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check an old DC catalog...thought they had a performance conversion kit similar to the V8's.
vacuum advance canister on distributor
but would really boost low end torque if using small cam and dual plane intake. but as mentioned, would probably choke the engine at 4500 or so.
D/Dart with Holley carb?
bolt hole up under lower starter nut and tubes are underneath starter/bellhousing/bracket. Guessing...
I'll be watching yours!
any stores have delivery service? Amazon have food store links near you?
maybe God's way of saying to take a break and relax a bit.
my wife wanted time off....ended up with chicken pox. God has a sense of humor.
How are you and the foot doing?
when my foot gets the stabbing pain, I reach for the bottle of tart cherry juice. I try for the less sugary variety if available. Hope your cure...
allergies? bee sting or fish?
can you put in a longer bolt and put a nut against the cover?
Are these the original bars or new aftermarket ones? Thanks for the answer!Love that paint on the door! Are you going to continue the pattern on...
What was needed to get a .770" torsion bar?
Wham! Bam! Pow! Sold! Thanks FABO and krazycuda!
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Will do! Holler if you see me first, I'm deaf in the left ear. Bob
Looking forward to it! Swap meet also?
Where is that going to be set-up?
windage tray? 360 would probably like 2.02" intake valves next time the heads are off. carb spacers if you have room. agree with bigger carb, ran...
they are a close metering jet(?). A something in between but not quite the same as...oh,I can't explain it. I think they started coming out when...
IF you are using the straight axle, I believe a friend had mocked up an inexpensive pair of B-body headers. He did however,have the engine set back.
We sell a car; we buy a car; we fix a car – Carnage episode 54I guess the title is redundant...
I'm at 7 plus years, gathering cobwebs and spiders.
'The Rod Shop' 1971 Dodge Colt Station Wagon
engine would be great in a T-bucket or replicate Rod Shop's Colt wagon...