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Wedding

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Might want to check out CTC's Auto Ranch in Denton, TX. I found parts there for my 63 Imperial. He had at least 3 Crowns and 2 LeBarons. www.ctcautoranch.com.
Rob Blow
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8:30 PM

67 - 68 Clock

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... Yeah, that's basically the problem. They should have made it so the clock comes out quickly and easily, because you wind up having to do this every couple
jdbabcock@...
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8:22 AM

Fw: [Imperial-Club] 67 - 68 Clock

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I have one. Contact me off list. rhanuser@... Robert L Hauser 68 conv _____ From: Imperial-Club@yahoogroups.com
jdbabcock@...
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6:39 AM

Dutch Imperial, Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth, De Soto meeting 27 septem

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Hello forum, For those living in or near Holland, there is the annual summer meeting organized by Hans Ensing, since long retired marketing manager for
Henk Uijttenhout
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1:46 AM

1967 Imperial Convertible Sub-Frame

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A friend owns a very rough 67 Imperial convertible that is missing most of the front end steering & suspension parts, including torsion bars (I have no idea
Bryan St Mary
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1:15 AM

Fw: RE: [Imperial-Club] 66 convertible

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It does look great and would be fun. Just remember all the cool challenges we have with these things, can't buy good times like that. John B 67 Convert Fun
jdbabcock@...
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Aug 3

66 440 Fuel Pump pushing out fuel-NOT from the connections!

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It does look great and would be fun. Just remember all the cool challenges we have with these things, can't buy good times like that. John B 67 Convert Fun
norman silverman
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Aug 3

1963 Power Antenna Problem

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I've used this procedure on 2 P/As so far with slight modifications of my own design, with great success. This procedure works quite nicely indeed for the
ybshore
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Aug 2

I've decided to sell my (2) 1960 Imperial LeBarons...

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Hey guys, I've finally decided to part with both of my 1960 Imperial LeBarons. I've had them for about 5 years. I figured I'd let you all know about them
robtoxic94
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Aug 2

Starter or Worse?

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Thanks to everyone for the tips.  I should have mentioned, I have soaked the cylinders in Marvel Mystery Oil and/or lots of PB Blaster.  Have done that
GB Baker
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Aug 1

1960 Brake Shoe Size?

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Hi,Thanks for the idea, didn't thing of that, I'll give it a try.   Garrett  From: "retromobilia retromobilia@... [Imperial-Club]"
GB Baker
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Aug 1

1959 Chrome Car

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G'day Dave and everyone else reading this, Thanks for your kind comments. I guess in the end I think when we restore a car, in effect we are maintaining a link
Lou
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Aug 1

66 imperial

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http://barnfinds.com/rare-cruiser-1966-chrysler-imperial-convertible/ just seen this Gary,NZ
gary
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Aug 1

Carter AFB Accelerator Pump Plunger Source

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Thanks, I tried that already. It has a bad pucker in it. It looks like it kind of folded back and stayed that way for a long time. From:
danteeqs@sbcglobal.net
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Jul 31

Fuel Pump Replaced: Easy Job: Used "grease trick": done

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After the overwhelming majority of posts suggested (actually insisted) that the pump be replaced, I did so. While I was dreading it, I just did it. Luckily,
norman silverman
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Jul 31
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