Season 13, episode 7 of "Name these Parts"

Early A-Body Discussions

  1. ZooKypr

    ZooKypr Well-Known Member

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    Looking to post these parts up for sale if I can ID them properly. I acquired them a couple years ago and they were mixed in with some 64 Barracuda and 67 to 69 Camaro parts.
    Please reference the number next to the part and its application when you reply. Thanks!

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  2. 69moredoor

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    Number one looks like a throttle linkage bracket the bolts to rear of a block. My l/f heads had ones just like it
     
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    • RAT ROD AL

      RAT ROD AL I know just enough to be dangerous FABO Gold Member

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      67-69 Camaro? Or is that a type O
       
    • Cudabnu

      Cudabnu 64 Valiant vert, 318/727

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      1,2,3,4 and 6 look to all be the kick down linkage for an early 273 ( I may be interested depending on price!)
      1 bolts to the back of the head
      2 bolts to the transmission kickdown to the swivel on the side of the trans.
      3 goes from #1 to the swivel on the trans
      4 goes from the carb to #1
      (4 and 6 are the same part)
      #8 is a LEFT door striker plate
       
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      • ZooKypr

        ZooKypr Well-Known Member

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        Yes, 67-9 Camaro...had to buy all or none, so the Chevy parts came back home with me.
         
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      • RAT ROD AL

        RAT ROD AL I know just enough to be dangerous FABO Gold Member

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        Seems like I've seen #10. Bracket that holds the A/C condenser ( or what ever the bottle with the little bubble glass on it). On mopars.
         
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        • ZooKypr

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          Thanks..I thought it had to be trans related but didn't want to assume. The previous owner wanted to do a 273 conversion on his Barracuda but gave up on the project.
           
        • 69FBCuda

          69FBCuda Life in the Fast Lane FABO Gold Member

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          #1 is for a 2 barrel
           
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          • Cudabnu

            Cudabnu 64 Valiant vert, 318/727

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            What is the difference between the 2 and 4bbl, arm length?
             
          • George Jets

            George Jets 1967 Dart 2 Door FABO Gold Member

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            #10 is the Strap that holds the screw up Jack for raising up the vehicle to change spare tire.
            72 to 78 D series Pickups. Mounts on core support under the passenger side head light at the inner fender to core support.
             
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            • pishta

              pishta I know I'm right....

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              8 looks like a flywheel/convertor bolt on stop for removing the damper or something. Dont know why it would have teeth if nothing else, maybe a little big? Or maybe a jack part.
               
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              As mentioned, #1 is transmission kickdown linkage for small-block V-8, at least same as in my 1965 Dart 2 bbl. Bolts to aft side of driver's cylinder head. 2-4 look like linkages for it. #8 might be a strap for a radiator overflow bottle, at least ones on later Mopars looked similar. My 1965 Dart had an aftermarket bottle and mount. #5 is a mystery, something which spins slowly.
               
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              • cudamark

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                #'s 1,2,3,4, &6 are kickdown linkage. I'd need a better photo of the upper bell crank arm on #1 to tell if it's a 2 bbl or '65 4bbl. It's not a '66 4bbl one however. Same with the other linkage parts....need a better close up photo with measurements. #7 looks like a '63-4 Jiffy Jet bag bracket. #8 is a RH door latch striker for a '64-6 model. #10 looks like a rear muffler hanger bracket, or, maybe an A/C dryer bracket.
                 
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                • ZooKypr

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                  Thanks for the input fellas!
                   
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