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Username Post: G-3 Forum FAQ's        (Topic#21869)
Anonymous 

12-20-02 05:23 AM - Post#144713    

This will be a permanant post where we can place all of the good FAQ info. This is a work in progress so stand by for more details.
The address to Doc's page
http://www.geocities.com/motorcity/downs/9163



 
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Trying to shrink the FAQ list
12-20-02 11:16 PM - Post#144714    
    In response to

Some updated parts links NEW 6-18-06

http://www.chgoautopts.com/index.html

http://www.jrschevyparts.com/chevelle_parts.htm

https://www.chevytalk.com/cgi-local/classifieds/classifieds.pl

http://www.chevelles.com/classifieds/showcat.php?cat=30

http://www.paddockparts.com/Paddock/dept...ft=&GiftID=

https://www.opgi.com/GateChev4.asp

http://www.npdlink.com/modules.php?name=Chevelle_Catalog

http://stores.ebay.com/Chicago-Muscle-Ca...3QQftidZ2QQtZkm

http://www.originalauto.com/index.htm

Doc's classified section still getting posts
http://pub31.bravenet.com/classified/show.php?usernum=2629884994&cpv=1

The G3 free photo archive site, post your pics up here and you can post the photo's on the forum.

http://g3.couldbeworse.org/



 
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MacWondering ? *DELETED*
12-22-02 10:16 PM - Post#144715    
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Post deleted by 74LagunaS3



 
Anonymous 

Re: MacWondering ?
12-23-02 07:45 AM - Post#144716    
    In response to Dorian

That was the idea, this post will stay on top of the forum for all to see. I have not had time to write things up, but y'all can join in



 
77xlandau 
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Steering Gear Box Swap
12-23-02 09:06 AM - Post#144717    
    In response to

Well, I think I'll nominate Dorian's excellent write-up on swapping in a quick-ratio high effort steering box. It seems like we get a multi-page thread going on this one every few months:



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Most of this stuff you probably already know but... here goes

I pulled mine off of a wrecked 91 Trans Am with performance suspension 16 inch wheels. The engine was pulled so to be sure of the box I counted the turns from lock to lock, roughly 2.5. This is a 12.7:1 steering box w/ firmer valving (32 lb-in) reputed the most desirable. The famous "YA" boxes were indeed on 83 - 88 Monte Carlo SS (G-cars)... again 12.7:1, 3915' travel and 30 lb-in valve tension. The YA was stamped in ink on the end cap and that wiped off VERY easily, so don't be surprised if it ain't on there.

I don't remember what year your car was... but before 1975 the steering boxes had integral pressure port seats. After 1975-76 pressure port seat inserts were used. In 1980 the port threads became metric. The stub shaft on the late boxes are also thinner (and different spline count). Sooooo, if you have an early G3 you'll need pressure and return seats and a new steering coupler to accommodate the smaller diameter.

PN
Flare seat, high pressure: 40620
Flare seat, return: 40630
Steering coupler: 62420

Cost = $60. The steering coupler was the expensive part.

These are the parts I used. Talk to Mr. or Mrs. Lee. They are extremely friendly people and they will let you know what you need. 818/768-0371

I thought the metric threads on the hydraulic ports would be a concern... i.e. entailing cutting the pressure and return tubing, swapping on a metric flare nuts and double-flaring. NO WORRY !!!! Just tap in Lee's press fit seats using a 1/4" bolt with a nut 1/4" up the shaft. Make sure they are straight and tap till they bottom out. Place a flared tube over their respective seats tighten the flare nuts but not all the way; just enough to put some pressure on the flare. Important - then twist the tubing back and forth to mate the surfaces. Lee told me to do this. Then tighten fully.

Again, everything is pretty straightforward. Just a few comments maybe. Lift the car in such a way that the wheels can move freely; it is easy to snap off one of the cast ears of the of the box if everything doesn't line up. Leave the steering coupler loose till the final torque. It is necessary to drop anti-sway bar. Make sure your wheels, steering wheel and column and steering boxes are centered before swapping. Draining the pump can get messy and takes a long time; you can turn over the pulley a few times to get the last drops. Clear out of the way when testing, high pressure !

What I would have done differently:

Adjusting the lash. It is best to adjust that before you bolt in the box. I have the procedure on that... somewhere.

Swap on end caps while the boxes were off.

Buy a Snapon or other quality pitman arm puller. I (dangerously) exploded 2 pitman arm pullers. Sheered right through the claws adjusting screws. The toughest part of the whole procedure was pulling the pitman arms, everything else was fairly easy. Put the pitman arm under strong pressure. Go slowly, if a claw starts to creep off, stop and adjust. When under a good deal of pressure whack the rim of the pitman arm with a heavy hammer. It may be tough but it will come off. Butane ruins the seals.

I would have preferred using a crow's foot wrench to loosen and tighten the flare nuts. Thankfully, no damage on mine.

Note:

New boxes use a special GM power steering fluid, not ATF.

The difference will be night and day. However, I think the really difference will be when I replace the rubber bushings by polygraphite. I'm told this really makes a difference. Scheduled to do this in Feb.

Also, I haven't swapped on my old end cap on to the new box. I think my travel has been reduced a few degrees, not that noticeable though.

Rag joint is prickly, handle with care

If yours is a 76 - you may not need the pressure seat inserts. Saginaw phased in the O-ring type seal in 75-76... you might already have it; this was done progressively. You're gonna have to talk to Lee anyway when ordering the parts. He'll assist you. The only way'll be to peak down into the ports.

Incidentally I spent a LOT of time cleaning the box, ports especially.

It really is worth the hassle. Night and day results + low buck... it doesn't get any better than that If only to get rid of that overboosted feeling.
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Also check out:

http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/David_Pozzi/camaro_steering.htm

http://www.chevyhiperformance.com/

Click on "Tech Articles: The Best of CHP Tech"
Click on the "Chassis" section
Click on: "The Right Turn: Bolt On Late-Model Steering To Your '64-'77 Chevelle, July 1998"

(I can't figure out a way to directly link to the article...)

P.S.: I know I've seen a couple more sites with pics/write-ups on this subject. If I can find functioning links I'll add them to this list.



 
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Where can I get a cowl induction hood for my G3?
12-23-02 09:23 AM - Post#144718    
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Here are a couple places that offer fiberglass cowl induction hoods for the 73-77 Chevelles, along with some other cool stuff:


http://www.vfnfiberglass.com/site.htm

http://www.usbodysource.com/



 
Anonymous 

Re: G-3 Forum FAQ's
01-02-03 11:49 AM - Post#144719    
    In response to

Instead of making another post, here are several classified ads for 73-77 parts.

Doc's 73-77 Classified ads
http://pub31.bravenet.com/classified/show.php?usernum=2629884994&cpv=1

Team Chevelle old style classifieds Yes they are both active??
http://www.chevelles.com/ads/parts/years.html

I found my BB heads there, a NOS 1/4 panel, sold parts from the 73, and found my 74 nose by posting on the Wanted section (got lots of responses every time posted there)

New style

http://www.chevelles.com/cgi-bin/classifieds/classifieds.cgi?db=1973&website=&language=&session_key=



 
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Re: G-3 Forum FAQ's
01-02-03 10:42 PM - Post#144720    
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I seem to remember they had a different website address. Elky stuff but, as you know...

http://www.elcaminostore.com

e.g.
A tinted windshield + antenna $205.

EDIT: More parts http://www.thepartsplaceinc.com
http://www.goodmarkindustries.com/HomePage.html

EDIT: Here they are !!! http://www.ecparts.net/

EDIT: Here is another place to find parts Download the Chevelle catalog, there is some 73-77 parts.

http://www.thepartsplaceinc.com/



 
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Re: What if I blow up my 10-bolt rear-end
01-07-03 04:55 PM - Post#144721    
    In response to Dorian

I brought this up in another post and thought maybe I'd put it here. If anyone here ever manages to produce enough power to grenade a 8.5" 10-bolt rear-end, Moser makes bolt-in F**d 9" housings for 73-77 A-bodies:

www.moserengineering.com

Something to aspire to? (By the way, I don't know of anyone who offers 12-bolt rears that bolt into a G3)

Edit Moser makes brand new 12 bolt housings probaly will make one for a G-3 if asked



 
Anonymous 

Re: What if I blow up my 10-bolt rear-end
01-21-03 03:34 AM - Post#144722    
    In response to 77xlandau

The wonderful world of color thanks to Pagoo

http://members.aol.com/pagoo1/paintjob.htm

More color scheme options than ever considered by mere mortals.



 
Anonymous 

Re: G-3 Forum FAQ's
01-30-03 06:24 PM - Post#144723    
    In response to

The LMCEA faq list was short so I'm cutting and pasting
-Mike

LMCEA FAQ

Q: What was the last year for the 454 in a chevelle?
A: 1974 was the last year that the LS4 was available in Califonia. 1975 was the last year available anywhere.

Q: What was the last year for a manual transmission in a chevelle?
A: 1974 was the last year for an M21 close ratio 4spd (available only with MSO LS4). 1975 was the last year for any manual trans A-body (M20 wide ratio 4spd ).

Q: What parts (other than the engine itself) are different for a big block vs small block?
A: Drivers side inner fender well, motor mounts (part that bolts to block), fan shroud, emblems, front/rear springs.

Q: Do all '73 Chevelle SS's have 3.42:1 rearends?
A: only LS4 equiped cars came standard with 3.42 rears.

Q: What was the last year for ignition systems using points/condensor?
A: 1973

(Note)Only the SB-400 and 454 cars had HEI in 74 the rest still had points and condenser.

Q:What was the first year for HEI?
A: 1974

Q: How can you validate an original 4spd Chevelle/El Camino?
A: One of two ways. 1 - the build sheet. 2 - The code CWA or CWC stamped on the engine (next to VIN#).

Q: Do all '73 Chevelle SS's have the "special" instrumentation package?
A: No. All '73 Chevelle SS's have the round black bezel, but the gauge package was optional.

Q: What parts are interchangeable with the earlier chevelles or other GM marques?
A: Note: we should continuously add to this list. It will be a great help for people finding parts from the "pre-73" catalogs.

- '73 Chevelle and '73 - '76 El Camino SS fender emblems are the same as '73 Nova.
- 454 fender emblems are same as '70 - '72 Chevelle
- SS door panel emblems are same as '70 - 72 Chevelle
- 454 Fan shroud is same as '71 - 72 big block




 
Anonymous 

Re: G-3 Forum FAQ's
01-30-03 08:32 PM - Post#144724    
    In response to

guestion for mike, i have a 74. it originally came with a 400 sbc, but mine had points sys. i hated it cause i alwyas had to replace them, my dad bought the car new and said it had points, cause he'd replace them all the time. one of the first things i did when i got the car was install an HEI systems, its much much better. so are u sure they all came with them, or had to be ordered with, or is mine jsut rare?



 
Anonymous 

Re: G-3 Forum FAQ's
01-31-03 05:14 PM - Post#144725    
    In response to

I'm not sure Jeremy, I think you have just confirmed that that LMCEA item is not 100% reliable.
I think there was a discussion about HEI on this board years back, and it was pretty fuzzy when exactly HEI appeared.
My 74 350 had points I remember. I don't know why, but my points always last 30,000 miles+. I know a lot of people curse them, but I have good luck with them. The HEI on my 327 has had numerous issues.




 
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Re: G-3 Forum FAQ's
02-01-03 01:42 AM - Post#144726    
    In response to

HEI first came out in '75, vegas didn't get them til '76.

77 Malibu Classic 2dr 'Rhiannon' R.I.P (Resto In Progress) 86 GMC 1/2 ton 'Gus' 01 Malibu 3100 82 Malibu racecar 13.78 @ 96mph G-3 worshipper. http://www.cardomain.com/ride/254292


 
Anonymous 

Re: G-3 Forum FAQ's
02-01-03 04:06 AM - Post#144727    
    In response to

Jeremey, I had been the source of that info on the LMCEA. Yes my powers extend quite far. Back when the mail list server was working this came up.

My 74 Resto pack indicates that the optional LT4, LF6, or LS4 as "includes High Energy Ignition" (HEI). This is on the options and accessories list dated 5-17-74. In the engineering specs dated 9-73 revised 1-74 it lists a points type ingintion. My 74 came with the LF6 (vin R) and had a factory HEI lead.

Your laguna has the standard full vinyl roof and white exterior with dark red striping roof and interior listed as the only combinaton avail for the start of production. The Malibu classic is also listed as only avail with full roof till "early 74" This referrs to the lack of the full steel small window 1/4 panels. If your car has the inserts inside the car covering the rest of the rear window this confirms this. Plus you can get the MFG date from the cowl tag or door sticker.

So.... Only late SB-400 and 454 74's had the HEI from the factory.



 
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Re: G-3 Forum FAQ's
02-02-03 04:48 PM - Post#144728    
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LMCEA FAQ:

Q: What was the last year for a manual transmission in a chevelle?
A: 1974 was the last year for an M21 close ratio 4spd (available only with MSO LS4). 1975 was the last year for any manual trans A-body (M20 wide ratio 4spd ).


Ummm, I think we're spreading some disinformation here. My sources show the 3-speed manual (column-mount) being available all years 73-77 and 4-speeds in 73 and 74. Here's what the dealer brochures list for each year:

1973:

Chevelle coupes/sedans:
3-speed manual trans standard on the following engines:
250 I-6
307-2 V-8
350-2 V-8 (if engine installed in Malibu SS, automatic required)

4-speed wide ratio available on the following engine:
350-4 V-8 (available only on colonnade hardtop coupes with special front and rear suspension)

4-speed close ratio available on the following engine:
454-4 V-8 (available only on colonnade hardtop coupes with special front and rear suspension)

Chevelle station wagons:
I do not have access to this information at this time.

El Camino:
3-speed manual trans standard on the following engine:
307-2 V-8 (Note: 250 I-6 not available in 1973)

4-speed wide ratio available on the following engine:
350-4 V-8

4-speed close ratio available on the following engine:
454-4 V-8

1974:

Chevelle coupes/sedans:
3-speed manual trans standard on the following engines:
250 I-6
350-2 V-8 (this engine not available in California)
350-4 V-8 (California emission equipment required with this engine)

4-speed close ratio available on the following engine:
454-4 V-8 (required special front and rear suspension RPO F40 except on Laguna Type S-3 or on Malibu or Malibu Classic models ordered with radial tires)

Chevelle station wagons:
I do not have access to this information at this time.

El Camino:
3-speed manual trans standard on the following engines:
350-2 V-8
350-4 V-8
(Note: 250 I-6 not available in 1974)

4-speed close ratio available on the following engine:
454-4 V-8

1975:

Chevelle coupes/sedans:
3-speed manual trans standard on the following engines:
250 I-6
350-2 V-8 (this engine not available in California)
350-4 V-8 (this engine only available in California)

Chevelle station wagons:
Automatic transmission required with all available engines.

El Camino:
3-speed manual trans standard on the following engines:
250 I-6
350-2 V-8
350-4 V-8

1976:

Chevelle coupes/sedans:
3-speed manual trans standard on the following engine:
250 I-6 (this transmission not available in California)

Chevelle station wagons:
Automatic transmission required with all available engines.

El Camino:
3-speed manual trans standard on the following engine:
250 I-6

1977:

Chevelle coupes/sedans:
3-speed manual trans standard on the following engine:
250 I-6
(this transmission not available in California)
(this transmission not available with high altitude emissions equipment)
(this transmission not available on Malibu Classic 4-door sedan)

Chevelle station wagons:
Automatic transmission required with all available engines.

El Camino:
3-speed manual trans standard on the following engine:
250 I-6

Whew!!! As I said, this is the information I have. These brochures were printed up quite a ways ahead of the model introductions, so theoretically some of this info could have changed, but I've never seen any factory literature that contradicts the trans availabilities listed above. I tried to give as much info as I could, but I do not have the 73 or 74 wagon brochures, yet, so I don't know if sticks were available in those (I SERIOUSLY doubt that the 4-speed was available in wagons, BTW).

My own observations:

It's interesting that the 73 Malibu SS required either a Turbo-Hydramatic or a 4-speed, but this requirement was not listed for Lagunas in 73, 74, or 75. The 73 brochure specifically says that the 3-speed manual was standard in the Laguna with the 350-2. Is it possible that 74 and 75 S-3s could be ordered with a 3-on-the-tree? Or was an auto required, but just not listed?

None of the El Camino brochures list emissions restrictions like the Chevelle brochures. Was this because of relaxed emissions regulations for trucks, or were availability restrictions similar to the Chevelles, but just not listed?

If anyone has additional verifiable information on any of this, feel free to add to or correct the above info.



 
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Re: G-3 Forum FAQ's
02-03-03 03:50 AM - Post#144729    
    In response to 77xlandau

Believe it or not, I have a 74 wagon brochure that covers all models. I'll check on the trans offerings when I get home and dig it out.



 
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Brakes and Control Arms:
04-01-03 05:25 AM - Post#144730    
    In response to

By DoctorLarry:
Performance Suspension Technology (www.p-s-t.com) offers replacement severe
duty control arms. If you want to shell out about $650, then Master Power and Stainless
Steel Brakes (and PST) offer complete rear disc kits. You still need a 4 wheel disc master
cylinder (79 WS-6 Trans Am) and an adjustable proportioning valve (about $50 from Summitt),
but there are kits out there. The budget way is to find the calipers and brackets from a
77-79 RWD Cadillac Seville and use the 79 Trans Am rotors. That will cut your costs about
in half (around $200-250).There were two articles that covered this: one in Car Craft
(using the Cadillac parts) and one in Chevy High Performance's top 50 tech articles.
Those used to be on their web site. The basic suspension platform is the same as the 77-90
Caprices, so springs, shocks, sway bars, etc will swap. RWD 9C1 (police) Caprices had rear
discs but they have a 5X5" bolt circle for the wheels.

By 77chevy:
front(tubular) control arms found a pair from fatman (73-77 CHEVELLE,MONTE CARLO 359.00)
http://www.fatmanfab.com/fm-18.htm

By Mike:
http://www.baer.com/ has cross drilled rotors etc., not sure about calipers.



By 74lagunaS3:
Baer had up to the 6 piston Alcon 13" rotor system or greater for our cars.
Including 12" rotor drop spindle setups.

The new system with the PBR 2 piston calipers that fit on 15" rims is a nice upgrade
without swapping spindles.

Full Catalog

I have the PDF files for the catalog's still but they are not on my site anymore. Baer apparently does not have these on their site anymore. Anyone that wants copies or wants links again please send me a PM (74LagunaS3)



 
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Re: G-3 Forum FAQ's
05-01-03 09:05 AM - Post#144731    
    In response to

by elkypete:

If you talking about changing the U-Joints on a car/Truck that is a piece of cake. Remove the clamps at the rear of the drive shaft, on the 73~77 models that is a 7/16th open end box end. There are 4 nuts. Slide the shaft our of the back of the tranny and for our cars, most if they have never been replaced have a Nylon seal. You heat the caps up with a torch until the nylon shoots out of the holes, when you do it you'll know what I mean, if you don't already. You can use a socket on the first one. Prop the shaft on something have the U-Joint facing vertical. Using the socket that just fits inside the cap, it is about 1" around, knock out the bottom cap by hammering the socket into the cap recess. Turn the shaft over and nock out the other cap and remove the U-Joint. All auto supplies sell the U-Joints. Put one cap back on and nock it in a little set the actual universal back into the cap where the needle bearing will not fall out and finish knocking it in with a hammer. Set the other cap on the other side and nock it back on. It doesn't really take a lot of hammering.

Do the other bearing / Joint and reinstall the drive shaft. It takes about 45 minutes or for a newbie it could take about an hour and a half.

Is that what you wanted to know? All drive shafts I have seen fit in the same way. The new caps will have retainers on them either inside retainers or outside retainers that hold the caps in place. They are inserted during assembly. If they have already been changed once then you don't need the torch.


For older cars the Yoke at the tranny gets loose and will cause vibration. Additionally the wear on the rear end gears also cause some additional play that will also create vibration. If you are so inclined you can purchase a New Yoke to remove that issue. If the shaft is still loose then your rear end is worn badly and could use a fixing up. U-Joints are not loose. The caps will fit very tight if they don't then the ones you got were too small. The new Universal that you get is a perfect fit in the caps so there will be no play. I also suggest that you buy the type that can be greased. They seel the type that can and some that can't. The ones that can't be greased generally come with a life time warrenty. However that does you no good when you are sitting on the side of the highway looking through the hole the drive shaft poked through it! or wondering how far away the nearest phone is.


by 74LagunaS3:
The place where you can go wrong is two ways. The replacment U joint may be different mass than the original, also you need to perfectly center the joint in the yoke. Also over the years the shaft gets rusty and can get dented or warped over time. Add a healthy big block this can get more likley.

Another potential problem is when using a Overdrive trans and steep rear gears, the driveshaft ends up spinning faster than the engine. This can cause excessive vibration. By balancing the shaft, this can improve the drivtrain harmonics. Pinon angle, motor trans mounts and trailing arm bushings also factor in this as well.




 
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Re: G-3 Forum FAQ's
05-05-03 08:41 PM - Post#144732    
    In response to 77chevy

Wiring harnesses courtesy of 67SS427: www.factoryfit.com

CAUTION: some stuff, not all.



 
Anonymous 

Re: G-3 Forum FAQ's
12-15-03 06:29 AM - Post#144733    
    In response to

I had been looking for this article series on the GM goodwrench 350 engine. All these tricks can be used on other small blocks, and if you have a used 350 you can get similar power numbers compared to the goodrwrench 350.

Remember the Goodwrench 350 is essentially a LM-1 350 which is the same heads, pistons, cam as the 73-77 stock 350's

Here's the link http://www.73-87.com/chp/chp.htm



 
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Re: G-3 Forum FAQ's
06-30-05 01:07 PM - Post#144734    
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I was thinking about buying this 1974 Chevelle, its a 350 two door. And I was curious if anyone knew any flaws in the year or any particular questions I should ask the seller about the vehicle that would have a significant effect on the performance? o ya and can anyone explain the difference between a laguna and a malibu?



 
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Re: G-3 Forum FAQ's
11-29-05 11:48 AM - Post#144735    
    In response to Walt02

parts:
http://www.dixiemontecarlodepot.com/73-77malibu_catalog.html



 
74LagunaS3 
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Re: G-3 Forum FAQ's
06-18-06 03:31 AM - Post#144736    
    In response to Dorian

New links in front


74 Laguna S3 Project

2004 Merc Marauder driver


 
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06-07-07 04:21 PM - Post#1181337    
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Are we allowed to post videos of our cars?



 
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06-08-07 06:36 AM - Post#1181693    
    In response to 74MonteCarlo

Sure, been done before. Bring em on!!


74 Laguna S3 Project

2004 Merc Marauder driver


 
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05-05-08 05:38 PM - Post#1426891    
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P-s-t.com

They seem to have a lot of suspension parts for our cars

Ed

http://www.cardomain.com/ride/3058284


Edited by 1977Classic on 05-05-08 05:38 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
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05-21-08 11:27 AM - Post#1438096    
    In response to 1977Classic

Here is another place I found...

They have reproduction parking lights and lenses for 73-77 Malubus and El Caminos and reproduction washer fluid jugs..(I need one of those!!)

http://www.elcaminomanufacturing.com/73-77parts.ht...


77 Malibu Classic Coupe
08 Chevy Silverado Crew Cab Z-71 4x4
www.youtube.com/user/todd77malibu


Edited by todd77malibu on 05-21-08 11:28 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
jb2wheeler 
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05-21-08 02:13 PM - Post#1438218    
    In response to todd77malibu

  • todd77malibu Said:
Here is another place I found...

They have reproduction parking lights and lenses for 73-77 Malubus and El Caminos and reproduction washer fluid jugs..(I need one of those!!)

http://www.elcaminomanufacturing.com/73-77parts.ht...



They only sell wholesale. They tell you where to go for their products retail. JB

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todd77malibu 
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05-21-08 02:15 PM - Post#1438220    
    In response to jb2wheeler

woops....sorry about that....

77 Malibu Classic Coupe
08 Chevy Silverado Crew Cab Z-71 4x4
www.youtube.com/user/todd77malibu


 
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