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RE: CORRECT 4 SPEED


ahhhhh...pictures!
did i post this pic yet carl 2?
this is a '66 bisc/belair floor.
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THATS IT    YOU ARE THE GREATEST!! biggrin  I dont care, if your Pontiac says belair.... You are the man!   thanks thanks   I have asked for this on,  other big car sites, and Never had a reply   . have you got those brakes off yet? confused

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going to wait for the warm weather to do my discs. they're all blasted with a coat of paint, will finish paint them when i can hang them in the yard/sun.
us poor chevrolet guys don't have heated garages. tears.gif
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Yea! it is warm on the porch..  -- I mean in the garage  biggrinbiggrinbiggrinbiggrinbiggrinbiggrinbiggrinbiggrin

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427carl wrote:

Dave -69belair  sent me a photo of hump panel sitting on humpbiggrin.. Does anyone have photos of bare floor with hump panel installed... Sitting in place,there is a gap behind panel.. is it cut out large behind it and hammered together, or is it just welded,screwed on and a space left behind it..confused



Any news on the floor?     the bracket is welded in..  need to find ,the darn felt washer, its in garage somewhere,  painted fork and dust cover..got shifter out to install   played with dog   ....


-- Edited by 427carl at 20:32, 2008-02-11

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.....ohhh...what the.......BAD DOG!!!

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427carl wrote:

Dave sent picture of correct shifter and boot, in a bench seat car.. I am attaching two pictures of red  L72 car on e-bay..   notice the difference, in the red cars shifter..  looks sunk down in cOmparison???



-- Edited by 427carl at 16:47, 2008-02-11

-- Edited by 427carl at 16:48, 2008-02-11

        Do you see the difference!   both guys would say they were right?



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-- Edited by 69 belair at 22:22, 2008-02-11

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look at first post on page  with PICTURES

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Let me know if you need the felt washer (for the Z bar I assume you mean) as I have some new ones at work.



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almost looks like the red carpet is not fitting the trans tunnel?? too much underpadding?? blue carpet pic looks correct.

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Years ago I was in a 4 speed bench seat 66 Impala pulling the radio, and I am pretty sure it was not sunk in like the red one.

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69 belair wrote:

almost looks like the red carpet is not fitting the trans tunnel?? too much underpadding?? blue carpet pic looks correct.



        i agree   I like the blue carpet setup   thats what i'll aim for...



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MUNCIE 4 SPEED


I still dont have proper 700.00 NOS shifter boot   how about one out of Jimmy/Blazer?  you know, the leather one idea

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