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  1. 1970 Convertible Restoration

    Got my Vintage Air setup, decided to install the underdash stuff so I can judge the amount of room left for my wiring and stuff. Really good instructions and first class hardware. The pictures show the box sitting on the bench, the box installed under the dash, and then a view from the firewall side. I also started my fuse and wire tabulation. I do this so I can keep track of what fuses I intend to use for each item, and then will create a wire list to make sure I hook it up right...! Pics of the fuse box, and then the start of my fuse/load list that I create in Excel. Since the new fusebox has so many extra fuses, you can see how I am matching my new electrical boxes to the fuses.
  2. Rear mounted antenna location

    GT350.... thanks for the pictures. I will use them to scale off dimensions before I drill any holes.....! I am headed to large car show this weekend (Good Guys in Charlotte), and will keep my eye out for any I can get actual measurements from.
  3. New steering wheel opinions

    For my '68 coupe, I wanted a smaller wheel, so went with a vintage 13" MG wheel using the hub/adaptor from my Moto-Lita 14" wheel, and the center emblem. For my 1970 Convertible I am going with Billet Specialties.
  4. Tires and wheel photos

    JET445....what color is your car? I really like the color!
  5. Mike65's 69 Coupe build

    Nice work...will be very cool when done....
  6. Rear mounted antenna location

    69Shelby....do you have a picture from the top side? That would be helpful. Thanks...
  7. c6 transmission cooling lines

    I have some diagrams/drawings I can find, so I can send them along tomorrow. I am also getting ready to do this, so I will follow the post to see if there are any pics from the others. Also, the vacuum modulator line routing would be helpful...
  8. Looking for location/dimensions for rear mounted antenna for my 1970 convertible. Want to do the Shelby style mount on the drivers side. Any suggestions, tips, ideas appreciated
  9. Is this raceway still going

    I have an Englishtown "Raceway Park" sticker on my '68. Yours is very cool
  10. '70 Grabber Orange Mach 1 Resto

    Pictures don't do it justice. The car is extraordinary.
  11. 1970 Convertible Restoration

    I suggest going directly to AAW, they are very helpful.
  12. 1970 Convertible Restoration

    I think it was in another bag. I finally opened up all the bags and laid out the instructions and the parts on a big table and segregated them. Some of them were not where I expected.
  13. 1970 Convertible Restoration

    Posting some pictures for Mike65, as he and I are doing the AAW upgrade at the same time.
  14. Mike65's 69 Coupe build

    Hi Mike. Good luck with the AAW install. I am a couple weeks ahead of you, so you can check out my pictures on my Convertible page. As far a the wire loom goes, I use the convoluted loom like the one you posted on my 1968 coupe build. For my convertible, I have decided to use a braided split loom. It is just easier to work with and a lot more flexible. There are a lot of places to get this stuff, but I have provided one site below you can check out. I also like the way it looks. http://www.cabletiesandmore.com/automotive-sleeving-categories.php
  15. AFR 165 or Performer RPM for 351W

    I have a 393 stroker and used Performer RPM heads with the small valves to avoid having to notch the pistons. I also kept my valve train lift below 0.500. I echo the caution about the early Windsor Blocks that 1969_Mach1 pointed out. I have a 1969 block and needed to have my piston tops modified to account for the shorter deck height.
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