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R.I.P. Flounder. I laughed my ass off at you guys so many times I've lost count. Truly a classic movie.
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] If anyone is looking, I have a 1965 Chrysler 300 convertible. It was a 383 car with floor shift 727....
I'll be following your progress. I not too long ago got one of these.
enough for some ability to trim to fit. two-three inches?
the area outlined in red[ATTACH]
looks nice, sorry no computer this weekend. I will measure how much I need.
I need the right side passenger back seat footwell. Mostly around where the plastic plug is. Can get pics later. Yes, I'd like to see pics also.
"We don't have the title for this car but I had it authenticated and cleared by the Police. You will get a Notarized Bill of Sale and the Police...
rear floor pan same as a 65 Chrysler 300?
Excuse my ignorance, but what sort of differences between the numbers you listed?
2.94 open rear with over 400 horsepower..... I bet it will leave a single black mark from Minneapolis to the Wisconsin state line....:thumbsup:
mine was, with red insides.
I'd like to have it so I could have a 'vert and a hardtop.
Here is a source for the Rover coupling in the US.
Steering Flex Coupling - 1987-1990...
didn't know that as I have never had mine off. was just a swag.
The holes you are seeing may very well be the retention holes for the aluminum panel. I have a '65 300 also and it has no emblem.
PM me on the carb, please.
Legendary has the proper seat covers