"Metal like I'm seeing above simply needs to be replaced. After I posted this I did see that that many say Rusting from the "inside out" to mean rusting from the other/bottom side. I read that to mean metal just starting to rust from…"
"I think I remember you debating whether or not you were going to clean up the engine bay. Considering how much we spend peering under the hoods of each others cars, I agree it is well worth the effort. Looking at that first…"
"Thanks Tony and Tony! I am really looking forward to pushing our website to the next level and making it the most powerful, user friendly car club website anywhere! I believe in continuous improvement, and having an IT background, hope to use my…"
Well guys, with all your input and help, its finally almost done! Got the motor and tranny put in today. Thanks for all the input and sharing your expertise. Bought the block off of Russ a while back and been working on it ever since. Props to my buddies at Hoots Hotrods and Customs! See More
"You need a 1967 service manual for your year
The diagram is in that manual
Might find it on ebay
You might get lucky if the owner of a 63 or 64 , also owns a 67 , as this sight is exclusive to the two years above"
"Congradulations , you are a great leader
Sounds like you have a plan and will enjoy the new business directions you will be choosing
Earning the time and freedom to chase you passions ,is always the way to go
Doing a job you are passionate about ,…"
Posted this on my Facebook page today and thought I would share with all of you:
COUNT DOWN TO RETIREMENT .... After 24 years with the state, and moving up to IT Manager over North Carolina's main Integrated Tax Processing System I will be stepping away to pursue other passions on Jan 1, 2015, just 6 days after I turn ...…
Hi i have a friend with a 67 coupe convertable and he is haveing problems with his indicator switch that is on the steering column would anybody have a diagram for this i think there is bits missing as someome has put the horn button on aswitch under the dash
I have a 64 Eloorado and the power steering has a small heat exchanger. This consists of a loop of pipe about 6 inches long, it has fins (approx 2" X 1") over the assembly. On mine it lays on the back of the drivers side front fender just under the hinge and near the wiper motor. It is just there loose but does have a bracket for mounting. I cannot see where it should be mounted. It is on the low pressure return line and judging by the style of hose clamps it has been on there for a long…
Well guys, with all your input and help, its finally almost done! Got the motor and tranny put in today. Thanks for all the input and sharing your expertise. Bought the block off of Russ a while…Continue