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Old Dec 9th, 12, 11:12 PM
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Thanks, really feeling it getting closer now,
I am starting to see the home stretch.
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Good looking engine. When will it go back in? Curious why your engine bay is red?
That was just Primer then. It was all about just being able to drive back then. That was It was 27 years ago.
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I have had this car a real long time. This car was 18 years old when I bought it, Now I have owned it longer than that. It deserves to be a car to enjoy on the road again, I am almost there.
I have to change the bolts on the back of the Water pump, so it will clear the tall aluminum Chain cover. I am going to go to Stainless Button Head screws. They should work fine. I will post pictures of the swap.
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Dyno?
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Dyno?
The place that was going to do the Dyno says they can not, do to me using a Mallory Ignition, and Unilite Mallory Distributor. My view on this is that I am not going to Force anyone to take my money. It just means I get to keep the several hundred they were going to charge for that service, and maybe I will get the car Chassis Dyno'd once it is installed. At least then I will know what is actually at the rear wheels.
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