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  1. Lefty71

    Tell me about your lifts

    This is exactly what I bought. The tall wide one. It had a couple little minor issues as well, but nothing memorable. I bought right out of the Summit catalog.... made the trip to Akron and they put it right on my car trailer. Was quite an easy transaction, and it's a great lift.
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    WTH ??? - LoL !!!!

    Or maybe you'll knock on the door, and you'll never be seen again lol.
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    What the heck is it???

    The nicest pin cushion you could ever make your wife??
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    New to the mopar family

    Cool. My mom had one, a red/red two door, with a 383. Funny how I can still remember that dash, all the way from 4 years old! Welcome to the group.
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    1951 Armstrong Siddeley Station Coupe - $28000

    Nice, and wayyyyy ahead of the Chevy SSR!
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    Field of Dreams

    Ahh, CHOICES!:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
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    Another new part for the C body food chain.

    You're a realist!
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    II Ton Terror on American Pickers

    This is awesome! Look at his stradegy.... get out front, make others eat dust!! No ones gonna pass me! Can't argue with that logic. :steering::usflag::thankyou:
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    How does this happen?

    When we were kids, my buddy hit a 3" curb while we were riding in his parents "X" body Citation. Seemed like nothing, and I mean nothing. It bent the whole subframe, which luckily was a bolt on part for that car...... You could see it in the front wheels, and the right side stance had fallen...
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    How does this happen?

    Chasing the Duke Boys?? :poke:
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    Holy smoke!

    I think they are warmed up!
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    Mopar Valentine's Day

    KING Midget??
  13. Lefty71

    Educate Me . . .

    Found on The Goigle! Looks to be the same box we all know. 1955 Imperial and Chrysler Service Repair Book - Servicing The Coaxial Power Steering Unit
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    The "Japanese Batmobile"

    The front end of that car looks like it makes more wind noise at speed than the ladder rack on my van!
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    1971 Jensen Interceptor 383

    I remember reading this years ago as well. Good stuff, unless it has happened to you.
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    NOS part ID

    Soooo.... you would obviously be helping anyone who may ever search for the part if the Google brings them to this thread, but help me out (and yourself if you intend to sell that part to a searcher) with some clarification. This part is for a '68 Monoco wagon?? Woody only??
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    NOS part ID

    #2932200 came up '68 Imperial. Closest I saw..... another (close) just came up "moulding". I don't have any info about sping special differences, nor know if this is genuine, but have a look; Buy 1969 Dodge Polara Monaco front chrome kit pn# 3481842 "spring special" package motorcycle in...
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    NOS part ID

    Most times I find cast in numbers are one off from the part listing numbers. However, some say many times a part is "left or right" and you tell by whether it's "odd or even" which only adds to the confusion. Anyone can try looking it up here if you don't have the proper book; Mopar Part...
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    NOS part ID

    Playing with that number at the Mymopar parts search.... very close to number that comes up as '68 Imperial front fender moulding. Looks like it could wrap the grille in some way?? (maximize)
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    Actual proof that Mopar sold rad flex hoses

    1719639 57-60 Ply Dge 6 Cyl hose Rad Lwr "Gates" 1730925