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  • Birthday 03/29/1947

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  1. please try email again...my land line is down from recent storms in central texas...Thanks
  2. Jim & Ed --I just bought the SS carb plate for my rebuilt AFB...dumb question: does the felt gasket go on first-to the intake manifold- then the SS plate goes between the gasket and the carb base???? hadn't given this much thought until reading this thread...thanks Doug Hooks
  3. you guys are such a great source of information! Thanks so much!
  4. tenugent...sent you an email a day ago...might be in your junk mail file...Bulldog65
  5. where can I find just the motor/transmission/track assembly to put my '63 Riviera seat on? the power seat switch and wiring is already installed....but someone had replaced with a manual drivers seat...Thanks...
  6. John-looking over the list of parts...do put back just 2 of the dash control knobs for me-that's all I need-the smooth faced ones...thanks..Doug /Bulldog65
  7. Thanks---found the wire from the sending unit by the license plate- a brown wire--will trace it tomorrow to the flat wires and inspect from there! Sure hope it isn't the sending unit....lol
  8. Don...are you referring to the actual grounding strap from the fuel tank to the frame? I've already scraped/cleaned it and re-attached it...how on earth do I get to the sending unit ground wire without dropping the tank? I'll cut a hole in my trunk flooring-seems easier than dropping the tank-it is full of gas- It is so frustrating to not have the gas guage work! where does the actual sending unit wire run to the dash guage--I took up the carpeting-drivers side--don't see anything but the flat cable wires...Thanks so much for all you guy's help! Doug
  9. Thanks, ED...always wondered about the dual lines...am trying to figure out how to add more info to my user name like other guys on site...and how to upload fotos to my posts...!
  10. can somebody tell me why the '63,etc. Riv -A/C models use a dual line fuel filter-- why does it need a return line? what if you don't put the exact filter on an A/C car-just use a single line filter...probably an obvious answer--but ...Thanks...Doug in Texas
  11. In my humble opinion...the 1963 was or should be the most desirable because it was the first one produced--and the marque has been declared a 'collectible'...and I own a '63....disregard all the production numbers of later cars-the '63 was the Lewis & Clark of the brand--it set the trail for others to follow...and the exclusitivity of the limited special order production sales made Bill Mitchell very happy -so the green light to produce the '64 & '65 models....but like someone else said--the one you own now is the best--just drive and enjoy them!
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