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studegary

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  1. Good answer. 1990s did have cup holders in the rear (in the fold down trays). I didn't remember about the front.
  2. Probably. Does it list option 331?
  3. Nice ElCamino. Other than the wheels, it looks like one a local funeral home used for a flower car.
  4. There is a Chrysler motor that interchanges with a rear quarter window motor on a later convertible.
  5. Note that my response was at the same time as the previous response. We both had the same correct answer at the same time.
  6. I think that this is false. The Chrysler motor that interchanges is not for the door.
  7. Is this the same one that was for sale multiple times in a Pepto-Bismol color? Or were there two built on a Leaf chassis? IMO, this color is much more saleable.
  8. Is this the same one that was for sale multiple times in a Pepto-Bismol color? Or were there two built on a Leaf chassis? IMO, this color is much more saleable.
  9. Since my guesstimate was about half way between two of your choices, I will now say 3) 20.
  10. I believe that you have a "custom" set up using an automatic transmission brake pedal in a standard shift car.
  11. I would think that it would weigh about 23 pounds less, so I will say 4) 25.
  12. Are we looking from the front/input side of the differential or the rear cover side?
  13. But will not pass inspection in some/many states. Having been in several rear end collisions, I would want them.
  14. My memory is a little fuzzy on this, but instead of looking into it, I will say 2) Chrysler.
  15. I will say 2) Five.
  16. A 2004 is 295 HP (base engine), so I will say 275 HP.
  17. I have lifted them with beams through the window openings. For a frame to support the body, how about using the body to frame mount points?
  18. As a direct answer to your question - I do not know, but someone probably does. Why do you want/need this? I have owned several Avantis and worked on many more and never had a need for this.
  19. SI's catalog lists them for '73 - '89 Avanti, except convertible.
  20. Not too small - A nephew of mine just turned 64 years old a couple of weeks ago. I thought Studebaker already had that system. Perhaps just a new cable or way to do it. AhHa - It was a cable from the starter rather than the ignition switch. There was already 12 volts at cranking.
  21. I guess that I am a triple uncle - a niece and two nephews, and also do not know the answer nor have the time to look into it.
  22. A ways from the last 1979 Avanti II.
  23. I do not know the individual. It sounds like a "fishy" deal, but may not be. If they give you a complete cash payment, I would release the car to them. Other than cash, they would have to wait until the funds cleared. There are even a lot of phony "certified checks" floating around. Just plain refuse any where they want some "overpayment" returned to them.
  24. The original poster, John C, lists a 1963, not 1983, Avanti in his profile, so I assumed that is the Avanti that he is referring to.
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