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This is the steering gear for my 69, I don't know if it would be the same as a 66.
My CHP car has manual steering and I love it, I had a 1970 D-100 with manual steering and loved it.
I'm not a big guy and yes low speed maneuvers...
It isn't always about money, when I took on my restoration I had no money available to do the car, I tell people I did the car with no money. For...
My Barracuda was last registered in 1990, for one reason or another it was never non-oped or registered while it was apart in storage. Around 2000...
Mobile. iPad loads slow, very slow, iPhone doesn't load at all. FABO, FCBO and FEBO (not on FBBO).
Therein lies the problem, although these plates were originally issued to a 61 (in 63) they cannot be reassigned to a 61 in 2020. The YOM program...
What are your plans for the plates/frames? Wall art? YOM Plates?
No drilling needed and the grommets are already there, lots of them.
Just cut the tip off one of the insulation pins.
If for whatever reason you may choose to get rid of the rubber floor mats DO NOT throw them away (unless they are badly damaged). They are worth a...
The dealer my 1967 Barracuda was originally sold was Guy Moothart Chrysler Plymouth in Compton California, moved to Lakewood California about 68...
Have you ever driven a vintage Mopar with power steering? there is virtually no resistance on a perfect system.
Just looked, wasn't sure I paid that but it looks like I did. as a wise man once said, "if it is the only one it is the cheapest one"
The difference is where the boot goes around the frame, you could carefully trim that part and use it, otherwise they are the same.
Very much a Clown car. Absolutely no representation of an actual agency, wrong car.
Sounds silly but make sure there isn't two gaskets there. I don't see how the gasket in the filter could get blown out.
You're being way too nice.
Although my 69 had no radio, the dash pad had the speaker perforations, it was my choice to not put the perforations in the restored dash.
Definitely not a 67 or 68 model.
Welcome aboard, there are a handful of us here with genuine 69 CHP cars and a bunch of other police car owners as well.
There are gauge repair shops out there,
North Hollywood Speedometer
Are just a couple.