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  1. Lefty71

    Mopar Ford Comparison

    Hes been around for a while... In The Beginning: Retracing The Roots Of The 5.0L Movement With Uncle Tony! - Check this link; Five Liters of Fury
  2. Lefty71

    1977 Chrysler Ad

    Seems like a pretty good deal...the sticker price on my parents '71 New Yorker was $6,600..... no clue what they actually gave for it, but it could'nt have too far off. Off the subject a bit.... I def remember a local ford dealer offering F150 shorties with a Meyer plow at a special price of...
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    Replace or rebuild tranny?

    This could be key right here.... Hopefully the OP doesnt have a cast crank 440 in there, ya know almost balanced, with the right front damper, but the wrong converter???
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    Replace or rebuild tranny?

    Not likely to "replace" a '65 trans at all. There is no swapping from two cables to one, etc. There are ways to change the set-up, but it's going to add complexity. You'll need to rebuild what you have, which is not really a big deal. Unfortunately, as I mentioned earlier, you really need...
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    Look what followed me home yesterday, 1977 Chrysler Newport

    Why not running?? I think I may have a decent Thermoquad carb from a '78.
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    1978 New Yorker w/o St. Regis

    I know where you can get this entire interior in plush (crushed velvet??) red instead of leather, if you pick this up and that appeals to you.
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    1978 New Yorker w/o St. Regis

    White , Red or Black body color would improve the presentation 110%. Gotta have skirts too.
  8. Lefty71

    Banged up oil pan

    I would be worried about the pickup screen being blocked some with a dent that large, no need to replace tho, just repair.. Of course, you'll have to sacrifice some of that, erm, rust preventative you have going on there. HTH, Lefty71
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    Kids, Kars and why I don't butcher them.

    Great Post, great girl! I had a big '78 Merc like that but two tone silver instead. People miss those big cars like the '69-on Chrysler monsters too. They were all beautiful. Thx for sharing.