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Congratulations, nice car! Tampa area here too.
I'll probably be there on Sunday.
Nice car! Congrats
Repainted the wheels with the same textured argent I used in the side trim.
I'll take the 68 Plymouth if it is still available.
My 68 Fury, built 9/67. Fastop, 14" tires
I had the same problem. The caliper was the wrong one.
[ATTACH] This is where I got mine. It was totally auto branded at the time. Looks like another company is distributing the paint these days....
Is the nylon cord broken? Maybe this will help. Been keeping this idea on the backburner, thanks commando1.
It's not very high on my list either. Sounds like a good winter project.
I've been looking for a while as well. It seems that having it rebuilt by Rare Parts is the only way to go. I'm not sure if they deal directly...
Check your turn signal switch, brake lights go through that as well.
I've been considering the conversion myself. Not sure how the prices compare yet, but this site seems to have pretty much everything needed. Plus...
What did you end up doing about the wheel studs?
No, mine is a 2bbl on a 383. Basically the electric choke bracket bolted on the manifold where the original choke went. I modified the linkage to...
I used that same type of kit. The rod is easily modified to fit. It seemed to draw a fair amount of current so I put in a relay to eliminate any...
Looks good...I like the patina too. Glad it's on the road! I went larger as well with 17x8 with 235 55 17 tires which still have a decent...