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  1. Next steps after body, on a frame-off restoration

    Restoration Corner
    I've completed the body assembly/paint and chassis on a full frame off restoration on my '69 RS/SS. Now I am staring at an empty shell wondering how to proceed without doing one step that may interfere with a later step. On the exterior I still have the engine/trans and accessories to install...
  2. Before I wire my 69 after a frame-off restoration...

    Electrical & Wiring
    I'm about to start wiring my 69 RS/SS after a frame-off restoration. I am adding Vintage A/C under dash. My question is whether anyone has any recommendations for anything I should do before or while I am doing the wiring or assemble the dash. Right now the car body is completed but otherwise...
  3. '67 Heater Control Assembly Replacement

    Heating & Cooling
    Not too many postings here. I hope someone has experience with this. Has anyone had to replace their heater control assembly. One of my tabs broke and I have ordered a new one. It comes with the three cable attached. I've never had to take my dash apart before. How involved is this project. I...
  4. I need an exploded view of front drum brake spindle bearings assembly

    Brakes, Suspension & Steering
  5. Am I Going to Set My Car on Fire? & A GREAT manual for 69

    Electrical & Wiring
    I pulled out an Auto Meter 6-gauge cluster from my 69. I'm replacing it w/ original dash, w/ clock, fuel and speedo, with a stand alone water temp. I would like to add a tach later. All the other wiring works fine and is new, even if it's not the prettiest. I found this dash harness...
  6. Save $150.00 on Be-Cool Module Assembly

    This is part of my "Hot Summer Sale Event" That I'll be posting later. Be-Cool p/n 80168 Designed to cool 1967-69 Camaro/Firebird big block street/strip engines with manual transmission. Kit includes natural finish, crossflow aluminum radiators, high quality electric fans with brackets and...