Stalling after driving for about an hour...

CBODY67

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Make that "sealed AND secured near the spare tire area".
 

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Possibly the coil or elec. ign. module going bad? Pertronix perhaps?
A weak or bad coil often starts acting up when it gets hot as engine warms up.
Great car, I suspect an electrical issue. Could be firewall related/wiring harness. Had a similar problem with my 66 300, was the wiring harness. When it got hot enough I lost spark.
 

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I just had the same problem with my 69 chrysler 300. Cleaning out the gas tank solved it. The fuel pickup is only 1/4 inch tubing and fills with rust from the tank very fast.
 

ayilar

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Great car! Any chance that she might be ready in time for the Creamery Run in a week?
 
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