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Very nice work............sounds like a labor of love!!!
I am about to Install a fresh rebuilt 360 and 727 auto, with 340 cam and duals, a very sedate but spirited sedan! One grandma owned 1966 coronet.No rust ever, no dents, low mileage. but fresh paint and interior,,,,, I wanted an original down to the ground riding sedan. maybe head west to Salt lake in the spring for a road trip?
Pinky: Gee, Brain, what do you want to do tonight? Brain: The same thing we do every night, Pinky - try to finish this car! ... Brain: The same thing we do every night, Pinky - try to finish this car!
My daughters favorite Cartoon.
Youre a good man! Take care of her first!
Life and drive mopars.
went to look at a 62. same ol story ... been sitting sence grand dad died thing. 6 hrs of driving to find a 4 door sittin in a field on where its pans used to be. could see the 3 speed trans thro the door window. a real live greenhouse thing going on. ... o well. guess ya got to kiss a few toads. the rite one will come when its the rite time..... took 37 years to get my S/C.
Body and paint on a 68 hemi coronet for a friend
Putting these forged replacement 440 six pack pistons that I recently bought on a diet. These are relatively inexpensive, updated coated piston with a different alloy allowing much tighter piston to wall clearance than the old forged replacements I had years ago. But they are still heavy; no body needs a piston top more than 1/2" thick, so with some time and effort they can be slimmed down for some weight reduction.
Fixing a rusty tailgate for a 69 Ply wagon
Got the 68 Hemi coronet painted today.
Blew out the main brake line, the fuel line, and the fuel return/vent line. Also prepped the car for a respray of the undercoating. Underside is in great shape, brake and fuel lines were like new so they will stay. The front lines and over the axle lines will get changed out. Just waiting on some body plugs from Detroit Muscle Technologies before I can spray.
More work on the 6 pack pistons. Decided to float the pins, so cutting lock ring groves in the pistons for Tru Arc locks.
Nothing too major.... High School kids building a '68 "Super Bee" raffle car... making good progress!
Not a Mopar, just a used car that I'm detailing but I thought I would share. I've seen several videos of people restoring their radiator overflow bottles and most are using an acid of somekind. I thought, hey I have some aluminium wheel cleaner that contains acid.
Wow. Beautiful Cars. My first car was 67 dodge dart GT bright red/ white interior now here i am w a charger that I cant stop messing with lol.
Look like it worked better than a post back in Sept. I tried it and just posted results. https://www.forbbodiesonly.com/moparforum/threads/restore-that-washer-reservoir.201929/
I was looking for your thread. I was going to post it there. I still might
well the sink pipes got to be nice and shining also