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As you all know locating any parts for these early Chevy's is tough, the goal of this forum is to bring the restorers, lowriders, street & rat rodders together.
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August 19, 2014, 11:08:15 PM by 32chevy vett
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A few Chevys from Alltimers show monday. This is a great show.The black one is for you Tom.
August 17, 2014, 09:40:43 PM by EDNY
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I'm thinking the center to center distance of SBC frames mounts might vary depending on motor (block) mount designs. Just pulled the 305 out of my sons 37 sedan and need to redo them. They are at slightly different heights . The 305 had really thick motor mounts bolted to the block, I want to use the thinner style on the new engine that will lower it.
Whoever hog'd in the mounts used a spacer on the passenger side to move the mount inward. If I use the shorter mounts, the spacer shouldn't be needed.
I do have an empty SBC mock-up block and empty 700R4 for driveline setup. Just wondering if there might be a reference site with "eye to eye" measurements for the different thickness motor mounts?
August 15, 2014, 08:03:24 PM by EDNY
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Just popped the 305 engine out of my sons 37 Chevy. The drive line was just sitting in there ...wrong driveline angle etc.
Anyway the Powerglide was attached to a 1985 305 engine...before I get rid of them would like to ID the tranny , year, application etc. What is the location for any suffix codes on the 2 speed trans? It has the longer tail shaft (14.25) like used on the vettes...just want to understand what I have before getting rid of it.
August 15, 2014, 07:12:40 PM by woodremover
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I am looking for garnish mouldings for a 4 door . only need the door mouldings
thanks in advance joe mac
August 13, 2014, 01:33:34 PM by chopper526
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Here's a couple quick questions for you guys who have gotten as far as interior work. I made panels out of 1/8" luan and want to cover them in foam-backed black vinyl. What's a good foam thickness? I see 1/8", 3/16" and 1/4. I don't want the padding to be too think or look too plush. Also, has anyone used a non-commercial sewing machine to stitch up their upholstery with any success? Thanks.
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