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  1. Ford called their Police car engine Intercepter.
  2. That certainly sounds like the NYS DMV. I have had different clerks in the same DMV do that.
  3. Mr Psevins the original poster has a 55 Buick Super.
  4. I looked this up in a 66 Hollander. It says the 56 trans with it's Ujoint fits 55 Special and Century only. But I have found that different year Hollander interchanges vary and are often expanded or limited from issue to issue.
  5. Only 55 Roadmaster and Super use the same transmission. Hollander #478. No other year or model is a direct fit. They also say 53 Roadmaster and Super Dynaflow #369 can be installed by adapting rear support. They don't show further interchange for a complete transmission. They don't say how much work it is to adapt the rear support. Maybe this will help.
  6. Are the bolt holes dead end into the block? Or do they go through to where the oil is? If they go through the oil is traveling down the threads and you could coat the bolt threads with Permetex or Indian head or something like that.
  7. Can you take the title and register it in California? Then drive it across. This doesn't take into consideration any Corona virus restrictions at the border.
  8. I don't think 92s came with Dexcool. You don't want to put Dexcool into a car not originally equipped with it. There should be Dexcool stickers under the hood if the car originally came with it. I think the first year for it was 1995.
  9. I would probably hook up a known good mechanical gauge directly to the engine. Then see if it really is fluctuating.
  10. The Hollander Manual says fuel tank 49 Buick series 50 and 70 only , no further interchange. No other years fit and Buick Special is different.
  11. If you could find a 59 Ford with 332 V8 standard, you would be all set. Finding all the parts one by one would be costly and time consuming. A standard trans conversion like this a lot of work.
  12. The NY plates on the bewitched chevies are fake movie plates. NY didn't use plate numbers like those.
  13. Is it a pillarless hardtop or a sedan?
  14. According to Hollander,64 Buick heater core without AC ,Electra and Wildcat only. GM # 3000366 Hollander interchange # 58. No further interchanges. You can probably get your assembly recored at a radiator shop.
  15. The NY registration you need will say transferable on the front. The back will have two signature lines. One for the seller and one for the buyer. The registration half with transferable on it is the only ownership document NY gives you on a 72 or older vehicle. The other half is the registration window sticker .
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