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Old 03-12-2024, 02:51 PM
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Well Scratch my earlier question on this. Just as an update. I decided it would compliment the L89 to go with a set of 4.56 grears when i get to assembling the rear end. Managed to find a real nice guy on facebook that sent me a carrier that had some damage in the pinion shaft area. Sent me a second housing.

Its nice to see some folks out there have some high levels of integrety in spite of what you see in the news or online.
Great restoration!!!

This car will be perfect for PSMCDR!!! Have you considered bringing it out to race? (More fun than a basket full of puppies)

What trans did this 300 have new? What trans are you installing?

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Great restoration!!!

This car will be perfect for PSMCDR!!! Have you considered bringing it out to race? (More fun than a basket full of puppies)

What trans did this 300 have new? What trans are you installing?

Ryan W31
Thankyou. I have cars I drive and I have cars I dont. After you spend about 3 years and 1500 plus hours on a restoration like this Im not able to bring myself to even take it down the road. As i work through this particular car its just so clean, it just reinforces the idea of not even risking a rock chip.

Im not sure what the car had for original transmission but kinda assumed it was an M20. When I went digging into my parts I found a very complete orignal Jan date 69 M21, so thats what its getting along with everything else.
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Old 03-13-2024, 01:47 AM
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Thankyou. I have cars I drive and I have cars I dont. After you spend about 3 years and 1500 plus hours on a restoration like this Im not able to bring myself to even take it down the road. As i work through this particular car its just so clean, it just reinforces the idea of not even risking a rock chip.

Im not sure what the car had for original transmission but kinda assumed it was an M20. When I went digging into my parts I found a very complete orignal Jan date 69 M21, so thats what its getting along with everything else.
I get it.

L89, M21, 4.56 perfect combo!!!

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