kegart

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About kegart

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  • Location:
    CLIO MICHIGAN
  • Interests:
    1963 Buick Riviera
    1961 Chevrolet step side pickup

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  1. Looks good. I noticed your fan shroud is like mine. Don't see many like that.
  2. I have one '63 wire hubcap that has a emblem like the one pictured on the right. The spinner is held on with 3 screws. What I thought was odd is the spokes were aluminum not stainless.
  3. It's a test to see who reads the label.
  4. Well said Winston. I added oil pressure and water temp gauges and made sure the lights still work.
  5. Bob, I have been following your progress on your '63. When I get to Gettysburg I will look for the red Riviera with frosted windows. Kevin
  6. I just changed the rubber line on my '63. I used a 1/4" drive ratchet and socket to loosen the clamp. You can loosen the screw on the clamp enough to get the hose out. Like Ed said, don't take the screw all the way out.
  7. I saw your boat tail at Overland Park. What a great car. How many Rivieria's do you have?
  8. The gears are easy to change. Just make sure you test them before you put the door skin back on. I had to loosen the screws holding the case together because I had a little bind on the motor.
  9. You can't swap left to right, right to left. The teeth are cut so when you are at the end of travel on the gear the vent window is in the closed position.
  10. The gears are made left and right, the teeth are not cut all the way around .
  11. I think the next thing to fail is going to be the pole because of too much weight.
  12. I use cotton balls soaked with pepermint oil to keep mice out of the car. In the spring the peppermint smell goes away. The mothball smell never goes away.