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No, just make sure you get the correct lug nuts for the rims, there are many different types
I run 17x8 4.5bs in the back and 17x7 3.5bs up front, 28.5" diameter tires on both in my 70.
I'm quite fond of all the looks of the hellcat equipped autos personally
Trackhawk all tarted up can reach $100k, but that's a beast beyond most of us, competing with the best.
3.6 in our van and charger have been trouble free for 8yrs, good power, good mpg.
Set of cars 1-10 never opened. $100 for the whole set or offer?
Indeed! I lost track of your screen name but still have the note you sent with them!
Someone made me a set years ago before I efi turboed and changed drive config... Was super cool
Shipping cores has got to take the profit out of it. Trading them at a show the vendor attends could make sense.
Knurling for the crank seal is going to be the wrong pattern I think.
Those manifolds, while heavy, would probably work well for a turbo kit....
Depending on the condition of your engine it can be nearly as expensive to recondition those 50 yr old parts as to buy new, more cubes, better...
Someone in TN calling that minimal rust...
On engine masters they've tested some of this and there weren't huge differences in header type. Engine was hotter than a smog big block though
Buy the engine get a free fury
My 2 cents - it was clear you were looking for a fun project and you were surprised with what you found, a pleasant surprise that you will be...
Maybe find some 5th ave snowflake mags rather than those hubcaps?
I sold my other 440's, you'll have to grab xenon's 400!
Chicago II and bs&t, alright.
My last car with working 8 track was a 71 Satellite in 1995.
Y'all actually went out to VA for it?
Really clean for one of those!
Time for the 5.7!