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Old 09-28-2017, 05:10 PM
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Old 09-29-2017, 06:08 AM
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Odd. There should be videos loading in. Here are the direct links, then.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZr01i1PBpI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vfhn8eJ3uXU
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Old 09-29-2017, 05:50 PM
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She really sounds good. Now get those license and drive it.
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Sounds good. I am running full 3" from the headers back through Thrust mufflers and electric cut outs when needed to make a little more noise.
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JRC99 Check out my car thread on my 67

https://www.yenko.net/forum/showthread.php?t=139601
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She really sounds good. Now get those license and drive it.
I've got my license now, but I'm terrified of this car. Manual steering and manual drums does not go with 2017's version of an 18 year old. I need to get to an empty parking lot with it and just spend some time getting familiar with it.

Jp, I've seen your thread. Gorgeous '67! I *believe* this car had Thrush welded mufflers on it before hand, but with 2.25" pipe. It was too damned quiet!
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'68 Camaro SS (454, possible L78) LeMans Blue, black deluxe interior, black vinyl top. 3.73
'87 Grand National
'89 Mustang GT- Many mods.
None are stock.
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Ordered a steering wheel to replace that 90s Chevy truck wheel. Went for one that I know has been around since the 80s, since one is in Rick Dobbertin's old ProStreet Nova.
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'68 Camaro SS (454, possible L78) LeMans Blue, black deluxe interior, black vinyl top. 3.73
'87 Grand National
'89 Mustang GT- Many mods.
None are stock.
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With manual steering you're going to find that the truck wheel was a lot easier to grab hold of and turn rather than this smaller foam wheel you ordered. Perhaps you should rethink the wheel and get something easier to grab. Like a Cushion Grip GM wheel perhaps?
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I'm aware, but we had a '63 Fairlane with a very similar wheel, and manual steering, and it was fine.
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'67 Chevelle 396/325 (L78 heads), Gold (now Bolero Red), 4.56
'68 Camaro SS (454, possible L78) LeMans Blue, black deluxe interior, black vinyl top. 3.73
'87 Grand National
'89 Mustang GT- Many mods.
None are stock.
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Okay, it's harder to steer, but I can live with it. It looks great. Once the car gets rolling it'll be fine.
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'67 Chevelle 396/325 (L78 heads), Gold (now Bolero Red), 4.56
'68 Camaro SS (454, possible L78) LeMans Blue, black deluxe interior, black vinyl top. 3.73
'87 Grand National
'89 Mustang GT- Many mods.
None are stock.
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