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John C

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    1963 R4583

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  1. Thanks to everyone for your thoughts on the subject. Perhaps I should have added a little more information in the beginning. The car Is a 63 and it has a 7/8 inch sway bar on the front and a stock 5/8 inch bar on the rear. From the input I have seen I think I will install a heavier rear bar and possibly some performance shocks before I go to the quick steer arms. Does anyone know who can supply the heavier rear sway bars? Thanks John C.
  2. Hello all, I am considering installing the quick steer arms on my Avanti. It currently has stock power steering and I think it feels a little over compensated. My question is are the quick arms shorter than stock and if so about how much? I'm sure many others have installed them, could you tell me your thoughts on how it affects the steering. Thanks for
  3. If memory serves me well the working time was longer than stated on the product, and that was a plus. Be sure to get any glaze off of the glass, keep it clean and I think you will be very happy. Good luck with your project, John C.
  4. I used Evercoat In 1984 on my 62 Vette. I glued the lower nose on, a few bonding strips and repairs. I still drive the car regularly it has lacquer paint and no cracks or issues of any kind. Highly recommended. John C.
  5. Good advice, I just replaced all of mine in that neighborhood last fall. I was installing an electric booster pump and the old ones did not look well.
  6. Maybe we all learned a little something, self included!
  7. 3721sa afb 63 Corvette ,Plug 1 vent in the rear of the air horn and bolt it on. There are not 4 vent holes in the top. Take a look. John C.
  8. Hi Folks, I am in need of a 3588s carb base and an R2 air filter housing. The base I have has been destroyed by electrolysis and the breather is long gone on this car. I am a serious buyer if anyone has a lead on these parts. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, John C.
  9. I just wanted to compliment you on the beautiful work Ingenuity. Thanks for taking the time to share it with everyone. And I do love those wheels! Thanks again, John C.
  10. Hi BillyBob, This is John C and I am very technically challenged I have 21 photos to send but I haven't been able to get them on the forum. I will leave my email address in the PM section and if you email me I'll send them to you.
  11. Hello Ted , When you get a chance check your private messages I have sent you one. Thanks, John C.
  12. If you are interested in selling this car please call me at 812 229 5915. Thanks, John C.
  13. Rons description agrees with the set up in my 63. A couple of things I might add. The fuse for mine is tucked up on the drivers side of the console where it meets the dash and the thermostat (left knob) also cycles the compressor clutch to adjust temperature while the fan runs continuously. John C.
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