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Now you can make them, and sell them to all your friends!! :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
You do not have to, although IMO they are a good idea. But you do definately need to account for the extra depth with extra fluid. Simple as...
From the simulated woodgrain era.
FOLLOW UP; according to a guy on FleaBay, they dont look like that one.....
MyMopar parts search.....should be taken with grain of salt of course, buy maybe look harder to complete the numbers as such;
Or maybe you'll knock on the door, and you'll never be seen again lol.
The nicest pin cushion you could ever make your wife??
Surely a hose would raise the value considerably. :lol:
Reminds me of the "Thunderbolt and Lightfoot" car, but then again every black C body of that vintage does..... (the one with the rabbits in the trunk.
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.
Donnie Baker?? lol
Nice, and wayyyyy ahead of the Chevy SSR!
Would'nt all NAPA be Echlin (sp?) ??
Blast and swab some brake cleaner in the area, maybe even a couple times to dry up whats there as well as possible before attempting the sealer.
You're a realist!
Welcome, from right up the road a piece. Will post here if I stumble across anything.
Does'nt look like it needs the added salt!
All Hughes cams will have both listed.
.....here's my 2 cents... in 1979, the concensus was pretty much get that Lean Burn off and throw it away. But, if it works and is what you are...