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About 73vertproject

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    1973 Convertible H Code, 351C 2V FMX


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    McDermitt, NV
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  1. Here's what my interior door panels look like: I know there's no way to repair them, except charcoal lighter fluid. 🙂 Anyone have experience buying aftermarket deluxe interior door panels? If so, which company did you go with, and how was the result? Thanks! Doc
  2. Nothing wrong with that. After ruining two sets of cam bearings trying to install them myself, I took my rebuilt block to the pros and spent far less that it would have cost in continued frustration and parts. No shame in getting the pros involved to save $$ and headache medicine. My 2 cents.
  3. If anyone knows of a member doing this, please PM a moderator with specifics. This won't be tolerated here. Thanks.
  4. Welcome to the club from northern Nevada. Glad to have you here!
  5. This is what I installed in my 73 'vert with 2V heads and I LOVE it! http://www.compperformancegroupstores.com/store/merchant.mvc?Screen=SRCH&Store_Code=CC&Search=32-242-4 And this is how it performed right after it was broken in. Just some food for thought.
  6. Welcome to the club from northern Nevada. Glad to have you here!
  7. :P Sorry, had to chuckle at that one, Jim. I haven't done exactly the same thing, but I've filled the crank case with oil after draining, only to realize I forgot to reinstall the drain plug. Yep, 5 quarts of oil makes a BIG mess. You've got me with the keys, tho. :cool:
  8. Welcome to the club from northern Nevada. Looking forward to the pics!
  9. Welcome to the club from northern Nevada. Looks like a great project you have - would like to hear more about it. Keep the pics coming - glad to have you here!
  10. Some awesome stories in this thread. Thanks for sharing, everyone!

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