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I've got this Steve. I believe that it is from a '67 cluster as it has the threaded speedo. The center looks different than yours?Let me know...
Exactly why our family drove Mopars back then. Hell, you could buy one for 50 bucks less than 10 years old and stockpile used parts.
Maybe @Joeychgo should start an LS swap forum where you have to be a member, like N & P.:lol:
I can't get this F'ing song out of my head now......Thanks for nothing:mad::icon_fU: :lol:
Keep 'em coming Mark!:thumbsup:
Sorry for your loss. It sounds like you gave Vincent a great life with lots of love. Hard to beat that.
Yeah, but that's at 5000 feet so it doesn't count.:rolleyes:
That pedestrian bridge was bought from Ontario place moved and re-assembled......Pretty cool!
They've got it figured out. They get through those crazy long lineups at amazing speed. Super organized!
Great job Steve. Looks like it'll do the trick!
Why delete it? Is it causing problems?
Buy a wiper kit with the gaskets and seals.......The kit has provisions to add grease fittings to the pivots. Looking good so far!
I think he was referring to the Stab-Lok breakers being prone to failure.
Holy crap......Are you trying to kill the OP?:wtf:
The post above by @CudaFish1968 is referring to your panel.......And mine. Better get the chequebook out again.
This is how I added a sub ^^^^^^. Pulled the stove circuit and used that spot to power the sub. On a different note, the OP may need 4 spots to...
I just converted a Sunpro voltmeter and added the Rally "Alternator" face. Lots of info here on FABO about the conversion.
Just call and tell them someone stole your meter:)
Stick trunk key (any key) in and file the tumblers still sticking up flush with the barrel. That will give you the clearance needed to remove it...
In addition to the info in the "How to" section this additional info will help you with a keyed lock.......Here are the steps when dealing with...
Thanks for the pics. Always neat seeing what you and the boys are up to.:thumbsup:
I don't believe there is a difference between the I & E on cast adjustable 273's. The stamped hydraulic ones are different for sure though.
Congrats Del. You can never have too many toys!:thumbsup:
FWIW.......I drilled a tiny hole for a #4 set screw since I couldn't find one for a 3 speed switch. You can't even tell it's there.
Nice to see dad right there working on the car with you.
All tested and ready to install.And, for the detail oriented, my car is a '71 radio delete car. Unfortunately, my original bezel needed a...