Discussion in 'General Maverick/Comet' started by ptpdub, Feb 21, 2011.
Oh, I envisioned your car being fuel injected. Why carb?
Pulled old motor out and prepping the new roller motor with an f303, new rockers,electric water pump and throwing in a 2600 stall
How about some pictures?????????????????????
Got my FM Transmitter so I can listen to Pandora while driving.
a little welding and ordered a few more parts
tried 2 different fuel injection systems with no luck (was told from factory they had 'puter problems) so put the...Holley 670 S.A...that was on my 347 on it...
my test and tune was rained out again today so I straightened up the shop...
installed doors, chipped new paint, put on door locks,handles, painted inside doors..por-15 inside of fenders, put on tailights and quarter extensions..waiting for someone to come help me put on the hood and trunk..hopefully they get here soon, wont be putting on fenders right now as i need to change the springs in the heads because the machine shop screwed uppppppppp. worst machine shop ever..nothing but issues.
my bumpers need new chrome and i cant do it right now..how many cans of plasti-dip to do them? 1 each bumper?
Block sanding and more block sanding. Found some dings and low spots. Also scratched the new paint in one of the jambs trying to align the door... No bueno. Seems like too much work for a daily driver
nothing today but tomorrow Im going to take it to get an estimate on the body and paint work and Ill pay some more money towards my stroker build
First time i've uncovered it since October...Get the on-board fire system installed as well as the Kirkey race seats and camloc safety harnesses
And when we met the first time you car...........other than a few dents looked like a great daily driver mostly the way it was. Now you've turned the corner into a fancy daily driver.......................can't wait to see what it looks like................how about some pictures!!!!!!!
got to road test the carb. rebuild...
Here you go... More blocking. Should be ok for a 20 footer.
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