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That is bad ass. Did you build it? I don't remember seeing one that was stock.
That's what color mine originally was. Y2. When I bought mine it was Plum Crazy. I like it. The car is so far from original why not.
Wow. That is premo perfect. Did you add the buckets and console or is that factory? Mine is a bench.
You are right there. I disconnected some of my steering to get the oil pan out.
Its really not that bad. You don't need to remove the trans just the oil pan. Break the bolts lose and the bottom comes right off. The top can be...
Wow, after reading some of the comments I have no excuse at all. The body and interior are done. Started as a really straight rust free California...
So true. Maybe I will get to it tomorrow.
Yes. Just retired Dec31. 33 years. It’s great. No bad weather here just enjoying not going to work every day. I’ll get going soon. Thanks
Anybody have some extra motivation? All I have to do is put my 69 back together.
Same here. Got Veterans day week off so I will be assembling the engine finally.
TTI warns you to use an old set of headers at break in or you might ruin the coating. I will be very careful. Thanks
Asking if anyone has heard of this happening.
Has anyone had a problem ruining new ceramic headers while breaking in a new cam?
Love that Hemi. What is it going in?
Whats better and why? Headers or the OEM HP exhaust manifolds?
I live in the desert so I installed a 160 thermostat and a flex fan. Works great.
I have heard others say the original HP manifolds work really well. I have them still. Is there a coating that will keep them looking good?
I want to put headers on my 69 383 Roadrunner. I'm keeping the 906 heads. Looking at TTI and Doug's. Your input and experiences please.
Thinking about Dougs or TTI headers. What do you use? For a 383 with 906 heads.
Thanks. What would be the best sealant to use?