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...negative $15 dollars...
Not bad for a $500 dollar car!
Well, as of last week.........:cool:
I've found these by the hundreds. Just check the drain at your local carwash circa 1981.
Picture I.D. (drivers license) & insurance (possible vehicle search) = visitors pass.
The motor will die about the time I turn it back enough to start to see the numbers. They are appearing at the top. Motor starts easily. My light...
Number 2 rule of car restoration...do not "yank" anything. Number 1 rule....do not throw ANYTHING away until the car is completely done.
I guess I used poor wording on an earlier post. I "can see the timing mark" with the light, it's just no where near the pointer. It's showing up...
It will be fine.
Cars running good, I just can't see the timing mark. Pointer on drivers side. Mark on balancer (showing with the light) on passenger side.
Yep. on #1.
Moved the wires all over one position. Gave me more room...my vac advance was starting to hit my manifold/carb it was turned around so far. Didn't...
Yes, the sail panels. Did pretty much all the interior plastic parts. Works great if you use a light touch.
I used to use Diehard batteries exclusively. Spent alot of money there. Last one that went bad, they refused to replace it. Gave me a really hard...
I stripped my rear panels in a blasting cabinet! Very low pressure and soft walnut shell media. Worked like a charm. Didn't affect the grain at all.
Idling at about 800 RPM with the pickup hooked to #1 wire.
I didn't drop the distributor in my motor, but my timing mark on the harmonic balancer is way off. When I hit it with the light (vac advance hose...