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12/10/21- A friend challenged me to do this mopar project, so here goes. I picked up a '69 Mopar 383 HP core and rebuilt it the way it should be, as close to oem as possible throughout, at least for the run test. More on that engine build later as it will go up for sale. I acquired an old...
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I have devised a very simple homemade tool that anyone can fabricate in minutes that will greatly ease the installation of your new dipstick tube into your engine block. I first cut a 2" piece of .375 I.D. spacer material or pipe, NOT tubing . Then you slice it lengthwise with a dremel cut-off...
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Some of our restoration costs are not within our budgets, but will work for driver quality cars. So, we need to get creative. Here are a few ideas I have learned over many years of trial and error. Here, I am talking about how to reproduce turn signal lens, e-brake indicator lens, and hi-beam...
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The goal here is to convert your front clutch assembly from 1 single spring return for clutch engagement to a smoother, more solid multi-spring return like big brother 727 has. This home-made tool can be made by using steel scraps laying around your garage, such as 1/4x1x8" or so bar stock, and...
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