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 on: Today at 03:08:02 PM 
Started by finallya68 - Last post by Bob Gaines
Older thread....I have a question concerning an original paint Hi-Po air cleaner base. It is marked 6C for its date code.  It has the small nipple, but it also has a small reinforcement plate surrounding the nipple with 3 small spot welds holding it in place.

Is this for a CA emission 66 Hi Po or do the 67's have such date codes like 6C?


That is what i typically see on 67 GT350's. I have seen many with 66 date codes on 67.

 22 
 on: Today at 02:58:35 PM 
Started by 427hunter - Last post by J_Speegle
Great picture and detail, it also shows Red pad on carpet with white interior! Huh?

Found a couple of original carpets with those inserts but IMHO those were not the typical carpets installed for that interior. Don't have enough data let (or original examples) to see if it relates to a mistakenly made batch that found it's way to Dearborn for a specific period of time.  I would still go with the standard carpet unless you had historical proof to back up a specific car's installation  One or two cars does not relate into all cars Wink

 23 
 on: Today at 02:56:05 PM 
Started by MyShelbyDream - Last post by 6T7350
Couple more pictures...

 24 
 on: Today at 02:55:24 PM 
Started by cbrown - Last post by J_Speegle
Remember that the windshield opening black has little to nothing to do with the blacking out the cowl above the firewall to cowl pinch weld often cars with body color visible cowl surface will have black under the cowl in areas.

 25 
 on: Today at 02:54:05 PM 
Started by MyShelbyDream - Last post by 6T7350
Thought I'd share my experience.  I ran Speedways for years because, like other many others, I love the look.  But, I also wanted a Goodyear radial for improved drive-ability.  I ended up getting polysteel radials from Kelsey.  These tires were originally developed in the late 70's for Corvettes and Trans Ams.  They're a couple sizes larger than the Speedways, so they fill in the wheel wells nicely.  But, they also retain the 70 aspect ratio, which I prefer on '67s. As reproduction "vintage" radials, they aren't cheap.  However, compared to Speedways, they drive more like a modern radial.  Considering the choices we have, I've been happy with them.  Mine are the "small" letter style.  They also come in a "large" letter.
Mark   

 26 
 on: Today at 02:48:08 PM 
Started by MyShelbyDream - Last post by The Commish
I'm still planning on it.  Early weather forecast is low 60's, no rain. 

 27 
 on: Today at 02:17:41 PM 
Started by finallya68 - Last post by Texas Swede
Bob,
Very interesting that you have seen HiPo lids with a flattened side for "Monte Carlo"
bar fitting. I have such a lid dated 5A and without any spout whatsoever. Always though
the paint shop dropped it on the floor when they painted it together with the 5A dated
with spout I use in my 65.
Texas Swede

 28 
 on: Today at 01:25:13 PM 
Started by Steve McDonald (formally mcdonas) - Last post by TLea
Iíve got a few as well as Paxton and conelec car (Joseís) but I am still under photobucket curse. Iíll email to anybody that can post

 29 
 on: Today at 01:18:19 PM 
Started by finallya68 - Last post by Bossssssss
Older thread....I have a question concerning an original paint Hi-Po air cleaner base. It is marked 6C for its date code.  It has the small nipple, but it also has a small reinforcement plate surrounding the nipple with 3 small spot welds holding it in place.

Is this for a CA emission 66 Hi Po or do the 67's have such date codes like 6C?


 30 
 on: Today at 01:07:39 PM 
Started by MyShelbyDream - Last post by zray
That is Shelrace, but I assumed he is using tirestickers.com too, just gets it right the first time since he has plenty of experience.
From what I have gathered, it takes grinding on a curb to ruin them and can last the life life the tire. In fact, I think they will sell you the tire of your choice with the desired lettering;

https://www.tirestickers.com/tires/



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