel starvation to me.
Welcome from NY Cory.
Looks like fun for the family.
Welcome from NY.
Get ready for demands for pictures...
Welcome to the forum from NY, Curly
I would try eBay
A couple suggestions to help next time:
Take pictures of everything.
On the wires you can make a flag label with painters tape and make a note for...
I've never seen a shim on a Mopar.
No don't believe they used more than one model starter on a big block.
Yes usually the bulkhead connector
Is the 71 a real 440 6 pack?
Check the bump stop on the lower control arm as well
We had one just like it when I was a kid.
Dad hit a telephone pole with it doing donuts in the winter.
He planned to fix it, but someone stole it.
With the choke off (open) this can be done manually have someone press the accelerator in the car to the floor.
See if the throttle plates open...
Short like a 1/2" long.
They don't need to be anything fancy I used stove bolts with a straight blade round head.
A screwdriver is all you need to...
Yes negative on the coil goes to the points in the distributor.
Now on to the customary burnout...
I'd be careful some patience might be in order. I just think we are in for a depression in the next 2-3 years. Maybe I'll be wrong but I think...
Two things to check:
1. With a meter check coil + and battery -. (not coil -) with key in start and run position
2. Trace the wire from the coil...
Have a great Birthday!