Tygr1's '72 GT

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  1. Tygr1

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    Agreed.
     
  2. Tygr1

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    So I just got my Edelbrock 1406 on and running a little while ago. Car runs and starts much better now than with the Holley it came with.

    I may be a dumb-a$$, but where does the kickdown lever for the tranny go? Do I need an adapter of some sort from Edelbrock?
     
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  4. Mike

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    That's what I was referring to last Saturday in the other thread you created. The one I used was Edelbrock #1483:

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  5. Tygr1

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    Thanks Mike!!
     
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    PETEY you know DADS taking first place no worries there
     
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    whats new screwy rabbit ???
     
  8. Tygr1

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    I just bought this on Friday to replace my awful red tweed seat: 00v0v_6CxOdtKe0Jt_1200x900.jpg

    00v0v_6CxOdtKe0Jt_1200x900.jpg 00Y0Y_iFtkFFb2yYH_600x450.jpg
     
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  9. Steve 74gtQ

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    Looks good
     
  10. Tygr1

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    Oh, and I got my new black armrests installed today.
     
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  12. andrewok1

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    looking good BUGS
     
  13. Cindy

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    you go, Richard! (..but hey ya never know, someone might be hunting for those "awful" red seats...)
     
  14. Tygr1

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    Seat went in today:


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  15. Mike

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    Those seats look puffy and comfortable in that picture. The picture also makes it look like there isn't enough room to bring the seat back to allow your legs under the steering wheel? ;)
     
  16. handy_andy_cv64

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    No, it looks about right. But a big-thigh guy like myself would likely have the wheel riding on them....
     
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    I agree ANDY it looks kinda tight but ,maybe the photo angle
     
  18. handy_andy_cv64

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    True. If it has tilt, it wouldn't be a problem. Babe does, and that comes in handy for me.
     
  19. Tygr1

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    Finally got Bugs down off the jack stands. Steering system is almost ready to go. IMG_7464.jpg IMG_7465.jpg
     
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    Well, howdy, stranger! As sailors like to say, "No long 'see' time!" I'm loving the hood scoop!
     

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