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  1. Scott Thelander
    07-29-2017 03:26 AM
    Scott Thelander
    the carb is tucked up on the shelf ........... that was a sideways deal ........
    glad you enjoyed it ... did u get the brine recipe ?
    I may know where a nice pedal is with power brakes ... thats a 67 only isnt it ?
    thanks Rich ...

    Scott sorry for the delay .... I dont check this area often enuf obviously ...
  2. 428goat
    02-23-2015 11:40 PM
    I think that the ball socket connection are riveted and not repairable. Mine is complete with the end plates. Repros are 130.00 at Ames so how about 65.00 plus shipping. Give me your email and I will send you pictures.
  3. idaho2some
    02-23-2015 09:17 PM
    Is it complete with the end plates that attach to each wiper post? It appears my ball socket connection on the passengers side failed. The ball is there, but the socket looks like it's damaged. I can't see where that socket connection is held in place by any kind of clip so am assuming it's some kind of factory snap together system. Can you tell looking at yours? How much are you asking for yours?
  4. erlindsey
    12-01-2014 04:30 PM
    Received the package today Rich. Thanks
  5. erlindsey
    11-22-2014 12:39 AM
    would you ship for 60?
  6. 428goat
    11-17-2014 10:28 AM
    Thanks for the info. As I have never did any porting and don't have the equipment then the ports will have to remain stock.
  7. Tim Corcoran
    11-17-2014 10:18 AM
    Tim Corcoran
    The short duration of the cam I suggested will build more dynamic compression, that is what you need with your lower static compression. The short overlap is what you need for running exhaust manifolds. More duration will make your bottom end soft and you will need to spin it up more to try to make up for what you loose down low, that is if your valve train allows the RPM. I am not an advocate of bigger cams if it just makes for a less efficient engine at lower RPM. More duration doesn't make more power, it just moves the power band up in a higher RPM band. What will give you more power is if you wanted to get some bowl work and a performance 3 angle valve job on your heads. Another thing to consider is if you go too big on the cam you may end up needing longer valves that will support the additional lift.

    In my 67 LeMans street car, PS, PB, AC, TH-400, I have a 400 bored to 4.190 with a 4" stroke crank, 441 ci. It's basically a bored out 428. It has 6X-8 heads, factory manifold with a Q-Jet, 9.0:1 compression, stock converter, TH-400 and 3.23 gears. Has the RA exhaust manifolds and 2-1/2 exhaust to the rear bumper with Walker Dynomax 17749 mufflers and I run that small 213/219 Lunati cam I recommended for your car. The one and only time I took it to the drags to see what it would do it ran a 13.36, shifting at 5200 RPM. I had to ease it out of the hole very carefully because if I hammered it, the 275/60/15 tires would spin to beyond redline. With sticky tires would probably be running high 12's in the 1/4 and this is without any tuning. My heads have been ported, and that is where the power comes from and not a big camshaft.
  8. 428goat
    10-27-2014 08:02 AM
    Sorry. Didn't read your message too good. Rear NOS has been sold. Only the front is available.
  9. Tim Corcoran
    10-24-2014 09:43 PM
    Tim Corcoran
    I need the drivers side rear molding, how much? Thanks, Tim

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    67 HT 4 speed, with a 428. Original engine is resting.
    First car 55 pontiac. Put in a 400ci and it ran real good. Owned a 61 cat convert, 62 bonneville convert, Wish I had them now.
    Elkhart In. USA
    Pontiacs, Wife is a doll collector/dealer
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