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  1. Jimmac

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    20211120_121140.jpg 20211120_121140.jpg 20211120_120733.jpg 20211120_121017.jpg 163 intake from 1968, cal custom valve covers and a cal custom or et diff cover. valve covers have holes for a side mounted breather but I just hang them on my garage wall. jim
     
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    I've got the same diff cover on my camaro and 70 chevelle, my 66 has a chrome cover so the finned cover will go on it. I've got the basic same intake but from 1965 without the choke mount. so a cleaner looking intake, going to put the 65 intake on my 396, rpm will come off the 163 intake will get traded off someday in the future. jim
     
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    New Autometer Arctic White in the truck.
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    That's frigging nice.
     
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    Looks great Dave. I wanted to do something with my 92 Burb (no tach) and this might be it. Is that a Santa Cruz right next to the gauges? If so how do you like it? Now I'm really jealous!
     
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    Yes that's the Santa Cruz. It sounds nice, has enough features but not as user friendly as I would have liked. Too many sub menus with just the few buttons. Once you get it set up it's good.

    I got the panel here: https://www.dolphingauges.com/product-page/1988-chevy-truck
     
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    Excellent choice! Well done! I have exact same gauges in my maro.
     
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    Merry Christmas and happy early birthday to me. I needed some cheap wheels to put street tires on so I can save my 200tw tires for autocross.

    Not sure I love them but for the price is good. I already had some 275/35/18 firehawks here so I went 18x9 5.25 bs. Word is with a ridetech truturn kit these will fit my 67 too. We'll see.

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