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Haha you too. Your dart is beautiful. 69 darts were always my favorite. My valiant is for sale now so I can start another resto once I find a nice...
Nice car. I had the same color combo on my 72 scamp. Don’t see many b1 blue cars
Someone had a set up for sale a few days ago. Look in parts for sale
Looks to be 1969
I run a 215/60 up front and a 255/60 in the rear with a little room to spare
I have cop wheels on my 69 valiant and they fit great with an 8 3/4. 15x7 with 4.25" bs
I've run them on my big block valiant for about a year now and I don't drive it easy. Never had a problem
Looking amazing. Keep up the good work!!
Ya I hear you. Tough trying to make them fit. I just didn't want to go through the hassle of finding a different seat
Cut the brackets down about an inch and reweld them. Then just leave lowest mounting tap on the rail. That's what I had to do with the same...
Ehhh. You can't put a price on a good set of headers. I would stick to a brand that you know. Those are probably some cheap headers made in China...
What type of fan are you using? And shroud or no shroud?
Your very welcome
No problem. I made the same mistake on my valiant and just couldn't come to terms with beating my headers. Like you said I just sold them as is...
Schumacher fits with power steering. If you want the ttis be prepared to put some dents in them
Do you have a picture?
If it's a column shifter just have to drive the pin out and replace the shifter
Cars coming along amazing! Keep up the good work
A lot of people
I think the common 496 ci strokers from 440 source are in the 500hp ballpark
Unless your car is 500+ hp you will never notice a difference between the Schumacher and a larger diameter header.
Schumacher tri y
I have them on my big block. Sounds mean at an idle with my cam. But very loud under throttle and a very bad drone. They will be getting switched...
The floors in my valiant were rotted right out when I bought it. Frame rails and torsion bar cross members were MINT. Definitely worth going to...
Clips hold the trim on. They are screwed into the car. Get a trim removal tool are carefully pry the trim off
I got mine from classic industries. It was the oer brand
Keep an eye out for a set on here. Quite a few sets have popped up for sale recently.