The Jalopy Journal
Yes you are right
Mopar for sure .
You will need the wood , the snaps have parts on the wood and also the top
From a professional point of view? Screw holes / bolt holes I use an electric soldering gun. Makes a nice melted edge , never seen a flame in over...
HAHAHA! Bet that was hoot
^^^^ no slot should be there
Wow. I like it.
I was talking to a friend Saturday about Bart. We have lived out of Modesto area along time and were wondering. Sorry to hear. Bart was into cars...
3 minutes! and by the op:D
Call Gina at Ciadella's interiors she will know
For my 65 I have found lots of maintenance type parts at Rockauto
A jeweler would be a very good person to talk to about repairs. Some one on here is one,can,t remember his name
definably g.m in the 60s
Good , that is about what I did
Looks like the one in my Lincoln, the pin appears to go through at the flat to round transition. The book probably says to remove from car as one...
What they said!
Wow very impressive. Can you guys imagine him and rytang having a discussion?
The splines on the tranny only go so far, a longer yoke may bottom out. I used a longer one on mine, but had to take out the splines in the yoke.
38 La salle in the bush
vans from the 70s , mustangs to 80s many others.
Man , there is a lot of stuff.
I like it!
Will the splines on the outside come off, some are pinned. Replacement splines are pinned or set screwed
Looks like a scratch to me. But I agree with 48. Now is the time to know ,so a pressure test may be called for. Also looks like magnification is...
The last 3 or 4 of those trucks that I did the interiors on had the same problem Before I did them. I found the channel were squished by the...
What you are seeing is the clip , it goes in the trim first. But if you have acsess what HRP said would be easier to remove later
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