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Oh wow, that'll do it for ya! :eek:
Looks like you have some work ahead of you but it must've felt good at least to find the problem.
Sweet! That must feel good
Sorry @brent as I find this interesting but isn't helping you one bit :rolleyes:
Pure speculation but I'd imagine the fuel push rod is designed as a consumable item and therefore has a much lower hardness than the cam lobe such...
My '75 also has those, never knew they aren't original.
How would you check that without removing the cam?
Surely, getting rid of those awful wheels will help with the sale
It's a word if you say it is
Found my electrical gremlin! Turns out I have the green seatbelt warning box, p/n 3501500, so no actual interlock only warning light. BUT there...
Damn cool but I wouldn't wanna tune those carbs
Believe one of them is Hayden
Finally finished up work on the 727. Had two small leaks that needed some attention, one was the dipstick seal and the other was the NSS, but both...
Pretty sure the inside shot of your tank shows the remains of the sock/filter. Those two squares are it, it must've split at the seam and...
How can one choose that engine color and with those plug wires.. :realcrazy:
With the trans back in I put the driveshaft back as well only to find there is still play at the yoke... Don't know how I missed it the first time...
Definitely would not have caught that. Nice car still
X2 on the starter problem. Hopefully it's the starter and not the ring gear itself like it was one mine. That was not easy to replace.