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Old 07-31-2010, 09:40 AM   #1
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Nice looking photos

Going to be a resto?
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It's definitely a restorer. Sorry if I had duplicate posts or photos as I've been having a crazy morning and my mind is in several places at once. Hope y'all like them and I'll have more coming soon
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looks like a great candidate for a resto
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Old 07-31-2010, 10:38 AM   #7
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Looks pretty clean! So what are your plans?
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The plan is to keep it mostly factory seeing as 99% of it is original. Eagle rotating assembly and voodoo camshaft and a few suspension mods are what we are planning on doing. The interior has been redone but leaky seals molded the carpet but we're going to clean and reuse it.
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Old 07-31-2010, 12:37 PM   #9
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you get all that dust off it and the interior it will probably clean up really nice with little effort, the engine bay and other components will be a little toupher to refresh
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Looks like a clean car!

Some bumpers, clean up, and paint, your good.

So is it locked up or running? I seen where you mentioned some internals.
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It runs most definitely. Changed the oil Sunday and I'm going to bleed the brakes change the coolant water pump belts and hoses this Friday. Water pump bearing is shot and you can hear it. The Eagle assembly is going to happen when we pull the engine some.day in the future.
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Old 08-03-2010, 10:29 AM   #13
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It runs most definitely. Changed the oil Sunday and I'm going to bleed the brakes change the coolant water pump belts and hoses this Friday. Water pump bearing is shot and you can hear it. The Eagle assembly is going to happen when we pull the engine some.day in the future.
Yea as long as she ran good. I'd roll it.
Good Luck!
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Wow are you bringing back some memories of last November. I picked up my 76 in similar condition, trailered it from Alabama back to South Florida. Looks like the bare bones are good, she just needs alot of TLC. If you have the time, patience and funds you can really make her into something great and have alot of pride in your work when it's all done.

Good Luck

P.S. Have fun with the lower radiator hose, it's tons of fun
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Wow are you bringing back some memories of last November. I picked up my 76 in similar condition, trailered it from Alabama back to South Florida. Looks like the bare bones are good, she just needs alot of TLC. If you have the time, patience and funds you can really make her into something great and have alot of pride in your work when it's all done.

Good Luck

P.S. Have fun with the lower radiator hose, it's tons of fun
I put one on my 72 and I've pulled the radiator a couple times so it takes me about 10 minutes to R&R it. The brakes are going to be the real fun
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