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Decided to take a stab at fabricating custom headlight buckets instead. Just need to start bending the flange.
IMG_0902 by easyissy posted May 11,...
I found some patch panels for the 57 Chrylser headlights online that I should be able to use.
Thanks for the input. Believe me I wasn't planning on filling it with body filler. The graphing idea is great but I'm not sure if I'll be able to...
Here are the photos I promised. I'm no expert fabricator just a novice at this so any advice is greatly appreciated.
I'm having a hard time getting the fitment to look 100%. It may be a job for some filler. Damn, I hate block sanding.
That photo is from the...
Does anyone have photos of the process to swap out the 1958 Ford headlights for the 1957 Chrysler headlights?
Here's where I am so far but some...
Or no bands again this year?
Have you guys lined up the bands yet?
2 more weeks! Can't wait!
Are we still allowed to camp out? That sux that the band's have been omitted but I guess its for the good.
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How late can we get there on Friday? Do they close the gates at a certain time?
Yup, sounds like a vacuum leak for sure
Another vote for Y-block!
Try these guys: http://www.wurthitdesigns.com/57Ford.html
Bonneville tailights. I'm looking for some too.
I used a tandem bike brake cable
I'd hit it with Ospho again to reactivate it then rinse it with water first before you spray it.
Between $3185-$3945 according to this:
Got my valley pan from Larrys Third for around $100
Nope. That was the stock set-up on some Birds.
I had the same problem with my Y-block and I found a broken intake stud.
You have a vacuum leak somewhere. At idle spray in some carb cleaner around the intake, carb base, etc. If the idle goes up you found your leak.
PC-7 is the best stuff to i use. Sands better than jb weld...
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