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That top picture was my old ride.....
I used to grace these pages here with my 68 New Yorker, but now I roll this 62 Impala ....
I've been using your basic ATF +4.
If I remember correctly, the Igniter III requires the ballast or resistor wire to be bypassed with a full 12V to the coil and distributor when in...
SeaFoam works wonders when poured directly in to the carburetor. I have been doing it every Spring for many years, plus in my friends C10 w/350ci,...
I'm in Colorado so they're "high".
I have my car up for $10,500. Fully customized vehicle that may only interest a small percentage of classic car owners. I know deep down that I'll...
I'm going to say that this is a great price for this car.
Yep!^^^^^ That's the one and thank you guys![IMG]
Time to let her go and it will be a bitter sweet goodbye when the time comes. It's been nearly 9...
Nice ride! Welcome!
The only difference is that it's a pillar car. The body and everything else is the same.
I'd find a pulley puller and do your shaft seals as well. They came with the seal kit.
I've heard that POR15 works well too.
Your clearance will be fine. You'll have a smaller profile up front with the 195's
....and he's parked WAAAYYY too close to that Challenger! Total ass.
I don't know why people do that to those poor Challengers. I've never heard any positive feedback online or in person about the mods to these cars.