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Started by 41husk, January 14, 2010, 12:39:30 PM
Quote from: 41husk on April 06, 2010, 01:43:09 PMIt is in my friends barn in Dupo IL. We had spring break last week I left Illinois Friday the 3/26. We went to my sisster in laws in Prospect Ky and spent the night. We left Saturday Morning for Portsmouth VA. to visit my brother for a couple of days. Headed for Charlotte Monday morning and loaded the mini van on the hauler and headed back for home. Spent the night outside of Johnson City TN, and got home Tuesday afternoon. I had wrestling practice at the high school Wednesday night and left at 6am Thursday to pick up the Daytona. We arived at my cousins house in Oklahoma Thursday night. We spent two nights with him but drove the 1/2 hour to Arkansas to see the Daytona every day. (Larry would probably have been done faster if we had not kept dropping by to see it) Saturday morning we picked the car up at Larry's and headed home. 10 states in a week Illinois,Indiana,Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Missouri, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. I am glad to back at work so I can rest We decided to use the pick up and trailor to get the Daytona and saved about $200 in gas. I plan on taking the hauler to Branson in June.
Quote from: 41husk on April 07, 2010, 12:34:14 PMYes I did but I have not yet had them developed. My wife took a couple with he and I standing in front of the truck. He was an amazingly nice guy. I hope to meet up with him again some time.
Quote from: 41husk on April 10, 2010, 02:59:48 PMI have one comming in Monday with my power steering pump. I couldn't wait though! I did a little creative wiring and bypassed the steering colum, just until the switch comes in. I also had to change the brake switch Now I have brake lights but if I use my turn signal both left and right flash like I turned on the flashers. I also need a nuetral start switch but it is comming along and turns heads every were. I drove around for about 3 hours yesterday. I plan to wash and wax her and cruize some more. The tranny seems to shift a bit hard but maybe thats just compared to my other cars?? All I know is I'm lovin it!
Quote from: hotrod98 on April 10, 2010, 09:12:53 AMI usually keep a couple of each in the cabinet but I didn't have one right when I needed one the most. I bought one for a 69 back from somewhere last year and it was total junk. How do I go about getting a couple of the good pre 70 switches?
Quote from: 41husk on April 07, 2010, 08:06:36 AMIt really ran great. I have a few issues the speedometer and odometer do not work. Luckily I have a GPS that I used as a speedometer, but I doubt the original miles advertised of 52,000 is correct There were a couple scary times in the mountains going up hill, my speed dropped below 45 mph and I was wondering when I was going to start rolling down hill The Mechanicall fuel pump went out just outside of Illinois. Fortunately it is equipped with an electric pump on both tanks. I used over $300 in gas getting it home, and it is much bigger than I thought.
Quote from: 472 R/T SE on April 10, 2010, 07:11:54 PMQuote from: hotrod98 on April 10, 2010, 09:12:53 AMI usually keep a couple of each in the cabinet but I didn't have one right when I needed one the most. I bought one for a 69 back from somewhere last year and it was total junk. How do I go about getting a couple of the good pre 70 switches?Only way to get the good ones is NOS I'm afraid.The new switches are a repop of the '72 C body switch with cornering lights, the extra connector is for the cornering lights and are not used on A, B and E body's, you can let it hang or just cut it offOriginally 70-74 all had different part numbers. When they had them repo'd they picked the late '72 C & B body switches as they were the superseded numbers for 70-72 models. The flasher switch black button needs to be trimmed to fit the column. I was looking at a couple old ones as well as the reproduction wondering if there would be a market for the original black button switch?
Quote from: hotrod98 on April 20, 2010, 09:32:14 PMHave you tried loading the Daytona onto the hauler yet?
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