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looks better than new. if I needed that service Bill would be my go to guy.
i use Performance Trends. none of them are any better than the input data.
i tried one of those on my 65 dodge and it hit the hood. hopefully it will clear the later b-bodies.
vacuum pods and linkage are missing, choke, fuel lines, plus rebuild. move on to something else. i've looked at what superbeeski has in the for...
it needs parts,...$$$.
should have been a flat black on the floor pans with a little body color over spray along the perimeter of the floor pans.
just bolt it in and go.
the only way i know to do it is make one.
change the valley pan.
i believe the part number changes whenever the supplier changes. so it could be that several different numbers will do the same thing. those...
how do you get better than this?
a 275-60x15 on an 8" wheel with 4.5" backspace is about the safe limit with a stock ride height. i have a 65 coronet and it has the narrow wheel...
I always use studs. some ARP Teflon thread sealer is a big help in preventing leakers.
looks like you got a keeper!
my '69 r/t.
thats nice looking and unique. i like the wagon idea.
'64 plymouth 2drhtp is probably my favorite mopar. i really enjoy the early b's and its neat to see folks putting them back on the road.