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Cool, just placed one on order! :nice:
I would not give the 6 cylinder 7-1/4 rear more than a day's life behind a 351. I've personally blown one with a 170 six cylinder.
The Hi-Po exhaust manifolds are larger and take a different H-Pipe.
This tool just might be the ticket then:[ATTACH]
Okay I see, cut the tool end off with the cutoff tool, then stick it in the drill-press.
Okay thanks, I have an air hammer I use with the chisel set, now to find a rivet attachment for it.
Thanks for the input, but in this particular case, I am looking for a stock restoration.
Is anyone familiar with the proper tool and its source for installing the 5/16" rivets which retain the clutch release bracket from CJ's Pony Parts...
Waiting its turn in the shop.
This is turning out so cool!
As pointed out above, the DSO code is always the hardest to figure out. If you can't find original paperwork or trace the registration history, you...
What all is required to swap out the 7.5" rear for an 8.8" rear out of a 2010 GT that got smacked in the front end?
I would also like to lose the...
That is pretty cool, I saw 133 about 10 years ago. Car 100 is worth putting the Warranty Plate data into the database!
Yours is pretty early, mine is a 10 June car. There is a huge database of 64-1/2 through 66 warranty plates. If you have not added yours yet, you can...
The 5F07F195385 car falls between database cars 5F08U195363 and 5F08D195396. Both of those cars were scheduled to be built 10G and both also had a...
To pin it down a little close, Your '65 was probably scheduled to be built on 08A and the 64-1/2 was probably scheduled to be built on 10G.
Your car was built in January 1965 and your daughters car was built in July 1964.
The only choice you will have for pistons are Silvo-Lite cast flat tops. You also will find due to the small size of the intake ports, the only...
I used this transporter when I moved my T-Roof car from WA to MA. They were really professional!: