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Looking for my late brother's 1969 Swinger 340 Dart. The VIN is listed in the thread title. Last I was aware, it was registered in...
I need a straight front bumper for a 73 Duster if anyone has one. Closer to CT the better.
Thanks in advance.George
Do you have a straight FRONT bumper for the 73?
Scroll down about half way on this page, and you can see where I cut the headers to make more room for the front tires. Further in the thread...
The 1970 Corvette I sold in 2016..................[ATTACH][ATTACH]
The Dart before the red convert. Sold this in 2009.............[ATTACH][ATTACH]
Dart that I sold in 2014.........[ATTACH][ATTACH][ATTACH][ATTACH]
Here is my 68 Camaro......[ATTACH][ATTACH][ATTACH][ATTACH]
Here is the Duster......[ATTACH][ATTACH][ATTACH][ATTACH]
Hi Adam! How have you been? Michelle?Hey Cos, how ya been?Thanks Moparker for the compliment. The Dart is (or should be?) still on the...
Johnny & Rob!
Good to see some familiar names!
The forum is so much different now.Hope you guys have been well.
Not a new guy, but I've been gone for a while. Sold my red 69 Dart, and bought a 70 Corvette. Sold that and am building a 68 Camaro.
I'll be around. Been here too long to just leave! LOL
Sold on eBay.
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No, no A/C. This is my 3rd shark Vette and non of them had air. It's not bad in the shark cars if all the floor and tunnel insulation is in place....
If the heater box ( and driver's side air box) are removed, you can reach your arm up there to install them. If those aren't removed I can't see...
Already bought it, Kim. 1970 Corvette 300horse 4 speed coupe, PS, rear defog, factory alarm, shoulder belts, stereo. Has 62900 miles on it,...
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I can't post new pictures, but the car is for sale. If you look at post numbers 137 & 138 that is exactly what the car looks like...
Sounds like no power to the ign box while in START position. Check that first. Needs to be power in both START & RUN key positions.
Welcome. Remove the lower nut under the K frame, then unbolt the whole assembly from the ears on the block. R&R the rubber mount on the work...
See post #2.
Glad ya found the problem.
From that explanation, it sounds like a bad or worn out control arm bushing. That could also change the camber which would explain the tire wear...
Where in CT are you?
Just install a short piece of wire with a female terminal on it. One end on the field spade, the other end to ground.
If that could be done with any kind of power and reliability, the automakers would already have produced cars that run that way.
It's a farce....
Hell yeah. That looks fantastic.
Well, you did one hell of a job on it. That's how I remember them too, back in the day.