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  1. The rubber fuel line is factory stock.
  2. Welcome to the 1960 Buick Universe
  3. I've been plagued by this issue with two cars now, and have not figured it out. It only seems to be an issue when I am turning left...for the most part. The car will nose over like it's either running out of fuel, or fuel is dumping into the carb and choking the engine. Has anyone experienced this?
  4. From what I remember, the engine will need to be raised a touch so it will clear the crank. Also the starter needs to come down. Possibly exhaust crossover if it is a single pipe. I can't remember, but the very worst you'd have to do with the steering linkage is disconnect the idler from the frame. It never hurts to do the job.
  5. All else equal, the drums are what I would look at. Maybe a fresh turn to make the surfaces the same.
  6. Cool, thanks for the heads up. I have a feeling these are a pretty universal item.
  7. I am looking for the section of quarter panel at/below the body line on a 67 Electra. I believe a 68 is the same. This is for a convertible, but the coupe is the same in this area. Any leads are appreciated. NOS quarters, sections cut out from parts cars, etc...anything will help.
  8. Yummy!
  9. They sell fast if they are priced to move!
  10. I'm relaying this for a friend who is having problems posting....
  11. Looks great, Kevin! The color is awesome.
  12. Very very nice..
  13. The difference between now and factory, is that the factory didn't have reproduction parts that only fit "good enough."
  14. Love it. My wife has a 2012 Regal GS with the little 2.0 turbo engine and a 6 speed manual trans. It really is a fun car to drive.
  15. That is an Oldsmobile engine bay for sure. Looks like late 60's