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Holy crap...You finally unearthed that car? Wow. Looks good.
GOOD FOR YOU.....NOW LET'S TRY IT AGAIN WITHOUT USING ALL CAPITAL LETTERS !
It looks like .92s were the largest B body bars. I see no distinction for A/C for any B body model.
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That article is helpful but the author is as stubborn as an ex wife.
The assertion that the later "B" knuckle/spindle is to be avoided is junk...
You will find that a front disc, rear drum setup works quite well.
New cars embraced the rear discs as a means to save weight.
Maybe check out the PST brake kits. They are a sponsor of this site.
Also, there are lots of Mopar guys and gals that would recommend...
No offense but I don't find Hondas to be intimidating.
I like the theme of your story, just not the Honda part...
I'll agree that the gauges are really cool in the first generation Chargers. The interiors were nice. I can't get into the exterior...
Beater looks like Don Imus.
Buying another man's unfinished project....:eek:
You are going to need to prepare yourself for the fact that Mopar stuff will cost more than Chevy...
You should NOT put your number out in the open like that!
Thanks for that. Nice looking car and I like the dog too.
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Those rear tires are not 14" size.
Jesus Christ man...You engineer types REALLY overthink stuff!
They might as well be cast iron!
I have a pair of 16x10 and 16x7 Police wheels from the same vendor. These wheels are thick walled steel since...
I'll tell you a few things that I do like about the 66-67 models: The gauges! Wow they look fantastic in those cars. I also like the full length...
Bump it to a 68 and you have a really nice car! :thumbsup: