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  1. stevep
    05-28-2024 06:32 AM
    I misread your question. They were too short. I changed them to 225/70R14.
    I sold the car 2 years ago.
  2. MPKind
    05-27-2024 08:13 PM
    Your reply in a thread from 2020 says you did. It’s at the top of the topic list
  3. MPKind
    05-27-2024 04:05 PM
    How are this 245/60-14 tires working out? I’m switching to 15” wheels and thinking about 235/70-15s. I think they’ll look fine but I don’t know. It’s a 28” tire. You have any good profile pics of your car?
  4. stevep
    03-13-2019 08:52 PM
    Just replace the modulator with a correct white stripe version.
  5. ScottP
    03-11-2019 12:28 PM
    Sorry I missed the party - I spent every waking minute this weekend on Jen's 65 Mustang. I pulled the engine, which was a tired, non-original 66, and replaced it with a correct
    35k mile original 65 200ci inline. I also swapped in power steering while it was apart, as its LOADS easier with the engine out of the way. Only thing left is to re-install the C4
    trans, but it seems to have developed yet ANOTHER leak during the removal. The vacuum modulator appears to be seeping, but I can't yet tell if its at the crimped seal of the
    can, or if its coming from the threads. I may replace it for good measure.
  6. ScottP
    03-07-2019 01:16 PM
    BTW - I assume someone saw me on my way home on 290 or 495?
  7. ScottP
    03-07-2019 01:16 PM
    The car is effectively a twin in every way - same interior and exterior colors, very similar options. The trunk is rotted out, and the hood
    has some bad rust, but the fenders (front and rear) as well as the doors are mint. The bumpers and Endura are also in really nice
    shape, along with the trunk. I'd like to start interviewing potential body shops this spring and start the process of having my car
    restored soon. You wouldn't want to use the donor cars body as-is, but there's loads of great replacement panels on it.
  8. ScottP
    03-06-2019 11:17 AM
    Sure did - bought it complete minus the 455. Sure wish he hadn't robbed the motor from it, but there's still plenty of good metal and options there
  9. MD79TA
    06-02-2015 07:10 PM
    Hi Steve, my name is Doug Duhamel and you did a rebuild on my sons 79 trans am (great job) question I have the turbo 400 out of my 68 gto it had sat for twenty years. After filling up it did work but leaks about every place it could . So what do you suggest I can drop off to you and I want keep it close to stock maybe mild BM shift kit maybe not, have the dyno numbers on engine that I'm putting in so help on torque converter selection would help.
  10. chief many horses
    01-08-2015 01:04 PM
    chief many horses
    email me at and I'll send you a copy of my heater core bill. I do not have your emaill address.

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    65 Bonneville conv. 66 421 Bonneville Safari, 66 2+2 HT, 67 GP conv,
    Mendon Mass
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    Vintage car repair shop owner/transmission rebuilder
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