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1961 413 with cross ram

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Just because it would fit, and it would, does not mean it's reasonably feasible, unless you wanted to trash the unusable 413 and use the $3500.00 intake?
Fred Joslin
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2:25 PM

'72 AirTemp II question

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I own a 1972 Imperial with the AirTemp II automatic temperature control system. The amplifier and servo units were replaced with new units last year and the
James Poltrock
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10:39 AM

Light switch removal

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  I am selling my 1962   2 door crown if anyone is interested. It is a west coast car no rust.  Contact me for more info. I am selling my 1962 2 door crown
garry smith
28
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6:47 PM

1955 Imperial glass

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i have a rear glass for you car please call 505 239 2588 thanks On Wed, May 27, 2015 at 7:33 AM, George Burdock gburdock@... ... i have a rear
George Burdock
3
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May 27

'A' pillar clips

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Not having a 68 imperial I can't be sure but if you're talking about the small clips screwed to the  outside edge of the windscreen cavity  68 C bodies
ybshore
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May 27

Installing Edelbrock Carb on my 66-which carb flange gasket would yo

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I've taken the distributor out of big block Mopar engines (small block, too) many, many times and never, ever had the distributor/oil pump drive shaft come
norman silverman
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May 27
Herb
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May 26

It lives

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Well everyone thank you, I took the fuel line off and jumped the starter relay to see if it would pump anything. Nothing happened, I banged on the fuel tank
jdbabcock@...
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May 25

Re: Imperial-Club] ballast resister

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I've also blown forward by putting air gun in filler opening and "sealing" it with my hand and letting fly with short bursts. Note I'm not saying anyone else
William Parker
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May 25

ballast resister

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J, Just remember any crud in the system from the gas tank on, can get clogged through everything; Including the freshly rebuilt carb. Best to find the cause
jdbabcock@...
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May 25

Re: Installing Edelbrock Carb on my 66-which carb flange gasket woul

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I liked the electric choke pull-off on my replacement Carter so much that I added one to my AVS on the Polara. Just had to drill out the bosses that were
RONALD STEPHENSON
2
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May 25

Ballast Resistor

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Since I read your latest message it is most assuredly the fuel system. I had the same condition on a 57-300E and changed the fuel pump (OEM) two times until I
Kenyon Wills
4
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May 25

Parking brake shoe for '61

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I found a second one, the first seems to have been sold. http://www.ebay.com/itm/261885990106?_trksid=p2060778.m1438 l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT ...
Steve Carter
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May 23

1963 Power Steering Fluid

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OEM Power steering fill, then and now, is power steering fluid. The Mopar fluid is essentially the same as what you buy at an auto parts store (some very
ybshore
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May 23

Power Steering Fluid with "sealer"

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The "sealer" in such products swells the rubber seals. This can result in a slightly loose rubber o ring growing in diameter and "sealing" where it did not
Kenyon Wills
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May 23
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