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Yep...my engine was pristine inside and there still was a bunch of timing chain wear. Fortunately the nylon gear was in good shape. No better...
Nice car!! I've enjoyed reading this thread. Did you end up changing the timing chain on the 440?
Nice car! I like the wheels.
It's great when you start with a solid car...so many of these are swiss cheese given their age and tendency to rust. I'm from Bethel Park...I see...
Looks like they did an awesome job.
Nothing wrong with a 383...great running/torquey engines.
That is really sharp!!!
Good work! Keep posting pics Is that a 383 or a 413 car?
That is definitely "rust belt" rust proofing. My dad went to a guy in Pittsburgh that sprayed almost everything on our 1978 Coronet-Monaco wagon.
How bad was the original timing chain? How much slack/any teeth missing. Just changed mine out and it had a bunch of slack but nylon teeth...
I look forward to seeing some pics. Body parts are tough to find for Fury's even in the US. It's gotta be really tough in the UK. Driveline has...
Nice to meet you! Sounds like a really cool car with the 440. Mine is a pretty good mover with the 4 speed, especially since the installation...
Yes it is a 4 speed from the factory...1 of 75 in '68. Getting ready to put the Passon Performance overdrive gearset in the transmission.
Hey Olly! I got it from 440 Source...it is their middle of the road performance timing set.
Welcome! I'm originally from Bethel Park/South Hills area.