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7C16 date coded 1111168 distributor. kind of early for my car, but at least is the correct distributor.

 
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Damn nice work man. This is your car and you make no bones about what it is and isn't.. You want to put decals on you knock yourself out. If you do I'd recommend Mag Style wheel covers as well for " The Look " Thanks so much for showing us all these pictures


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Car looks great. Have you tried the headlight motor?
 
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CHRIS; LOOKING GOOD... You are doing an amazing job and it shows!
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Notice I left the NHRA sticker on the vent window. It was put there when the car was a drag car. Thought I would leave it on as a reminder of the car's history.....
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LOVE IT! I'm plannng to put back my H.S. & Univ. freshman parking decals on my car, for the same reason!

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edit 9/20/20: (1) adding link: (in ref. to Chris' reply below)
(2) Replicating this exchange to separate thread at link: to avoid hijacking Chris' story!

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David, I just applied power to it to see it move. I am waiting until my console is in before I apply power to the car, which will undoubtedly show me all the wiring mistakes I made.....

Charley, thanks, you are doing a great job as well. It's great that you have those decals to put back on your car.

-Chris
 
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Chris,

Your car is looking great!!!
 
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Today was the maiden voyage for my Black-nosed Blue Topper. I actually started the engine for the first time on Oct 3rd, but had some bugs to work out to make it roadworthy. Thank you all for your assistance and for having this forum, which without its content I do not think I would have gotten it right -Chris


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"If I can't fix it, I will fix it so no one can !"

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With top up

 
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Console finally restored and installed.

 
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For Mr Parr

 
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engine compartment. I have the hood insulation. the repo clips to hold it in sucks, so the search for better ones continues.....

 
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trunk detail shot.

 
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rear view

 
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front LH view

 
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Beautiful car...nice work!!!
 
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