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  1. Kevin, One of my buddies just rebuilt a 65 fastback utilizing all Dynacorn panels. He basically jacked up the roof, A pillars and back window opening and put all new floors, front frame rails, aprons, one piece floor, firewall and dash. All worked out well and parts mostly fit well with a few adjustments needed. It worked out well and I'm sure you will be replacing more than you are thinking, as always. Let me know if you need any guidance on install or just questions, I'm sure he would be happy share knowledge.... Thanks, Jay
  2. If your talking the module with the electric plug not the actual "key" tumbler, unfortunately it cannot be done. Dropping the column is actually quite simple. Just be careful with loosening and tightening the attachment nuts, the studs easily break off the column. Thanks, Jay
  3. Just another reason why the USPS is a money eating machine that is always hungry and has shit service..... Thanks, Jay
  4. I Drive.... I have my Mach 1 and Model A and probably drive about 5K a year..... Thanks, Jay
  5. I am employed to do anything and everything that no one wants to do at that particular time....
  6. Valvoline VR-1 oil is also made in 10-30 and 10-40. You will need to special order it at most chain auto parts stores. My local speed shop has all the mentioned grades on the shelf. Thanks, Jay
  7. I am also running the 255/60/15 at the rear on a 8" rim. I agree they are the perfect size and look for our cars. Thanks, Jay
  8. I also had to fabricate one for my conversion. I used parts from the original 351C one and made a new mount from 3/16" plate and worked well. Thanks, Jay
  9. Ken, What a beautiful car for sure.... Thanks, Jay
  10. David, Congrats on the honor of displaying your Mach 1, I will be looking forward to seeing it for sure.... Thanks,Jay
  11. The connector for my 73 also broke when I tried to remove. I just cut it off and used crimp type connectors on it. Thanks, Jay
  12. I had Rocketman change mine to quartz movement and it never worked better and it keeps time as good as my daily driver. Thanks, Jay
  13. If you do decied to change out the FPA headers, I would be interested in them....

    Thanks, Jay

  14. Looking for rear window trim, complete or right side upper. Let me know. Thanks, Jay
  15. Guys, I converted to Duraspark last winter on my 460 and will never look back to points, unilite module failures or others Pertronix issues. The installation was straight forward and I grabbed the 12v feed at the point where the resisitor wire ties into the ignition switch. This way I left the original "resistor wire" in place. I used a small cap recurved distributor from one of the vendors and my motor never ran better..... Thanks, Jay
  16. I installed TMI deluxe covers and foam on my Mach 1. They fit very well with good comfort. During a recent cleaning, after about 3 years since installed I found a couple of splits in the vinyl on the bolster of the drivers seat. I do not believe anything can be done with it to correct, just an FYI. thanks, Jay
  17. I agree that I too cannot get used to the new format. I have not been on very much since the change over. I have tried and tried.... Thanks, Jay
  18. I have a driverside exhaust manifold that I would "Pay it Forward" if you like. It would probably be about $20.00 or so to ship. Let me know by PM. Thanks, Jay
  19. Whats up with the left front fender flange cut up ? Possibly to see the VIN ? Thanks, Jay
  20. David, I just changed my booster over the winter and you are welcome to my original 73 unit as a practice piece for shipping only.... Let me know. Thanks, Jay
  21. Heater core is leaking and its leaking out of the condensate drain nipple.
  22. Guys, Unfortunately, since I had a brief act of mindlessness the other night and ran over a Belgium block curb and bashed my oil pan pretty good, I am set to pull motor and replace the pan. I have had a annoying drip from the rear main seal since I put this car together and figure "while its out" I might as well install a new seal. I been doing research on the interweb and found that "seal crush" is the topic of the month for rear main seal installation on the 385 series motors. Any input, suggestions or actual experiences for me on this ? Your help and guidance would be appreciated. Thanks, Jay
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