Shove It In

I am working on mybrother’s survivor 1969 CoronetR/T convertible and I removedthe fuel tank to put in a new onefrom Rock Auto. Thanks for thediscount code by the way . The fillerneck gave me real problemstrying to get it out. When

Matchless

1972 Demon 340. VIN isLM29H2B239266 Number onblock pad is 2B293266 – the 9and 3 are wrong. Could this bean error? Is it still considerednumbers matching?I don’t think anyone canever prove or disprove this, butmy educated guess is that

Pedal Pusher

Thanks for all thepointers in my ’72 Dart (340,904 Auto, 11.75 front rotors,10.5 inch rear drums, manualstock master cylinder, Firm Feellevel 2 power steering box, FFI1.25˝ front swaybar, and spoolK-member.I have done the big

Moldless Coronet

I am resurrectinga 1968 Dodge Coronet440, 383 car. Before I bought it,someone removed the vinyl roofand filled in the holes (whereI live the sun is very hot so itwas probably all dried out androtted). The fender tag showsa vinyl roof

It’s A Wrap

I was readingyour recent articleon the 400+HP 5.9L last nightand your comment about tryingto get rid of the power steeringpump sparked a memoryfor me. I saw a drag truck inSeattle many years ago thatI snapped pictures of, and Iremembered

Striped Out

On a 1969 GTXlower body molding, the singlepinstripe, I believe there wereonly two colors that were available,tomato red and white.What was used with the carbeing B5 blue? Was it personalpreference or any one of thetwo colors?Yes, the

Watt Pulley?

I have several remanufactured squarebackalternators for my ’73 ’Cuda 340, andnone of them appear to have the correct(in appearance) single-groove pulley thatcame with factory alternators. Would youhave a photo of the correct one?Depending

T-Rex (T is for Trash)

This is not a tech question, but I’m sureothers have wondered what to do with theold original parts. I have a 1956 PlymouthSports Suburban that I recently installed a5.7 Hemi with the 5-speed auto and an 8¾˝.People have told me to keep the

Sticker Bee

I have just finished paintinga 1968 Super Bee hardtop, 383. I hadbought it in 2007 from the family of thesecond owner, who died while restoring it. Itis a code 318 bumblebee stripe delete car.What I’m trying to find out is: What

Bumped Up

I’m in the middle of rebuilding my 1971Super Bee. My question is about the rearbumper brackets. The bumper I removedwas a ’72-’74 with the notch cut out for thebumper jack tongue. I need to know if thebrackets are ’71 or newer. The only

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