62 Progress Again

Discussion in 'The Stable' started by DonC, Nov 26, 2011.

  1. DonC

    DonC In Maximum Overdrive SILVER MEMBER

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    That's my tranny oil cooler, couldn't find any room for it out front and wanted a fan for it so mounted it out back, actually not that far from the tranny. If you look at the picture on the underside you can see the lines on the drivers side, those are from the tranny. The lines themselves will help in cooling too. The ones on the right are for fuel supply and return.
     
  2. ribald1

    ribald1 Banned PLATINUM MEMBER

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    I have my fan assisted tranny cooler in the rear also, seeing the lines on the drivers side threw me off.
     
  3. Blanco

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    Strange place to run an oil cooler it seems to me?
    But I suppose it gives it a longer length to cool down?

    Love the way the rig looks & gives me lots of great ideas on how to spend money. :D

    Cant wait to see this done!
     
  4. As Is '66

    As Is '66 2 Wheeled Mod Staff Member

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    All this work pays off in the end!!!
    You got it Going ON!!!
    Lookin` Good!!!
     
  5. airford1

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    looks like trans and power steering cooler.

    I really like your transmission crossmenber.
     
  6. DonC

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    Some interior updates, still working on the center console.
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  7. Blanco

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    beautiful!
     
  8. DonC

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    Air:Fuel ratio meter added, pushbutton to select and zero meter. Reset and zero for air:fuel computer and led, and switch for economy and power mode table select for the fuel injection computer. AC controls at top, moved from the dash, now to fix that ugly hole I made in the dash for the ac controls. I didn't like the square in an other wise nice round dash.

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  9. 5.0 Chero

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    Try and find a donor dash to graft the otherside of the ashtray from I would fill the ashtray too if it were me.
     
  10. HuevosRanchero

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    good stuff indeed!
     
  11. DonC

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    Thanks, very good idea and a whole lot easier than trying to bend some metal in the same shape. Just not sure if there are any in my area. Will check though.
     
  12. parts4me

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    That's some awesome progress!
     
  13. Denny

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    Good work, Don! Where's the "Like" button?
     
  14. 71 Whitesale

    71 Whitesale In Fourth Gear

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    That console is looking cool!! I agree, I think I would fill the ash tray opening too!
     
  15. 74Rancherito

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    Great job.....just awesome...
     

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