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Anyone do a drum to disc conversion and have the self adjuster parts they want to sell?
'69 Road Runner
11" HD brakes
For those who carry, do you also carry CCW insurance?
If so, where did you get it?
How much insurance?
What is the cost?
Anyone know where to get one? It is pictured on page 8-84 of the 1969 Plymouth service manual and has a part no. of C3982.
I could probably...
Which of these is correct for a '69 Road Runner, 383, no A/C, manual trans?
And where exactly do they go, door or body, above or below the...
That tach started bouncing around..........again. As some may recall, this has happened before. Here is the history to this puzzle that I hope...
This one is June 26 at Veterans park in Fox Lake Ill.
Well it was 78 degrees today so the cover came off the bird. Adjusted the brakes, grease her and changed the oil & filter. The car hasn't been...
383, 4 speed, 3.23 rear end, Edelbrock Performer RPM manifold with a Slightly leaned out Edelbrock 750, bringing it closer to a 650 (it was...
Do you guys set (adjust) the choke to be open at operating temp or closed when cold and if cold, at what temp do you set it? I've always adjusted...
Anyone been to this in the past? I'm considering going this year. Any tips, advice or comments.
Unsure of what forum to post this in so I'm going with electrical.
I have the AM/8 Track tape option. I just located an 8 track tape from a...
We have all seen the production numbers by year for hardtops, coupes, & converts, but has anyone seen any numbers regarding options such as bucket...
I can't make this stuff up and you probably wouldn't believe me anyway, so lets let the 18 yr old know it all "instructor" explain it....
383/440 factory cam $40 (no lifters)
383/440 factory valve covers $75
Black aluminum Mopar Performance valve cover (1) $50
Finally got around to taking some better pics of her.
I finally got around to taking some better pics the my bird, but I['m having trouble loading them. I have them loaded on my computer, but when I...
Car pulls to the left when braking (90% of the time).
New wheel cylinders
New front shoes
New front brake hoses
Bled, bled and...