Type: Posts; User: saron81
Could also be a hydraulic/cable problem with the clutch not engaging all the way.
Looks like Lewis is dating Cruella DeVille.
Is that hood made of Dalmatian fur?
I'd be up for a TCL guided tour! :thumbup:
Having exhausted my normal channels... I'm turing to you guys for help. Need a hood for a 1955 Ford. All 1955 Fords (with the exception of the Tbird) used the same hood. They are also 1955 model year...
Do you live on, or drive on unpaved roads?
Maybe on the end of the stalks on the side? I don't know though...
Dude's a legend.
Heard it on TV. :laugh:
Late 60's-early 70's Mopars actually seem to hold up pretty well if you can find one that hasn't been butchered for it's big block. I imagine there were a lot bought by little old ladies, and not...
Chrysler's electronic ignition module. :thumbup:
I drive pretty much 75% highway or so on my trip to work (approx 90 miles round trip) and my SID usually shows right at 30mpg.
Outside Baltimore... but I'd meet you half way if you're interested.
PM me for more details. It was my DD, and it's a solid car. Was just getting ready to list if for sale next week! :thumbup:
Where in PA are you? I'm looking to sell my 2001 Saab 93. 2.0 turbo/manual trans. 161k runs/drives great! I'd take $2,000 for it. I'm the 2nd owner.
4.0 be damned.... the Slant Six and 727 might be the most indestructible powertrain combo ever.
I think the 1/4 ton 150 versions of these were unibody, not BOF.
Pretty sure you could get it in the TC by Maserati as well.
No. The original Boss wouldn't turn anywhere near that RPM either.
Won tickets and backstage passes to Dierks Bentley off the radio this morning!
You know the later model small turbo ones are already legal here, right?