Hey! I thought this was a post about film! Kodachrome is good stuff, probably the most stable direct positive process out there. I cataloged a bunch of slides for a friend that were processed between 1968 and 1970 a few years back. They were a mix of Kodachrome and E6. All the E6 stuff had faded but the colors on the Kodachrome were still vibrant!
Sorry Robert, didn’t mean to mislead anyone. The title for the post was taken from an early seventies album, ah, I mean CD by Paul Simon. No, no, I wasn’t around for it, I just read about it. But I gotta say, it was one far out album, uh, CD when played from my under dash 8-track… oh never mind.
I have started restoration of 67' convertible V8 for few months. Car is complete and most of the parts are OEM :smile2:. Problem is very common... rust. I have already disassembly all items and now waiting for body man to start changing steel parts. Before he want to do sandblasting and...
So I installed these new Grab a Track Springs a few years ago. I have new wheels and tires. Is it me or is the rear tire sitting to close to the front of the wheel housing? It is the same on both sides. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
More accurately, it wasn't the fusible link itself that melted - it was the connector that attaches it to the rest of the harness, which feeds the entire car.
This connector has always been a little loose - there was always a lot of wiggle room even with the connector housings snapped firmly...
Is it possible to mount the front grill from a '65 car onto a '66 mustang? I just like the honeycomb style a little better than the bricks... thoughts? Would it be possible if I switched out the hood latch to a '65 version?
Trying to get to first drive and I am now down to brakes. Right now car is on jack stands in the rear with an open diff, stock converter in the trans. When I put the car in gear at idle of course the passenger side wheel turns. I cannot get the wheels to stop with strong effort on the brake...