What’s The Diff?

What was the differential size(s) in hot1961-1964 Dodges and Plymouths—forexample, the Max Wedge cars? TheRamchargers always used 4.56 Sure-Grip rears, but the size was never mentioned.They all used the ubiquitous Chrysler built8.75˝ ring

Flickering Out

I think I’m having a ground or switchproblem on my ‘69 GTX. When I turn theheadlight or park light switch on, 30-40%of the time my dash lights are dim andmy directional lights on the dash and high beam lightsilluminate, not bright but

Slop Meet

I have a ’68 Coronet, 318, 72K. It is 100%original. The steering was very sloppy, Ifound that the pitman arm small-end nutwas loose allowing the stud to wobble.Tightening that helped a lot, and everythingelse underneath seems tight, butthe

Furryous Braking

My car is a 1967 Fury III convertible. Iwould like to know which would be thebest disc brake conversion kits to use toreplace the 9˝ manual drums? My fathergot the car new. I have 16˝ ARE rimsthat clear on the car from a 1970 ’CudaI was

Muscle Mirada

1973-85 have become known as the “Malaise” years as musclecars were emasculated by emission laws and fuel economy standards. Horsepower dropped from 400 to 200 with paint and decals replacing the lost ponies. Mike Haney from Scio, NY

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